In December 2019 and January 2020 I worked on a project to migrate Magento 2.2.x Bluefoot content and custom content types to Magento 2.3.3. Pagebuilder. This is for an international ecommerce fashion merchant, a content heavy multi site store with lots of beautiful and carefully crafted content and Bluefoot customizations that all needed to be ported. So in addition to coding the custom PageBuilder migration and content type modules, this also involved extensive consulting with e-commerce delivery management and content team, to prepare for a smooth go live. Making sure that the pages still looked as smooth after migration as they did before. Which we succeeded in!
A great remote job opportunity working 5 months on a Magento 1 to Magento 2 Commerce re-platform for a large international women's fashion store. I am part of a large (+20) professional team of in-house and external Magento developers, business analysts, UX specialists and testers. This requires both good development - and communication skills (communication is mostly done via Skype, Slack and Jira). The front-end requirements and designs are very detailed and well thought out, which requires eye for detail. The project uses modern front-end tooling and frameworks like Webpack, Gulp, Sass, ES6, Handlebars and React. In addition to the day to day front-end development I also work as consultant, advising the organisation about a short and long-term webperformance strategy.
This is a talk I gave at Mage Titans Italy in June 2017 on the BlueFoot CMS system for Magento 2.
It dives into the structural makeup of BlueFoot 'Page Builder Blocks' (content blocks) and provides an overview of how to add a new content block by running through building an example 'list builder' block.
Following this further customisation ideas and a look at what the future holds for BlueFoot are discussed.
Focus bikes is a international Enterprise magento 2 site using several techniques like:
I worked on this project a Lead Developer.
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