Aheadworks promotes a very interesting partner product through its website. Although it is not a company’s extension, we’d like to draw your attention to the tool. As you might have guessed from the name, POS Integration is designed to connect your online and offline businesses. The tool supports 11 popular POS systems and works on a subscription basis. Below, we shed light on its core features, but note that the product was developed by Aheadworks’ partner, so it has its unique features and interface that are not common to company’s products. Continue Reading
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Below, we’d like to draw your attention to an advanced application aimed at making your admin routine more simple and less time-consuming. Magento Store Manager is a desktop-based tool that dramatically enhances the standard functionality of the default Magento admin. Besides, it adds POS functionality and tons of other lacking features. For example, the app lets you manage big amounts of product, inventory, customer, and order data simultaneously, applying various filters and search options and using advanced import/export functionality. Continue Reading
The Magento platform provides the ability to use subscriptions and recurring payments without any third parties, but you need a reliable extension in order to get maximum from this approach to payments. By using subscriptions and recurring payments, you enable your customers to purchase goods on your Magento website automatically on the basis of subscriptions. It makes sense to offer subscriptions and recurring payments for 2 categories of goods:
- products that constantly run out (for example, toiletries or pet food);
- products that come in new editions (for instance, newspapers and magazines or collectibles).
As a result, you significantly improve your user experience by eliminating the necessity to go through the buying process each time a customer wants to purchase something from the aforementioned categories.
In a few words, plugins are omnipresent in Magento 2 since they provide the ability to modify/replace behavior of any public method in the system. On the other hand, observers represent legacy extension mechanism of Magento 1. They are limited, so it’s better to avoid using observers. Continue Reading
We already have a lot of different digests related to various Magento 2 extensions, but if a wide variety of Magento 2 modules scares you, purchase a starter pack offered by a reliable Magento developer. In the nearest future, we are going to overview such sets produced by the most popular Magento companies, and today we will introduce you to M2 Extension Pack by Aheadworks.
So what is M2 Extension Pack? It’s a set of Magento 2 extensions by Aheadworks launched before March 31st, 2016. You pay only once and get an unlimited access to all these modules. Sounds intriguing, isn’t it? Continue Reading
To move Magento 2 root URL to another domain, you have to perform a procedure that is similar to one available in Magento 1.x. Note that Magento 2 has the similar to Magento 1 stores shop root URL available in the core_config_data database table. Furthermore, record paths are the same: web/unsecure/base_url and web/secure/base_url. Consequently, you it is possible to change root URL by SQL query: Continue Reading