The number of Magento 2 extensions are increasing daily on Magento Connect. We created or reviewed some of those. You can read the details here.
Webhooks are used to indicate when an important event has occurred, usually by sending a notification in the form of a message to a specified webhook URL or endpoint. This can be really useful for certain events, like when a customer makes an order or leaves a comment.
It can also be a really handy way for developers to get instantly notified when an exception occurs, providing them with the information they need to quickly locate and fix the issue.
In this article, I will show you how to create a module that allows you to configure your very own webhooks for Magento 2, utilizing the Incoming Webhooks feature from Slack. Read more
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! Read more
Magento 2 Community Edition comes with support for only MySQL search engine, but some projects require better or more adjustable search engine in order to increase sales or conversion rate. Read more
In this situation we are implementing Solr or Elasticsearch search engine.
After half a year we are back on Pimcore development. Since last time, Pimcore 4 has been released and it’s already in 4.3 version. I have been writing about portlets and now it is time to go much deeper in extending Pimcore. First of all, best reference for Pimcore development is their own documentation, you can find it at https://www.pimcore.org/wiki/. Pimcore can be extended with plugins, or by writing code in website folder, but we’ll cover plugins. Read more
One of the new features that you get out of the box with Magento 2 is New Relic reporting. Read more
New Relic has been around for about the same amount of time as Magento. I always liked projects that were using New Relic for performance analysis because it was much easier to identify preformance bottlenecks – especially on production systems where you have little bit less debugging possibilities. That’s why I’m really excited to have it in the new Magento version.