We, the developer, should follow Magento best practices when building or enhancing an extension. This article can help us to follow coding best practices and understand some pitfalls what our extension can avoid. Best practices ensure that our developed extension behaves and functions correctly within the Magento application architecture.
Low stock Management in Magento Inventory stock in Magento are always confusing and it seems to me like the issue needs to be cleared up for some. It would be very helpful if you can get notified when any out of stock product gets back in stock and available for purchasing. Magento provide you that […]
Stock management is vitally important for your Magento 2 store. Having a low inventory, but not knowing, it can really lose your potential customer. This tutorial can help how to know your low inventories at prior.
Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) is a powerful tool for managing returns and/or exchanging items. There is no default RMA feature in Community Edition. If you use Magento community edition, you need to buy a third party RMA extension to give the return and exchange facilities to your customer. For Magento 2 store, you can see our Magento 2 RMA extension and its manual how to use it. But, in Enterprise Edition, both Magento 1 & 2 have RMA features. This tutorial describes how you can configure RMA in Magento 1 & 2 Enterprise Edition.
Magento 2 has a lot of innovation and excitement. Agile Codex is a Magento solution provider and has highly experienced Magento 2 developers. Magento 2 offers high quality performance and scalability, new features, and business agility and productivity improvements. It will definitely improve the whole landscape of eCommerce world.
First Steps: Ensure that you are login into the terminal using either as Magento file system owner (recommended) or as root user. If you are not sile system ownser, you need to put “sudo” before every command. Before doing the following commands, go to the Magento root Directory cd Module enable
How migration will work for you from Magento 1x to Magento 2? Migration to Magento 2 involves four major components: data, extensions, themes, and custom codes/designs. Particularly, we should migrate Products, Categories, Customers, Orders, Configurations, CMS pages/blocks, Websites/Stores, Media assets and other custom tables/codes if you have. We’ll follow the migration strategy so that Magento 1x doesn’t not go down when migrating to Magento2.
For anyone new to eCommerce, or indeed new to Magento, it can be quite daunting getting to grips with the various different product types available in Magento. We’ll discuss some of the less commonly used product types in a future article, but today we will tackle the difference between simple and configurable products, with some […]