Magento 2

Create a multi-language store in Magento 2 – Part 1

Create a multi-language store in Magento 2 Part 1

Many merchants were in a situation where, upon expanding an online business, they needed to provide a localized version of their store, adjusted to local markets and languages. Creating multi-language (localized) store in Magento 2 is very much easy and in every aspect configurable.

The first step in creating a multi-language store is to download and install a language pack for Magento 2. If you need to make an adjustment on a specific language or need to adjust to a specific local situation, then you can easily make all those changes.

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Magento 2 Product Quick View

What I’m about to share is still somewhat experimental, so it might be wise to test it and adjust according to your needs before you add it to production.

Those who doesn’t want to read whole article, can access extension directly on github here.

Everyone else, continue reading!

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Are you ready for Generation Z eCommerce?

Generation Z - blog post at Inchoo

The next wave of consumers from which none has ever known a world without internet or mobile phones has come of age. Here’s how to reach them.

Meet the Generation Z, also referred to as Gen Z, iGen, Centennials and possibly several other names. Oldest members of this generation were born in 1999. By the 2020 they will be the largest group of consumers worldwide, making up 2.6 billion people globally. Gen Z’s spending power is projected to be $44 billion. It is becoming crucial to reveal habits and attitudes of your future customers – without understanding them, you are losing potential future revenue.

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Magento 2 Widgets – gallery widget explained – client testimonials showcase

Further to our previous post about Magento gallery widget (in which we explained how to build image gallery) we’d like to show another possible use of this widget. Because it’s based on Fotorama plugin, gallery widget is able to work not just with images but with other HTML content as well. And we’ll demonstrate how by building a client testimonials gallery which we’re going to display in the footer of our web shop.

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Adding Voice Search to Magento 2

Introduction of Web Speech API to Chrome and Firefox opens up some new possibilities in general interaction with websites and, more importantly, accessibility. Web Speech API includes two main components: Speech Recognition and Voice Synthesis. In this article, we are going to use the Speech Recognition API to implement basic Voice Search in Magento 2 header search.

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Magento Coding Standards

Magento coding standards

Everyone has their own style of writing code and there’s always a debate which one’s is the correct one or which one’s makes the most sense. For that reason rules are brought that need to be followed that define code standards and enhance source code readability.

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Magento Solution Partners readiness and expertise with Magento 2

With more and more projects being migrated to Magento 2, and showcased by partners and Magento themselves, what’s the status of Magento 2 adoption within the partner ecosystem?

Is there any way merchants can tell “heaven from hell” when deciding what partner to go with when planning and delivering a Magento 2 project?

Did you know that (only) 72% of Magento solution partners are Magento 2 trained?

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Why you should go to MageTestFest if you are a Magento developer

© Meet Inchooers Luka and Stjepan at MageTestFest

When a conference is advertised as “Magento. Software Testing. Party.” and Yireo stands behinds its organization, there is really not much left to say in order to convince you to attend MageTestFest that’s happening November 15th – 18th 2017!

There are no doubts – you must clear your schedule and head off to this international developer oriented event that has one single focus: TESTING! Vital for clean coding, testing is a topic that can always break the unbearable silence among developers that are just meeting each other.

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Keeping an eye on small things in eCommerce projects

When managing projects, one usually focuses on big things: biggest costs, biggest features, biggest risks, etc. The same is with building an eCommerce site – the biggest, most important things are, well, most important.

But large topics are not the be-all and end-all of the project.

In this post, we will illustrate how tiny issues can have an outsized influence on the project. Through analysis of several examples from our experience, we will try to understand how small perturbations shape the course of the project.

So let’s start with something totally relevant, let’s start with – Napoleon.

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Solr and Magento – search by department

There are eCommerce stores which sell a wide variety of products like food, personal care, electronics, and so on. On those stores, visitors want to be able to search by a specific category. This can be achieved by adding a new feature: search by department or category. In this quick tutorial I will explain the base concept of how to do it using Solr search engine as an example.

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Case Study: Migration from Magento 1 to Magento 2 for Sloan Express

Sloan Express case study

Sloan Express is a family-owned business with deep roots in the agricultural industry that have been serving the needs of farmers worldwide for over 80 years. Located in Central Illinois, Sloan Express is the area leader offering new agricultural parts that are equal to or better than the original equipment part. They sell directly to farmers, implement dealers and repair shops.

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