Below, I shed light on cache management in Magento 2. Since the second version of the platform differs from the current one, it is vitally important to understand all the nuances related to Magento 2 Cache Management. Let’s start with cache types available in Magento 2.
Today, I’m going to talk about MongoDB – a cross-platform document-oriented database widely utilized in web development. Since it has various ranges of use, including ecommerce, MongoDB really deserves attention. Below, I’ll cover all major aspects related to the database. Thus, the following MongoDB tutorial will be useful for both ecommerce merchants and developers unfamiliar with the subject. Continue Reading
In a continuation of our journey into the world of Node.js, I’ve studied a bunch of tools and frameworks aimed at extending the functionality of the platform. Since solutions like Hapi.js and Express.js simplify some routine processes and lead to better results, I’ve described the best Node.js frameworks and tools below. If you are not yet familiar with Node.js, examine the following posts:
Despite you can cache static cms pages, like products and categories, using Full Page Cache along with a fast backend cache storage, such as Redis or Memcached, you will still have slow dynamic pages. Thus, it is vital to increase checkout and add to cart speed in your Magento setup. There are also problems related to PHP / web server, which slow down your website. Below, I’ll teach you how to improve default performance, making your customers loyal to your brand. Continue Reading
Today I am going to talk about Node.js – an open source environment optimised for easy building. Since Node.js is going to be among key coding trends of the nearest future, I’ve decided to describe this platform through a series of blog posts on Firebear.
If you are new to Magento, I recommend you to check this ultimate Magento 1 developer resource list. Below, I provide three groups of resources: for Magento newbies, beginners, and developers.
Everything you need to know about Magento is described in the “Magento DIY. The complete Guide” book, which covers such important aspects as SEO, performance, and security. It teaches how to run a successful marketing campaign and create a top-notch user experience. Furthermore, “Magento DIY” shows how to get all Enterprise-level features on the basis of the Community Edition platform and implement opportunities which are not available in both editions out-of-the-box. For further information about the book, examine the link below: