Today we’re going to look at the advantages of using configurable products and how we can update how their prices display on Magento 2 product listing pages to provide our customers with a more transparent shopping experience. Before we dig deeper, let’s talk briefly about what configurable products are.
Configurable products differ from simple products in that they provide the customer with numerous options that ultimately reduce down to a simple product choice. The power of configurable products really shines on product listing pages, where a single configurable product may act as a doorway to literally hundreds of simple product variations. For instance, a t-shirt configurable product with 10 color options and 3 size…
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Auf der Plattform mage2.tv von Vinai Kopp gibt es für Magento 2 Entwickler Screencasts, die bei der Arbeit mit Magento behilflich sein sollen. Aktuell befindet sich die Plattform in der Public Beta Phase und ausgewählter Inhalt ist kostenfrei verfügbar. Ziel ist es das Magento Entwickler die Screencasts zum Training oder als Referenz benutzen. 10 Kategorien […]
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I had to fix a typo in it (thanks Vinai!), so why not squeeze a link out of my Magento 2: uiElement Standard Library Primer article from last year’s uiElements Internals series. I’m reasonably proud of that, and its predecesor UI Component series. I’m also diappointed (but not surprised) that frontend development in Magento 2 remains complicated, slow, and something most smart developers avoid.
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It’s well known that Magento team announces new platform upgrades quite often. There is a minor upgrade every second month and a more critical upgrade with new features and more changes to the core almost every quarter on average. If we look back, since the release of Magento 2.0 in November 2015 there were around 30 releases for Magento Open Source and Magento Commerce. Looks like a lot, doesn’t it? So the question arises: do these changes actually bring any value to the website?
Imagine you run a physical store. Do you need to improve it from time to time? Do you buy new furniture, change color of the walls, clean the windows? The answer is definitely “yes” if you do care about making your shop look nicer and more convenient to improve your customers’ experience. The same applies to any eCommerce website. It requires improvements and one of the best ways is to upgrade the platform when new releases are available.
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There are many various improvements you can make to Docker for Mac to fine-tune performance, especially when working with large application filesystems such as those with Magento or Zend Framework.Step 1: Computer, Cores & RAM
I'm absolutely resolved that a dual-core machine with 8GB RAM will just simply not cut it. My MacBook Air just spun fans, and fswatch events got delayed or stopped working just because there is not enough computing power to go around.
Once you have (at the very least) a quad-core MacBook Pro with 16GB RAM and an SSD, to to Docker > Preferences > Advanced. Set the "computing resources dedicated to Docker" to at least 4 CPUs and 8.0 GB RAM.Step 2: Docker Disk Type
Next, go to Disk settings. Be sure the "Disk image location" value ends with the file type "Docker.raw". The new raw filesystem ensures you are using the latest image format for performance. If you don't see this or instead see something like "qcow2",…
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File this one under old-but-new-to-me tech: OS X/Mac OS ships with a simple command line application named sips that lets you perform simple image manipulations like resizing, rotating, image flips, crops, etc.