Full page cache extensions offers the best possible way to increase the speed of your Magento 2 website. Such modules automatically generate and deliver a page to a visitor who is on that page for the first time. The copy of this page is saved to cache. As a result, all pages of your Magento 2 website get cached copies which the system uses instead of generating new pages from scratch. Thus, full page caching reduces database and server loads and decreases page load time, so don’t hesitate to use Magento 2 full page cache extensions. Continue Reading
You can easily improve your conversions rate and increase sales by using various promotions. For instance, there is a good opportunity to run best daily deal, deal of the day, or any Groupon clone promotion on your Magento 2 website. You only need an appropriate Magento 2 extensions to be installed. The best Magento 2 deal-of-the-day extensions are gathered in this post. Continue Reading
In this post, we’ve gathered tools necessary for the Magento 2 development. There are both free and paid solutions aimed at debugging, extensions development, IDE plugins usage, unit testing, etc. Continue Reading
The importance of ecommerce constantly grows worldwide and especially in Europe. Since more and more customers choose online purchases, the new sector gains its influence on the European economy. Besides, the growing number of online enterprises creates a lot of new jobs. These and other factors turn ecommerce into a leverage of the European market. So, it is not surprising that there are Magento 2 extensions aimed at adopting the platform for the conditions of the European Union. We gathered the most useful Magento 2 European Union extensions in this post. Continue Reading
Did you know that SMS text messages can be used as automated abandoned-cart notifications, follow-up messages, or other similar notices. When it comes to running ecommerce SMS promotions, Magento 2 supports a lot of all possible customizations. Besides, the integration of such ecommerce capabilities requires minimum time and effort if you use an appropriate Magento 2 SMS integration extension. Continue Reading
Every PIM or product information management system relies on various processes and all possible technologies to centralize the flow of information related to products you sell through your enterprise. As a result, PIMs are often focused on data necessary for different market operations. Their major goal is to simplify the process of selling goods through one or more channels. So, if your Magento 2 website simultaneously works with several other channels, then PIM is a must-have solution. Continue Reading
Google provides us with services designed to improve a default ecommerce experience of every platform. You can easily leverage Google Merchant Center, Analytics, WebMaster, AdWords, or Trusted Shops in your online business. At the same time, it is possible to run an ecommerce business without integrating Magento 2 with these services, but there are no any reasons to avoid using them. Moreover, all the aforementioned tools enhance your store with lots of new opportunities. It is also necessary to mention that the Magento 2 Integration with Google Services is a relatively simple procedure. Continue Reading
Dependency injection is a special design pattern for software developed to implement control inversion and provide a program with the ability to follow the principle of dependency inversion. Spring, Glassfish HK2, Guice, Microsoft Managed Extensibility Framework and other application frameworks support dependency injection.
An injection is the passing of a service to a client (a dependency to a dependent object). The service is made part of the client’s state. The pattern is based on the next fundamental requirement: a service is passed to a client, instead of allowing a client to find the service. It separates the creation of client’s dependencies from its own behavior. As a result, program designs are loosely coupled and able to follow the single responsibility and dependency inversion principles. The opposite approach is implemented in the service locator pattern, which is designed to allow clients to get the information about the system used to find dependencies.