The appearance of Node.js made a great resonance in the coding community. The solution has simplified a lot of complicated processes, introduced new features, and made development much more user-friendly. The influence of the platform is constantly growing and as a result we can see big companies using Node.js in production. So let’s figure out how much enterprise ready is Node. Continue Reading
Today, we will shed light on such an important aspect of the platform as Magento 2 system requirements. The topic is hard to overestimate, since compliance with the below conditions will help you utilize all new features and opportunities introduced in the Magento version 2. Overwise, the new ecommerce platform will be hulking and you will never get all its benefits. Now, when the importance of the following article is obvious, we can discuss Magento’s updated technology stack and its requirements. Continue Reading
Being a software architecture style, microservices introduce a revolutionary approach to apps: they are no longer a monolithic structure, but a complex system composed of small particles and independent processes which communicate with each other via language-agnostic APIs. This particles and processes are represented by various services, which are highly decoupled and designed to run the smallest tasks that results in a modular approach to system-building. All micro services are easy to replace, since they run in a symmetrical architecture instead of common hierarchical, and you can implement them via various hardware and software solutions depending on what fits best. The potential of microservices is huge, so we will describe them from the perspective of ecommerce and Magento. Below, you will find a brief description of microservices, some useful links, and the best platforms designed for this software architecture style. Continue Reading
We’ve recently covered such important topic as Magento 2 components, so it’s time to shed light on the Magento 2 Component Manager. Below, you will find a brief description of this solution, which is available in Magento 2 after you install the Magento application. The purpose of the component manager is simple – it helps to keep all modules, themes, language packages (Magento 2 components) up to date. Continue Reading
Below, you will find a post about the definition, installation, and structure of Magento 2 components. If you are new to the platform, the following information will help you get a deeper insight into Magento 2. If you do not understand the difference between modules and components or have no ideas about the Magento 2 component structure, then you’ve come to the right place.