Knockout.js — is a library that allows you to create dynamic interfaces and use different bindings for DOM elements. It implements the Model-View-ViewModel pattern and is used in Magento 2 dynamic modules such as Checkout, Customer, etc. In this article I will refer to module files that use knockout.js, and also describe how to use the framework to perform various functions in Magento 2.
Magento Front End Developer
When a new customer registers at your Magento 2 online shop, he is required to fill in certain fields, such as first name, last name, email. He or she may want to provide some additional information. For that purpose, we need to create our own fields which will be used in a registration form. If you have Magento 2 Commerce version, new fields can be created by adding new customer attributes in the backoffice.
Emails are an integral part of an online shop’s marketing strategy and branding, which makes creation and customization of an email template a rather hot topic in ecommerce. In this article I will analyze the various options for how to customize Magento 2.3.0 letter templates.
Today we will talk about Magento 2 and answer the following Frontend certification questions:
Which design areas exist?
What is the difference between them, and what do design areas have in common?
What are design areas used for?
How can design areas be utilized for custom themes or customizations?
In this article, we will talk about UI Components and their configuration. This topic is quite extensive and it is impossible to cover it all at once. That’s why I will touch upon general points and show you the direction in which to move for a deeper understanding of the topic.