Get to know Magento Master Alessandro Ronchi, COO at Bitbull
In the field of e-commerce, one of the most vital factors for the business is how the user interacts with the website. If the king is content, then the queen is usability. The website should be designed for the user’s needs in the first place. That’s why every business owner should make sure, that the tendency of the client-oriented approach is followed. The client wants to have a possibility to feel admiration, to think slow and do fast. If you want to generate income in your business – figure out how to achieve unique advantages over the competitors. To know how to do this right, we need to understand how the customer thinks and acts. If you are a product owner or a founder, who’s in charge of successful client interaction, let’s consider some topics and features to think about improvements of your website. Check the questions after each point to ask yourself and create a roadmap for improvement in the nearest future.
Get to know Magento Master Andreas von Studnitz, Co-Founder at integer_net
Ten years ago I stumbled across a small indie game named VVVVVV — its aesthetic mimicked a game from the mid-80s on an early personal computer but its game play fully explored a simple game mechanic using everything “we” know about modern game design. Even in 2010 I didn’t really play games much but I played the heck out of this one. Also, at the time, I remember being slightly amused that despite the game’s floppy disk era art-direction the game itself would have taken a giant pile of floppy disks to deliver. This makes sense — games were small […]
Shoppable content has been around for centuries, starting with booksellers that published catalogs a few decades after the invention of the printing press more than 500 years ago. Since then, marketers have steadily adopted the latest technologies to mix content and commerce, turning audiences into shoppers. Read more.
We run a small business with a small IT budget (i.e. zero) and I am migrating a Magento 1.x ecommerce website to Magento 2 – which is no mean feat!
It is now January 2020, in my last post from June 2019 I had just about completed the import of approximately 5000 products using my own migration scripts to help me export skeleton product data from Magento 1 into Magento 2 and then synchronise the full product data.
I had expected this project to take at least 6 months, it’s now 7 months later and I am still not finished! So what happened in the last 6 months?
Firstly I was extremely busy and unfortunately could not allocate 100% of my time (or even 50% sometimes) to the project, over the…
I am Migrating Magento 1.9 to 2.3 – yikes!
I wasn’t able to use the Magento 2 migration tool for products so one of the tasks on my TO DO list was product review migration. Looking around for (free) solutions the only stuff I came across was no longer free or didn’t work. $100 to import 500 reviews – I don’t think so.
If you are looking to do something similar here is a quick copy and paste of the php code I used for the Magento 1 export, and the Magento 2 import.
I am assuming you can plug this into your existing Magento php cli tools which already bootstrap the corresponding Magento1 or 2 core classes. For Magento 1 I first took a full product collection and parsed each product for review data. All the data is saved to a tab seperated CSV file which is then used for the Magento 2 product review import.…
Get to know Magento Master TJ Gamble, CEO & Founder at Jamersan
Get to know Magento Master Riccardo Tempesta, CTO at MageSpecialist
Get to know Magento Master Guido Jansen, Senior Digital Consultant & Customer Experience Optimization Specialist at Vaimo
Get to know Magento Master Vijay Golani, VP of Development and Magento U Trainer at Wagento
Get to know Magento Master Rebecca Brocton, Lead eCommerce Specialist at Jaguar Land Rover
Here are six common signs that indicate a business should revisit its current operational workflows and evaluate how leveraging a lightweight product information management solution (built with the power and performance demands of large-scale enterprises) can help them scale and grow. Read more.
Get to know Magento Master Joseph Maxwell, CEO at SwiftOtter, Inc.
Today we a proud to release a brand new version of the CLI tool. This is the biggest release since years. We added new commands, refactored the complete code base, upgraded components, merged PR with bug fixes and improvements.
Please read carefully this blog post before you decide to upgrade. The new release is a Major Break. That’s why the major version number was increased.New Features Webapi Integration Commands
Four new handy commands were added to handle webapi integrations.integration:createCreates a new integration.integration:deleteDelete an existing integration.integration:listList all existing integrations.integration:showShow details of an existing integration.
The commands are useful if you want to create integrations without the need to login to the Magento…