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When a team is working on a project we often meet the similar issue: how to divide the work so as not to interfere with each other and avoid conflicts. testing and error correction split on version and demonstration of the project at different stages for the customer Here we will go through two versions of the workflow, the first version was born because of a lack of financial...

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Exporting your Magento 2.x data can sometimes be a tricky task. This is a common issue that happened after migration from Magento 1 to  Magento 2. You may face the absence of half of the information about products which happened during the export to the CSV file. For instance, only 10 of the (conditional) attributes were downloaded. And it is difficult to determine the reason...

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It is known that between Magento 1 EE and CE there are few differences and given the large number of extensions, many site owners achieve the same performance from the Magento 1 Community website, as well as Magento Enterprise. However, with Magento 2, the gap in functionality between M2 EE and CE has increased significantly. It seems that Magento invests in adding features and supporting only...

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Magento collections when setPageSize and pagination does not work We decided to write about a problem that sometimes occurs everywhere where collections are used: goods, news, blog, etc.The problem is that you are trying to set a limit for the collection, but it does not work, so pagination does not work either. If you select any page, you are always on the first page where all...

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Some Magento developers have been challenges that the user session does not contain data. The most common problems: user can not log in to the store; user's comment comes as from guest; do not load user data for forms. The issue is often difficult to diagnose and accordingly the cause of its occurrence is not always obvious, although this can be solved quite quickly. List of events that will help...

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Wikipedia, which very laconically gives a description that an application programming interface (API) is a set of subroutine definitions, protocols, and tools for building application software. In general terms, it is a set of clearly defined methods of communication between various software components. Why is it necessary and where is it used? frontend - backend integration integration website with mobile applications on iOS / Android integration website with other...

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A growing number of companies tend to a big source of profit off endless growth the Internet offers to businesses and start to be digital. Marketing researches predict that online sales gain an increasing power: the number of internet buyers worldwide will reach over 2 billion by 2020. Both a beginner that has just decided on starting the online sales and a shark businessman that has years of online...

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 It often happens that in the development process the front-end developer face the problem how to get the sprites to be responsive. For, on the one hand, sprites help in the optimization of the page, but on the other hand they are absolutely not adaptive, which in the current realities is a significant drawback.  To make icons responsive we need to set sizes according to their...

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          The Internet commerce market is growing year after year. Analysts predict that 20% of all purchases will be made on-line in 2020. That are why such platforms for e-Commerce as Magento Commerce, have become so popular today.             If you've been thinking about moving to the e-commerce market, it's time to start turning ideas into reality. Trouble is, where to begin?...

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If you are developing some app/project or supporting a code that was written previously or an existing project, probably you have already used a profiler or debugger to find out “bottlenecks”, which caused an unobvious load. The decision or the problem, which are described below, may be related not only to the developer but also to the owners of the projects. There are many different ways...

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