The article is dedicated to flushing data in Magento 2. Learning one of the significant processes in Magento, you’ll be able to make a distinction between Magento 1 and 2 and go up for the Magento exam. (more…)
What does the phrase “Christmas is coming” mean to you? You may imagine shopping malls crowded with buyers pushing one another in order to hook cut-price goods. Endless checkout lines and congested car parks can make your shopping experience unbearable. Fortunately, these days are gone and now shoppers are able to stay home, avoid the crowds and still get all the hottest deals. Thus, your immediate objective as a retailer is to provide customers with the amazing shopping experience. (more…)
Routing in Magento is one of the most essential parts every developer should be aware of. Processing URL request and router classes responsible for matching and processing that request influence the application flow. Let’s get into the nuts and bolts together. (more…)
If it comes to on-page optimization, you should understand that it has its ends and oats. Any web store is expected to have a complex structure and an enormous number of pages. Let’s have a closer look at details which deserve careful attention. (more…)
As you may know, flushing data is a significant process in Magento. The function allows returning the HTML code to the browser. It implies that flushing output is to display a content of a request in Magento. Let’s clarify the process in Magento 1 in order to be prepared for the Magento exam. (more…)
Every developer who feels lack of knowledge in Magento design fallback system is suggested to dive deep into the topic to pass the Magento exam. The questions described in the article include the fallback mechanism, ways to display templates and the number of fallback steps available. Enjoy the reading!