First of all, LAMP or LNMP programming packages should be installed according to the system requirements of Magento 1.x and Magento 2.0. If you have no idea what kind of packages it is, open Google and search for it (you’ll also learn how to install it). But be careful. It is likely that you’ll find…
Magento is a powerful system for modern e-commerce websites and as any system with wide range of features, it isn’t easy to masterate it. There is no any comprehensive manual, that will build a strong knowledge of all Magento coding aspects. But the problems that newcomers face with the system aren’t unique – every Magento developer has to overcome the same challenges that other developers did.
Initially, we’ve created this blog to build our internal knowledge base. But we understood that sharing information not only helps others but also helps us to get feedbacks and master our own skills. That’s why we decided to open the blog for all Magento developers on the web and build a roadmap for Magento beginners. Here you’ll find base Magento knowledge, coding tips, the examples of chosen solutions for complex problems, a new approach to popular tasks, and other useful information.
We do code for business. It means that we pay attention also for the time that the developer needs to spend on the code creation and implementation. No code masterpieces reuqired from our tem – just optimal, clean code, that takes into account performance and connected extensions.