The leading online business solution Magento exists for 5 years. It has been downloaded over 4 million times, and now Magento 2.0 is on the way, so get ready for the New Year present. In this article, you can find information about most exciting features of Magento 2.0.
UPD (August 2014) – In March 2015, we will see the first Magento 2 release candidate. Magento 2 beta release is planned for December 2015. This information appeared after few years of speculation, but now the Magento 2 road map is official and all rumors are dispelled.
Below, we discuss such an important topic as the Magento 2 shipping methods implementation. The article includes useful Magento 2 tutorials and the description of sample third party extensions as well as core Magento 2 modules. If you are going to master the implementation of shipping methods in Magento 2, the following post can help you achieve your goal. Continue Reading
If you’re developing or deploying a payment gateway in Magento 2, you may face different challenges related to various stages of your project. In the following post, we’ve gathered all major tips, tricks, and tutorials related to the Magento 2 payment gatewaysimplementation, so it can essentially simplify your daily work with the platform. Let’s start with some key aspects that you will probably have to master while deploying a payment system within your Magento 2 website. Continue Reading
Being a jQuery UI widgetMagento 2 media browser provides administrators with the ability to use a media library. Thus, they can easily upload images to media library and choose images from it. Continue Reading
There is no class Magento\Catalog\Block\Product\Widget\Linkin the the catalog_product_linkwidget declaration, since it is a virtual type. Besides, Magento\Catalog\Block\Product\Widget\Linkis an alias to Magento\Catalog\Block\Widget\Link with a custom dependency injection. Please note that an argument entityResourcehas the Magento\Catalog\Model\ResourceModel\Product type. Continue Reading
For the standard jQuery .submit()method your submit event handler will be triggered after the standard form validation, but it could be inconvenient. Luckily, Magento 2 backend forms fire a custom beforeSubmit event: Continue Reading