Did you know that an average developer wakes up at 07.50am, works for 8 hours 57 minutes and goes to sleep at 10.54pm? 65% of programmers drink coffee and 45% do exercises, they code for 2+ hours and e-mail for 54 min per day. There was one good reason to know developers around you better this week, if there were any; on the 12th of September we’ve celebrated Programmers’ Day. Check out this image to discover more dev stats: (more…)
Are you doing PrestaShop development or running a PrestaShop-based store? If so, share with us how you think PrestaShop is doing and what positive (or negative) experience have you gained while working with it.
In our turn we will tell you what PrestaShop looks like at the beginning of September and how the amount of addons were increased/decreased within summertime.
Oh my! This is the last day of summer and while children are getting prepared for “Back to School” season, we are all here on “Back to a Hard Work” stage. But it’s not a reason to grieve, because the beginning of a new year heralds new opportunities and many attractive offers, of course. Let’s start with the one right from this point.
American Labor Day is approaching, and we have no intentions to ignore it. Enjoy Labor Day federal holiday with 10% off for all BelVG products, using the coupon code Labor12. The offer will be available starting from now and till September, 4th.
Now it’s time to observe what we have for you at the end of this week.
Have you ever used a standard PrestaShop Product Comments module? This module allows website visitors to post comments about products.
But this module has a very essential drawback: it lacks of pagination for product comments. To show how it works, let’s write a simple script that will create 100 comments for the first product. (Read the entire post. Below we’ve hidden a free module that enables pagination for product comments…)
While creating a PrestaShop module, there are some cases when you need to write a separate php script, a new module tab, class, etc. Customers, who have purchased the module, very often complain that translations are not working in these files.
How to organize label translations properly over there? How to make these translations appear in the same group with translations of the module, created in Tools -> Translations?