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In this video we are going to create our first Magento 2 module with all necessary files and configurations for the module to be enabled, registered in the Magento 2 application, installed in database. Also, we are going to publish our newly created module on GitHub.
In this video I will share top 10+ CLI commands I use on day-to-day basis while developing Magento 2 modules. There are over 60 commands comes out of box and it might be an impression that Magento 2 developer should know or use all of them.
Also, I am sharing my thoughts about potential commands which could be implemented and included into Magento 2 Community Edition.
Presented a topic about payment integrations and ways to build it in Magento 2 at Nomad Mage session, February 21, 2017
Installed Magento 2 extension for the Brazilian eCommerce website based on Magento 2.1.x version. There were few issues related to Magento 2 installation in vendor directory, however I sorted it out and successfully installed Magento 2 extension. Client is happy.
Accept payments online via Realex Payments for Magento 2 web store. This is one of the best in its class payment integration carefully implemented and tested by Developers specialising in Magento 2 (experts in payment integrations). The Realex Payments extension allows your customers to pay without leaving checkout user journey of a website. It also supports MOTO orders placed directly from Magento Admin panel. We are releasing new features and improvements regularly to ensure the best possible set of payment functionality.
Elavon Payment module allows you to fully manage the order life-cycle from the Magento Admin. Also, it gives different options for checkout payment user experience: built-in integration (Gateway API - PCI SAQ A-EP) and hosted payment page (Payment Page is hosted on Level 1 PCI Compliant Elavon server) which allows to have PCI compliant online website. More details: https://www.pronkoconsulting.com/magento2/elavon-payment
Magento 2 is not just a next version of Magento 1, it is a completely new framework. It introduces a bunch of new libraries and approaches, more opportunities to implement functionality better. This course covers things that each Magento 2 developer should know and apply in addition to just functionality implementation. The course starts with explaining how to get the most value of automated tests provided by Magento out of the box and how to cover your implementation with an appropriate type of test, to ensure a high level of quality.
Then you’ll learn about Magento 2 indexers, cache types and cron jobs. Keeping the cache and indexers utilised will ensure high website performance while organising cron jobs and moving some operations to asynchronous can help to improve performance even more.
Finally, the third section of the course is dedicated to migration from Magento 1 covering the usage of code and data migration tools.
The Irish Store was running on Magento 1 Community Edition, but as business grew, the brand saw the appeal of the flexible commerce solution offered by Magento 2. The Irish Store needed a site that fit them as perfectly as their finely-crafted Aran Cardigan fit customers. They decided to make the seamless migration to Magento 2 Community Edition. Migration of The Irish Store was awarded as the best migration from Magento 1 to Magento 2 on Magento Imagine 2017
Technical blog posts about Magento 2 development and everything around it.
Magento 2 is not just the next version of Magento 1, it is a completely new framework. It introduces a bunch of new libraries and approaches, with more opportunities to implement functionality better.
If you've used other marketplaces in the past, you've likely run across developers that weren't very good. At Commerce Hero, we vet all Magento developers personally.
Our developers aren't cheap, but you can see right up front what their rates are. Why go through a song and dance with a sales person just to find out what their rates are?
If you've worked with freelancers in the past, you know their availability is subject to change. We eliminate the uncertainty by showing you their availability at a glance.
Magento is a complex system, and even the strongest Magento developers have areas of specialty. Find developers with experience in the specific areas you need.
Drill down to find exactly the developer you need. Search by location to find a developer in your area. You can also search by skill set, their rates, reviews, and more.
The price is right, at no cost to you, the hiring company. We charge developers a small percentage of projects that are booked through Commerce Hero.
Very curious to see how @commercehero works out!— Vinai (@VinaiKopp) October 5, 2016
Might be just the right thing to connect quality merchants and devs!
@commercehero is perfect for the Magento Community. A directory of quality devs (heros) to keep out the slop.— Jason Grim (@jsonArray) October 5, 2016
@commercehero A gap thats needed filling in a messy market for a while. Great concept, easy to use. Everyone wins. Top job guys.— Tom Burman (@tom_burman) October 5, 2016
We charge a percentage of referred projects (or full time hires). In the case of projects we'll charge the company being hired, and in the case of recruiting we'll likely charge the hiring company.
We will be initially targeting North America and major European markets. We will eventually get to other markets as well. This will simplify a number of factors for us including quality.
Nope - in fact we won't even allow developers to charge fees that are lower than what we consider reasonable for quality Magento development work. This service is all about quality.
While we would greatly encourage all hiring companies to consider remote developers, we will also be offering some support for hiring locally as well, including outreach to specific markets.
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Kalen Jordan has been involved in the Magento community for several years - having founded a SaaS app for Magento, cohosted the Magento community podcast, and contributed to many open source projects. Kalen is passionate about building a marketplace to connect great developers with great merchants and agencies.
Eric Hileman has been working with Magento since 2009, having built a Magento-specialized hosting company. With so many of MageMojo's customers struggling to find good help when it comes to Magento development, Eric has experience first-hand the need for a quality marketplace to bring great developers and merchants together.