So, whether you’re seeking guidance on selecting the right tools for your next project, looking for insights on performance optimization, or simply curious about the latest industry trends, you’ve come to the right place.
By: Danijel Vrgoc, Last updated: Dec 07, 2020 | Published: Nov 27, 2020
This blog post is a follow up to my previous blog post, which explained how to manage the display of error message on A2C section. By adding one mixin, you will be able to manage the position of error message on any form on any page. Let’s get the show on the road! Read more
By: Hrvoje Ivancic, Last updated: May 29, 2023 | Published: Jul 25, 2019 © Some rights reserved by @boetter / flickr
Hi there! This post will be pretty straightforward and will cover Windows, Mac, and Linux, so if you don’t know how to do it already, read on. Read more
By: Maja Kokolari, Last updated: Sep 09, 2021 | Published: Nov 14, 2018
The benefits of ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) and eCommerce integration are immense when the process is done the right way. ERP presents the “backbone” of your business and a powerful software system designed to integrate and unify the main functional areas of your organization. What should companies keep in mind when planning the integration of two key systems in their business operations – ERP and eCommerce platform? Read more
If you have ever worked in a team or in any other way had to maintain others people code, you already know how important is to write maintainable code. Actually, this doesn’t need to be others people code at all – if you are trying to modify your year-old-code, you may already forgot all the details around it and it may be hard for you to read it, let alone modify it. Read more
By: Andrija Glavas, Last updated: Oct 07, 2019 | Published: Jun 07, 2018
Magento 2 comes pre-installed with PHPUnit, an automated testing framework for PHP. It is included as one of the dependencies in Magento 2. Covering the basics of PHPUnit is out of the scope of this tutorial, after a short introduction we are going to focus on the practical example of using PHPUnit with Magento 2. For those who are interested in PHPUnit basics, I would recommend reading documentation or tutorials on the web since it is a very well documented topic. Read more
By: Zoran Salamun, Last updated: May 27, 2023 | Published: May 23, 2018
Symfony 4, (further in the text – Symfony) for templating provides twig bundle, which is a very useful templating engine. It is built by SensioLabs – the company behind Symfony. Besides Symfony, there are more platforms supporting Twig such as Drupal8, eZPublish, phpBB, Piwik, OroCRM, etc. In this article we will cover the basics and show how to extend them. Twig is by default not installed with Symfony, you need to include symfony/twig-bundle with the composer (composer require symfony/twig-bundle). Read more
By: Damir Korpar, Last updated: Oct 01, 2019 | Published: May 03, 2018
Development has been rapidly growing. In fact, at this stage, it has grown so much that it puts a lot of pressure on developers to become super-humans. However, the developers should do what they’re best at, and that is writing code without having to struggle with a local setup. Luckily, there are tools that help developers focus more on code and less on the environment. Read more
By: Zoran Salamun, Last updated: May 27, 2023 | Published: Apr 17, 2018
You have probably heard of PHP framework called Symfony, today I will share my and Inchoo’s experience with this great framework. You can basically do anything in Symfony, but the most important question you should ask yourself is: Should I use Symfony for my application? In order to help you answer the question, I will try to explain basic concepts, give my thoughts and share some experiences in eCommerce development. Read more
By: Hrvoje Jurisic, Last updated: Oct 07, 2019 | Published: Feb 16, 2018
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? Read more
By: Marin Grizelj, Last updated: Aug 30, 2019 | Published: Jun 07, 2017
A lot of programmers feel that for any larger projects static types offer a huge benefit. Read more
Readability too, not only validation.
Some argue that tests can replace types, I agree if we are only talking about code validation.
But static types are empowering in other situations too. Reading code is easier since types describe code and fewer assumptions have to be made about inputs and outputs. Basically, additional documentation which is always in sync with the code.
By: Katarina Dijakovic, Last updated: May 29, 2018 | Published: May 30, 2017
Our design team switched to working in Sketch a while ago but it wasn’t until version 43 we really started seeing some opportunities to change our workflows more significantly. It was also an opportunity for more designers to work on the same project as well as collaborate with developers more easily. Read more
By: Maja Kardum, Last updated: Aug 30, 2019 | Published: May 25, 2017
We are proud to announce an awesome Responsive Web Design workshop by one and only Vitaly Friedman! This writer, speaker, author and editor-in-chief of Smashing Magazine will get up on stage at Inchoo’s hometown Osijek with smashing workshop “New Adventures in Responsive Web Design”.
Faculty of Economics at Osijek will be the main point of this event on June 17 from 9AM to 6PM. Read more
Session is something that PHP developers use in their everyday work. But how many of you did took some time to actually consider where are they stored and how does that impact your application? Should you even care? Does number of sessions influence performance of your application? Read more
By: Vanja Devcic, Published: Jan 24, 2017
Sass has four different CSS output style. By changing setting for
:style option or using the
--style command-line flag.
I will show you how Sass outputs this piece of SCSS code in all style options with style option explanation. Read more