In our last blog posts, we published the articles in which we informed you about the big changes/improvements in Magento 2.0 frontend engine. We reviewed about the best migration tool for migration from Magento1 to Magento 2 Platform. We informed you about all new and improved features presented by Magento. Today, we would like to focus on the advantages of magento 2.0 that will thrill you and you can yourself see the benefits these changes will bring.
There’s in excess of 240,000 shops on Magento out there or at least that’s the official figure, Magento 1.x that is. So, how should all these businesses approach this change?The questions we’ve been getting lately can be summed up in : When should we plan the upgrade to Magento 2? and How smooth or painful process can we expect? So, let’s try to answer these basic questions
Magento 2 comes with a distinctive set of improved frontend approaches compared to its predecessor Magento 1.X, today we will look under the hood of Magento 2.0 frontend engine. And describe the most interesting parts in details.
Probably the first thing you will do when starting a new Magento project will be to create a Magento theme that will have custom styling and functionality. Although creating a Magento theme is a pretty simple thing to do (just ask any certified frontend developer), by not following Magento recommendations and rules you can easily make your life a bit complicated. Today I’ll be taking a look into the basics of Magento Theme Development : How to Create a Magento theme from scratch.
When you are developing a website, you may find the need to log the variables or the custom messages created for the website. While Magento 2 has a built-in log facility based on Monolog library, there will come a time when you need to create a custom logging.You can find this package in the following location: “MAGENTO2_ROOT/vendor/monolog“.