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am 16. November 2017 - 5:35
Campaigning season’s winding down, which means conference season is upon us. Two years after release, Magento’s XML/PHP/HTML/Javascript/KnockoutJS based UI Component System continues to be a topic of regular dissection and drubbing. At the recent Mage Titans conference in Manchester Maria Kern gave a well regarded talk on what, exactly UI Components are. It is good. You should watch it. At the same conference some other, well regarded speakers mentioned how they’re opting out of any work that requires UI Components because the system is (paraphrasing) The Swamp of Despair. Technically speaking, this is where I mention my UI Components Series […]
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am 16. November 2017 - 5:35
Campaigning season’s winding down, which means conference season is upon us. Two years after release, Magento’s XML/PHP/HTML/Javascript/KnockoutJS based UI Component System continues to be a topic of regular dissection and drubbing. At the recent Mage Titans conference in Manchester Maria Kern gave a well regarded talk on what, exactly UI Components are. It is good. You should watch it. At the same conference some other, well regarded speakers mentioned how they’re opting out of any work that requires UI Components because the system is (paraphrasing) The Swamp of Despair. Technically speaking, this is where I mention my UI Components Series […]
geschrieben von Fabian Blechschmidt
am 15. November 2017 - 18:08
find . -type f | git check-ignore -v --stdin

git check-ignore -v **/* works too, if you don't encounter zsh: argument list too long: git.

geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 15. November 2017 - 0:56

How merchants can win, beyond cutting prices

geschrieben von Fabian Blechschmidt
am 15. November 2017 - 0:13

Welcome! You have the problem, that Payone is not sending order confirmation emails in Magento 1? And we are talking about a local development system, were Payone is not able to deliver the Instant Payment Notification (IPN - or whatever it is called at Payone)?

Then I can tell you: This is correct. And I have no clue to fix it.

But why?

Magento only sends an order confirmation email if:

\Mage_Checkout_Model_Type_Onepage::saveOrder [...] if (!$redirectUrl && $order->getCanSendNewEmailFlag()) { try { $order->queueNewOrderEmail(); } catch (Exception $e) { Mage::logException($e); } } [...]

Payone is setting can_send_new_email_flag explicitly to false in \Payone_Core_Model_Payment_Method_Abstract::initialize, to take control of the email.

$order->setCanSendNewEmailFlag(false);

And when the order is appointed, the email is send:

\Payone_Core_Model_Observer_TransactionStatus_OrderConfirmation::…
geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 14. November 2017 - 22:39

It is only a matter of time before Amazon disrupts B2B too

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am 14. November 2017 - 17:19
Magento 2: Dependency Injection and API Calls:

This one came out of a conversation in my Patreon mentoring Slack room. Someone was having trouble with their Magento 2 object manager configurations (di.xml) not showing up — but only during checkout. Their problem? They were dropping their di.xml files into the frontend folder etc/frontend/di.xml This is good enough to get class preferences and plugins set for the page that renders the checkout, as well as any pages that make ajax requests through a frontend controller. However — the stock Magento checkout application also accesses Magento’s rest API directly, and rest API requests happen in a custom area call […]

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am 14. November 2017 - 7:19
React and WordPress:

My career’s headed down the other end of the Stack these days, so caveat-ihaventusedit-emptor, but based on pedigre alone this WordPress+React starter kit seems worth checking out.

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am 14. November 2017 - 5:56
This one came out of a conversation in my Patreon mentoring Slack room. Someone was having trouble with their Magento 2 object manager configurations (di.xml) not showing up — but only during checkout. Their problem? They were dropping their di.xml files into the frontend folder etc/frontend/di.xml This is good enough to get class preferences and plugins set for the page that renders the checkout, as well as any pages that make ajax requests through a frontend controller. However — the stock Magento checkout application also accesses Magento’s rest API directly, and rest API requests happen in a custom area call […]
geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 14. November 2017 - 2:57

Originally posted on MultichannelMerchant.com.

Let’s get serious about shopping. Specifically shopping on two significant days on the ecommerce calendar: Amazon’s Prime Day and Alibaba’s Singles Day (meaning ‘Double Eleven’ in Mandarin).

geschrieben von Covos
am 13. November 2017 - 20:15
Es gibt verschiedene Möglichkeiten herauszufinden welchen Route / Controller / Action Pfad eine Seite des Shop hat. Dies benötigt man z.B. wenn man bestimmte Bereiche des Shops für Funktionen ausschließen oder eben einschließen möchte. Ein konkreter Anwendungsfall ist z.B. die … Weiterlesen →
geschrieben von Covos
am 10. November 2017 - 10:42
Wir haben in einem Multishop eine neue Shopinstanz hinzugefügt und im Rahmen dieses neuen Shops wollten wir auch PayPal Plus mit dem Modul von iways weiterhin verwenden. Bei allen Shops wird als „Drittanbieter“ Zahlung auch Vorkasse durch Überweisung angeboten. Diese … Weiterlesen →
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am 10. November 2017 - 8:10
My career’s headed down the other end of the Stack these days, so caveat-ihaventusedit-emptor, but based on pedigre alone this WordPress+React starter kit seems worth checking out.
geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 10. November 2017 - 2:27

How OneStepCheckout is Helping Merchants Around the World to Combat Cart Abandonment 

geschrieben von Covos
am 9. November 2017 - 14:41
Mannomann, was habe ich am Font-Face-Problem rumgespielt bis es endlich geklappt hat. Ich will gar nicht lange auf die Einzelheiten eingehen, sondern nur kurz und knapp eine Anleitung geben: Problem: Ich möchte eine eigene Schriftart in die Seite integrieren, die … Weiterlesen →
geschrieben von Covos
am 9. November 2017 - 14:11
Es kommt immer mal wieder vor, dass man bei Magento das Problem hat, dass der Warenkorb nach der Anmeldung des Benutzers im Benutzerkonto plötzlich leer ist. Es gibt auch weitere ähnliche Vorfälle, die man möglicherweise mit diesem kleinen Kniff beheben … Weiterlesen →
geschrieben von Covos
am 9. November 2017 - 14:03
Wir arbeiteten gerade an einem Multishop mit mehreren Domains für mehrere verschiedene Frontends. Nun sollte ein neues Frontend mit einer neuen Domain hinzukommen. Selbstverständlich war die Aufgabe die Domain und den Shop vor der offiziellen Freigabe nicht zugänglich zu machen. … Weiterlesen →
geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 9. November 2017 - 1:57

Tap the growing influence of social media on holiday sales

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am 7. November 2017 - 21:59

Tips, strategies, and tactics to support your digital transformation

geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 6. November 2017 - 21:41

Insights from Jenna Warren, Co-Founder of Creatuity