Indexing is important for Magento 2 as for all systems that process large amounts of data in multiple tables. It facilitates platform’s performance. In this article, we are going to discuss the core aspects of Magento index management that you need to be aware of and we also demonstrate how you can create your own custom index.
Nearly 3 years have passed since the publication of the How to Add Column in Sales Order Grid in Magento 2.1 article. Over this time two new versions – Magento 2.2 and 2.3 – have been released.
Managing cache is another sophisticated issue in Magento 2. Today we are going to demonstrate you some cache management techniques. You are about to learn various cache types and the tools used to manage them. As usual, we are going to provide technical extracts along with plain text for your better understanding.
One of the most significant features of any business is continuous growth. What is more, online business is as of great importance as brick-and-mortar stores and deserves no less attention. Web stores should be fast and meet customer’s needs. Besides, it should be easy to customize and implement new up-to-date options. That’s why one of the most famous retailers Shiekh.com entrusted us to take the store to a new level. Read more
Anyone who has ever used Magento 1 or Magento 2 knows about such feature as index. It is pretty important and useful since everything that is displayed on the frontend is related to index. Indexing by itself is a pretty long process that is why partial index has been available almost since the first version of Magento. Partial index means that we index not the whole document but only the part that has been modified. Read more
New projects are usually developed on a separate dedicated web-server which settings may differ from those of a production server. So, to avoid mess-ups when trying to back up the production server it is required either to reassign data in the core_config table or to use a special script. The situation goes worse when there is more than one developer involved in the same project, because each developer may use its own custom set of server configurations. Read more