geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 25. April 2019 - 22:36

Magento 2 courses, certifications, special discounts, and more!

geschrieben von Sebastian
am 25. April 2019 - 11:49

Mark Lavelle verlässt Magento und räumt seinen Posten als Magento CEO. Das wird aus einem Blogpost deutlich in dem Mark Lavelle selbst seinen Abschied ankündigt und sich für eine tolle Zeit bei der Magento Community bedankt. Über eBay zu Magento Nach dem Abschluss der Übernahme durch Adobe leitete Magento CEO Mark Lavelle weiterhin das Magento-Team […]

Der Beitrag Mark Lavelle verlässt Magento erschien zuerst auf Mag-tutorials.de.

geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 24. April 2019 - 16:59

B2B buyer expectations are shifting toward eCommerce. Here’s what that means for B2B vendors

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am 24. April 2019 - 13:21
As a rule I avoid entrepreneuria-media. There’s a sameness to the over confidant young sounding, white sounding voice these men choose to adopt that leaves me squicked out at best, and after a while you realize the way to have a career and life with some level of independence is to leave the media behind and start doing the work. Strategic caveats deployed, this episode of the Build your SaaS podcast is worth a listen, where host Justin Jackson interviews the creator of the Laravel programming framework, Taylor Otwell. The first reason to listen? Taylor talks actual numbers from his […]
geschrieben von Denis Saltanakhmedov
am 23. April 2019 - 12:26

We think that JavaScript is a very important part of web developing today. But sometimes we do not think about simple tips that can increase the performance of the JS. In the post we try to overview some common issues of JS and also the simple solution that helps improve the performance of Magento site.

1. Decrease amount of DOM changes.

Every time you make DOM changes, group them up to prevent DOM rendering. If you’re making some style changes or adding an attribute, try to make all of your modifications at once rather than applying changes to each element individually.

2. Limit third-party library and components dependencies.

Third-party library and components add a lot to loading times, so strive to keep their use to a minimum, and avoid the library or components entirely if that’s possible. One way to reduce your dependency on external libraries is to use in-browser technology.

3. Use a dependency manager.

Also, a good way to use a dependency manager…

geschrieben von Erik Hansen
am 23. April 2019 - 9:56

Create and Apply Patches to Magento 2

This article covers how to create and apply patches to Magento 2. This article assumes you’re using Composer to install Magento (the second method listed in the “How to get the Magento software” table here), which is the method I recommend for any merchant running Magento on a production site.

If you install Magento using Composer, it’s impossible to directly edit the core files in a way that will cause those edits to persist, as they are never committed to version control, but are instead pulled in with Composer. However, with the help of the Composer plugin composer-patches…

geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 22. April 2019 - 20:59

Behind the scenes with Viacheslav “Slava” Kravchuk and his team

geschrieben von Giancarlo Ospina
am 22. April 2019 - 20:29

One Step Checkout

All States Ag Parts wanted to enhance the checkout process by reducing the number of steps needed to submit an order. They also wanted to give users the option to edit their cart on the checkout page, a feature not supported by Magento natively. Classy Llama’s solution was a custom modified version of the Krish One-Step Checkout module styled to match the theme of All States Ag Parts’ website. This feature would place all necessary checkout steps on one page rather than many.

With one step checkout, customers can now check out as a guest or sign in with an existing account on the same page. The user may also reset their password from the checkout page. And, if the customer does not have an account, they can proceed to create one after submitting the…

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am 22. April 2019 - 15:32
This entry is part 5 of 6 in the series Just Enough C for PHP. Earlier posts include Just Enough C for PHP, Just Enough C for PHP: Running C Programs, Just Enough C for PHP: Variables and Types, and Just Enough C for PHP: C Macros. Later posts include Just Enough C for PHP: Make Basics. First, some business. It’s worth saying out loud that the Just Enough C for PHP Series is on hiatus. The idea for this series came from my starting a gig that involved a PHP extension. As I refreshed by C knowledge and learned […]
geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 18. April 2019 - 16:37

"I’ve had the great privilege of helping guide Magento to where it is today."

geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 18. April 2019 - 15:24

Expanding into new countries is a proven way to grow your business. By 2022, consumers shopping online with merchants outside their home country will account for 17.3% of all online spending, according to 451 Research.[1] And consumers everywhere are increasingly willing to choose a cross-border brand when they shop online.

geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 16. April 2019 - 6:07

Share the commerce experiences that have wowed and inspired you over the past 12 months

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am 14. April 2019 - 13:53
I’ve been doing more backend NodeJS programming recently and I was pleasantly surprised to discover something new about a programming language I’ve been using for for over 20 years. Although, to be fair, the callback syntax I was asking about callSomeFunction(function heyLookANameForMyFunction(){ }); wasn’t valid in every browser for much of those 20 years. Also, I wasn’t ready for how pleasant it would be writing javascript and not having to worry about every browser invented since time immemorial. Something something old dog, tricks, etc.
geschrieben von Giancarlo Ospina
am 12. April 2019 - 17:36

Downtime No More

geschrieben von Sebastian
am 11. April 2019 - 10:37

Wie Magento mitgeteilt hat wird der Bestsellerautor und CEO von VaynerMedia, Gary Vaynerchuk, vom 13. bis 15. Mai 2019 in Las Vegas live auf der Imagine 2019 die Keynote halten. Vom Spirituosenladen zum Wein-Imperium Gary Vaynerchuk wurde Ende der 90er Jahre bekannt nachdem er den lokalen Spirituosenladen seines Vaters „Shoppers Discount Liquors“ erfolgreich in eine […]

Der Beitrag Gary Vaynerchuk als Keynote Speaker auf der Imagine 2019 erschien zuerst auf Mag-tutorials.de.

geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 11. April 2019 - 5:42

You’re going to Vegas, baby!

geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 10. April 2019 - 22:33

73 percent of consumers want order tracking across all touchpoints but only 7 percent of retailers can deliver it. Learn what customers want most from omnichannel retail brands, then use this information to help your eCommerce site excel.

geschrieben von Christian Münch
am 10. April 2019 - 17:38

Last month we received an invitation by our friends of Atwix to attend their Barcamp in Lviv/Ukraine. My colleague Oleksandr and me were happy to join it. Oleksandr was the perfect mate, because he was grown up in Ukraine and so he knows everything about the traditions and local specialities.

Our journey started in Frankfurt. After a stopover in Munich we arrived on site with enough energy to explore the beautiful city of Lviv.
Oleksandr introduced me to the local delicacies like Borsch (Борщ), Blini (млинці) with Cherry and Varenyky (вареники).

geschrieben von Matthias Zeis
am 10. April 2019 - 16:52

Version 2.3.1 wurde am 26. März 2019 veröffentlicht. Das Release stopft kritische Sicherheitslücken, bringt über 200 funktionale Verbesserungen und Commerce-KundInnen das verbesserte CMS-Modul Page Builder.

In diesem Artikel finden Sie einen Auszug der Neuerungen. Für Details können Sie die vollständigen Release Notes durchsuchen.

Behebung von Sicherheitslücken in Magento 2.3.1

Insgesamt werden mit diesem Release über 30 Sicherheitsprobleme behoben. Auf der zehn-teiligen Skala des Einstufungs-Systems CVSS v3.0 bewegen sich die Lücken zwischen 3.1 und 9.8. Die meisten Lücken erfordern, dass Angreifer einen Backend-Zugriff haben.

Besonders zu beachten ist Security-Bug PRODSECBUG-2198, durch den man ohne Backend-Zugriff die Datenbank infiltrieren kann. Dazu gleich mehr.

geschrieben von jesse.tyler
am 8. April 2019 - 21:26

Getting to Know Jonathan Hodges

How long have you worked at Classy Llama?
As of March 16th, I’ve worked here for nine years.

How did you end up at Classy Llama?
I was going to school at Evangel University, and my professor told me about the position. I saw Classy Llama’s website, and they said they pretty much do Magento exclusively. I had just finished a freelance project on Magento a few months prior. I called them up and told them I had a little bit of experience. They brought me in for an interview and hired me a couple weeks later.

What was it like working on Magento at this time?
It was really brutal. This was 2010, and it came out in 2008. It didn’t hit mainstream until about 2010. When I…