geschrieben von Sonja Riesterer
am 22. Februar 2018 - 13:18

Eine gute Produktsuche in Online-Shops ist bei Schreibfehlern nachsichtig, sie findet trotz eines Vertippers die passenden Produkte, Kategorien oder sonstige Inhalte. Dahinter steckt ein Algorithmus, der den Suchbegriff mit den durchsuchbaren Begriffen oder Zeichenketten abgleicht. Die Unterschiede zwischen dem Suchbegriff und den Zeichenketten, beispielsweise dem Produktnamen, werden dabei mit der Levenshtein-Distanz gemessen.

Die Levenshtein-Distanz erklärt

Die Levenshtein-Distanz beschreibt die minimale Anzahl von Änderungen, die nötig ist, um aus der ersten Zeichenkette die zweite Zeichenkette zu generieren. Als Änderungen gelten Hinzufügen, Entfernen und Austauschen von Zeichen. Sie ist benannt nach dem russischen Mathematiker Vladimir Levenshtein (1935-2017).

Beispiel

Die Levenshtein-Distanz zwischen den Begriffen „Levenshtein“ und „…

geschrieben von Sebastian
am 22. Februar 2018 - 7:30

Auf 979 Seiten erklärt Alexander Steireif alles was man über Magento 2 wissen muss. Von der Einrichtung bis hin zum Messen von Kennzahlen wird jeder Bereich von Magento 2 behandelt. Dieses Buch vermittelt jedem Magento-Shopbetreiber alles, was Sie für den Aufbau eines Magento-Shops benötigt wird. Schritt für Schritt zum eigenen Webshop Magento 2: Das umfassende Handbuch vermittelt jedem […]

Der Beitrag Magento 2: Das umfassende Handbuch – Vorstellung und Gewinnspiel erschien zuerst auf Mag-tutorials.de.

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am 21. Februar 2018 - 23:03
Understanding Git Rebase:

I first saw a version of this talk (from @ellotheth) at PHPPNW in 2015, and it’s the first thing that made git rebasing make sense to me. Too many rebasing tutorials are so busy selling you on the benifits that they gloss over what’s happening to repository. Gemma’s talk not only dives into what a git rebase actually is, but does in a straight forward, gentle way that avoids a lot of the computer science machismo overdoes (or outright bluffing) that you find from other tutorials/polemics on the subject.

geschrieben von Marketing Team
am 21. Februar 2018 - 21:30

Jason will join us on the main stage for an inspiration presentation

geschrieben von Katarina Dijakovic
am 21. Februar 2018 - 14:58

The only point of contact your customer has with your online store, is the designed interface. Ever wondered exactly what they think of it? Long gone are the days when the design was purely a visual discipline. It shifted into a responsibility, where designers are also to be valued for their understanding of the product being built. Design doesn’t just paint the building, it builds the stairs to an overall better usability and collaboration of everyone included. It is necessary to update our processes with thorough understanding of end users, colleagues and stakeholders to make responsible and risk-reduced design decisions. Change through user testing is what keeps the design process relevant and competitive.

In a single sentence, we work to make incremental user interface and user experience changes based on usability test results and actual user feedback. This process ensures we’ve improved your online store’s usability, not just with our knowledge of…

geschrieben von
am 21. Februar 2018 - 13:49
I first saw a version of this talk (from @ellotheth) at PHPPNW in 2015, and it’s the first thing that made git rebasing make sense to me. Too many rebasing tutorials are so busy selling you on the benifits that they gloss over what’s happening to repository. Gemma’s talk not only dives into what a git rebase actually is, but does in a straight forward, gentle way that avoids a lot of the computer science machismo overdoes (or outright bluffing) that you find from other tutorials/polemics on the subject.
geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 20. Februar 2018 - 23:17

Embrace the digital revolution that can help turn your sales reps into superhuman sellers

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am 19. Februar 2018 - 14:34
Using a Magneto 2 Theme for Transnational Email:

Given Magento 2’s enterprise ambitions, it wouldn’t surprise me if most stores are routing their transactional emails through a seperate (or a series of seperate) email systems. Because Enterprise™. However, if you’re sticking to Magento’s default email system for the password reset, order thank you, sign up, etc. emails, then you might want to check out Daniel Sloof’s Custom Email Theme extension. This extension allows you pick any installed Magento theme and have Magento use it (instead of the Blank theme) for transactional emails. It’s odd to see this sort of fuctionality missing from Magento’s core more than two years […]

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am 19. Februar 2018 - 13:05
Given Magento 2’s enterprise ambitions, it wouldn’t surprise me if most stores are routing their transactional emails through a seperate (or a series of seperate) email systems. Because Enterprise™. However, if you’re sticking to Magento’s default email system for the password reset, order thank you, sign up, etc. emails, then you might want to check out Daniel Sloof’s Custom Email Theme extension. This extension allows you pick any installed Magento theme and have Magento use it (instead of the Blank theme) for transactional emails. It’s odd to see this sort of fuctionality missing from Magento’s core more than two years […]
geschrieben von Christian Münch
am 18. Februar 2018 - 18:27

We published a new version of Magento 1 Version of n98-magerun.

Changelog
  • Fix: Typo in config:get command (by Ari Molzer, #958)
  • New: Meta generator for phpstorm > 2016.1 (by Guillaume Gill, #965)
  • Imp: Option to schedule cron in magento crontab instead of running with current user (by Guillaume Gill, #966)
  • New: Add current Magento version 1.9.3.7 (by Brad Berger, #967)
  • Imp: Support for multi module decleration in module:enable command (by Peter O’Callaghan, #969)
  • Imp: Ability to import db from STDIN (by Peter O’Callaghan, #970)
  • Imp: Add Magento-Root to sys:info command (by Christian Münch)

 

geschrieben von Marketing Team
am 17. Februar 2018 - 5:25

Brent Peterson is the Chief Magento Evangelist at Wagento.com. He is a business leader, running enthusiast, and organizer of the Big Dam Run at Imagine.       

geschrieben von Yaroslav Rogoza
am 16. Februar 2018 - 15:54

In the past, there was a big challenge to keep a package-based PHP project up to date. We had sort of package managers like PEAR and PECL, but frequently they caused more challenges rather than provided a handy possibility to install and manage packages quickly. Fortunately, the dark age of the mentioned managers is history now, as the Composer comes to fix difficulties. Composer has been improved with every new version, and many modern platforms/frameworks like Symfony, Laravel and Magento use Composer as a part of their systems.

Composer allows you to declare a list of required packages, their dependencies and to automate the package installation or to make an upgrade process easier. But, honestly, the package manager configuration and functionality might not be easy to understand especially in the beginning.

Composer has two types of configuration files: composer.json and composer.lock. The JSON configuration file is included in the main…

geschrieben von Hrvoje Jurisic
am 16. Februar 2018 - 12:47

Progressive Web Apps, or PWAs, have been around for some time, but only lately it has become a buzzword. Everyone is talking about it, but is it just a fad, or a future of the web?

What is a PWA?

Progressive web apps are a hybrid between web pages and native apps. The application type attempts to combine features offered by most modern browsers with the benefits of mobile experience. But underneath, PWA is still just a website. It can “become” an app if user wants to use it that way. So if user returns to the website, using supporting OS and browser, he will be prompted to add the website to the home screen. If he decides to do it, he can use the website as an app later on. If not, the website is still reachable through the browser, and still with most of the benefits that make PWA’s great.

Google’s definition of PWA:

  • Reliable – Load instantly and never show the downasaur,…
geschrieben von Marketing Team
am 14. Februar 2018 - 17:05

Insights from Kate Morris, founder and CEO of Adore Beauty

geschrieben von bjoern.meyer
am 14. Februar 2018 - 10:09
Lizard and Pumpkin

Am 07.02. und 08.02.2017 fand in der

geschrieben von Sebastian
am 14. Februar 2018 - 7:37

Besucher können sich seit Kurzem für die MagentoLive Europe 2018 registrieren. Die MagentoLive Europe findet vom 9. bis 10. Oktober in Barcelona statt und ist die größte von Magento organisierte Veranstaltung in der EMEA-Region (Wirtschaftsraum Europa-Arabien-Afrika) mit mehr als 1500 erwarteten Branchenexperten, Händlern und Unternehmern. MagentoLive soll einzelne Communities zusammenbringen Nach den MagentoLive-Events in Frankreich, Deutschland […]

Der Beitrag MagentoLive Europe 2018: Registrierung offen erschien zuerst auf Mag-tutorials.de.

geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 13. Februar 2018 - 17:58

Payments, Security, Check-Out Enhancements and more

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…