Blog Posts / Magento

19.08.2020

Magento 1 to Magento 2: Don’t Delay The Migration

Magento

The last day of June 2020 marked the end of Adobe’s official support for Magento 1 (M1). What does this mean for companies that have online stores still using M1 and when should you consider migrating to Magento 2? To put this simply – even security patches will no longer be released. Together with the wider EOS (end-of-support), Adobe will not be...

01.08.2017

Hello World, or how to build the first module in Magento 2.1.5

Magento

Read this post to find out how to easily build your first module in Magento 2.1.5. By way of example, let me show you how to create a module that displays a “Hello World” message. To do this, we’ll use actions and a controller. Prepare We’ll use Magento v. 2.1.5 for this job. Before starting, look at the following...

19.07.2017

Automated tests and test pyramids in Magento 2 – check which can be useful

Magento

Software testing is a long and complex process. In the contemporary world, maintaining a high-quality product using only a manual approach to testing is difficult. Frequent changes that can affect large parts of the system require automation of certain areas. An agile approach to software development involves testing from the earliest possible stage of the...

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