geschrieben von Mladen Ristic
am 13. Februar 2018 - 14:44

With time we are becoming more and more familiar with Magento 2 Checkout. And we are trying to build our knowledge furthermore. Hopefully, this article will help you in that process. With this article, we’ll learn how to change inputs fields ordering on the Checkout page.

If you ever tested Magento 2 you are familiar with default Magento 2 Checkout and the default fields sort ordering. If you wish to want to recall it, check this screenshot:

Default Magento 2 input ordering

This ordering is totally understandable for the addresses in USA or some other countries where State/Provinces is important and required field…

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am 13. Februar 2018 - 14:36
Using “Not Quite JSON” with PHP:

One of the odd side effects of JSON’s wide spread success is how often you’ll run across data that’s not quite json A hello world example looks something like this {a: “Hello World”} If you look at that string, you might think Hey, it’s a JSON string! However, it’s not strict JSON — the a needs to be a quoted string. Consider the output of the following. $foo = json_decode(’{a: 8531329}’); var_dump($foo); //NULL $bar = json_decode(’{“a”: 8531329}’); var_dump($bar); //the object “Not Quite JSON” exists because JSON’s elevator pitch is We encode everything using javacsript objects This means there’s a ton […]

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am 13. Februar 2018 - 13:55
One of the odd side effects of JSON’s wide spread success is how often you’ll run across data that’s not quite json A hello world example looks something like this {a: "Hello World"} If you look at that string, you might think Hey, it’s a JSON string! However, it’s not strict JSON — the a needs to be a quoted string. Consider the output of the following. $foo = json_decode('{a: 8531329}'); var_dump($foo); //NULL $bar = json_decode('{"a": 8531329}'); var_dump($bar); //the object “Not Quite JSON” exists because JSON’s elevator pitch is We encode everything using javacsript objects This means there’s a ton […]
geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 12. Februar 2018 - 19:44

Originally posted on martechadvisor.com.

2017 was a big year for eCommerce: B2B eCommerce skyrocketed, the buzz around AI reached a peak and mobile traffic began to outpace desktop traffic. 2018 is positioned to be another exciting year in commerce. Here are 4 predictions we expect to see in the next 12 months, writes, Peter Sheldon, VP Strategy, Magento.

geschrieben von Kevin Kirchner
am 12. Februar 2018 - 19:36

Display Configurable Product Price Ranges in Magento 2

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…

geschrieben von Marketing Team
am 9. Februar 2018 - 1:00

We are delighted to highlight seven outstanding submissions

geschrieben von Sherrie Rohde
am 7. Februar 2018 - 5:31

Get to know Magento Master Gabriel Guarino, Founder at Simplific

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am 6. Februar 2018 - 14:37
Useful Magneto 2 JavaScript Helper Functions:

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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am 6. Februar 2018 - 13:57
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.
geschrieben von Stanislav Mihic
am 6. Februar 2018 - 13:38

In the first post from this series, we’ve focused more on theory and technical background behind multi-language Magento2 store. Now, we’ll create Magento2 store with additional French language. First thing is to go to the administration and create a new store view. Before we proceed, please check documentation where is explained a difference between store view, store and website, old but still relevant, http://docs.magento.com/m1/ce/user_guide/store-operations/stores-multiple.html.

Inside Magento 2 admin go to Stores – Configuration – All store and please follow steps bellow and create new store view.

geschrieben von Marketing Team
am 6. Februar 2018 - 0:43

Meet your new Master of Ceremonies for Imagine 2018!

geschrieben von Sherrie Rohde
am 2. Februar 2018 - 21:52

Expanding Top Contributor Recognition in 2018

geschrieben von Maria Zayac
am 2. Februar 2018 - 15:03

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.

Here are the most important reasons…

geschrieben von Sherrie Rohde
am 1. Februar 2018 - 18:36

Makers actively engage with others, sharing ideas, insights, and constructive feedback.

geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 1. Februar 2018 - 14:58

A sweeping set of laws is being enacted by the European Union, but you don't have to be in the EU to feel its impact

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am 1. Februar 2018 - 14:35
New Docs Site for PHP Internals:

A new documentation site for PHP Internals (the pile of C code that’s used to build PHP itself) magically appeared a few weeks ago and it’s pretty great. While the PHP Internals Book tries to give you the context you need to work in the PHP source code, this new PHP Internals site is trying to document every symbol and the broad hierarchy of systems that make up PHP’s source. If you’re the sort of programmer who needs a plain english understanding of something in order to have it click, this new site looks invaluable.

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am 1. Februar 2018 - 13:16
A new documentation site for PHP Internals (the pile of C code that’s used to build PHP itself) magically appeared a few weeks ago and it’s pretty great. While the PHP Internals Book tries to give you the context you need to work in the PHP source code, this new PHP Internals site is trying to document every symbol and the broad hierarchy of systems that make up PHP’s source. If you’re the sort of programmer who needs a plain english understanding of something in order to have it click, this new site looks invaluable.
geschrieben von Sherrie Rohde
am 1. Februar 2018 - 6:33

Mentors help to educate and develop resources for the Magento Community

geschrieben von Sherrie Rohde
am 31. Januar 2018 - 2:49

Movers are Magento’s top advocates and ecosystem thought leaders

geschrieben von markoshust
am 30. Januar 2018 - 22:50

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",…