Hi everyone, in my first-ever article, I’ll show you how to setup your custom theme workflow in the latest Sylius release (1.3.0), powered with webpack and with latest Symfony 4 standards. If you haven’t read Stanislav’s articles about Sylius frontend overview and setting up a custom theme, go check it out so you can understand this part completely. 🙂 Read more
To continue contributing to the series of blog posts about Sylius theme development, I would like to dig deeper in creating and modifying the custom theme. I’ll write about the scenario where the client wants to implement a custom design and use their own theme for the frontend experience. There are also a few things to explain in term of Sylius theming, customizing template, and creating and using new custom theme, so I’ll cover that too. Read more
This post is for you if you are a frontend developer working on Sylius eCommerce platform and you want to build a custom theme for your client. Sylius is mostly oriented towards backend developers and frontend part is only necessary to show what can be built on top of the platform. Frontend segments don’t come with much documentation or guidance, and what is available will help you with the kick start, but after that, you are on your own.
But wait, please, don’t be scared, this platform is actually very easy to use and modify once you master it. In the end you will be able to create anything what you or your client wants. In the very near feature in one of the next releases we are looking forward to seeing a new default theme for Sylius that has all out of the box functionalities which will show the true power of Sylius and what can be built on top of it.
In the meantime, read on… Read more
What are fixtures in Sylius?
Fixtures are plain PHP objects that are designed to change current system state by either persisting some entities to the database, uploading files or doing anything else that you might require.
In this post we will be going through the process of creating a bundle and in it our custom fixture , assigning it to our suite. Read more