We can say that routing in Magento is one of the most important parts. Complete application (Magento 2) flow depends on processing URL request and router classes which are responsible for matching and processing that requests. This article covers routers flow in Magento 2 and analyses some routers that come with default installation. Also it will be shown how to create one custom router. It will be mentioned how routers match action (Controller class), and more info about Controllers will be covered in a separated article.Read more
This is a revised article originally written in September 2014 when I started to play with Magento 2 for the first time. Since there were a lot of changes in Magento 2, this article also needed some refreshment. We will glance over the backend, and proceed with the development of a simple module. For this task, I picked up the payment gateway API integration. This relatively simple task will help us demonstrate some key changes in Magento 2.
More precisely, we will be focusing on implementation of Stripe payment gateway. Even though Stripe has a rich set of features, here we will be focusing only on most basic functionalities to get you started with Magento 2 extension development.Read more
In every development process you sometimes need to log variables or custom messages. Now, we will explain how to create a custom log. Magento 2 comes with built-in log facility which is based on Monolog library. You can find this package in the following location: “MAGENTO2_ROOT/vendor/monolog“.Read more
One of the biggest changes in Magento 2 is the usage of dependency injection design pattern. With this pattern, a lot has been changed inside codebase, and many new things have been introduced. In this article, I will try to explain the very basics of this design pattern, and its implementation in Magento 2 to help those who are beginners in the field of dependency injection.Read more