Everything you need to know is here, in an article written back in June 2016.
The biggest Magento conference in Europe is just around the corner, happening on the 22-23rd of October in Amsterdam. Lots of ExtDN members will be present as well – read here on who is going and what they are most looking forward to.
On Thursday, April 18th, MeetMagento Netherlands takes place in The Hague. Various of our ExtDN members are going over there, to talk about extension quality, security and PWA. Join them at our ExtDN booth and let’s improve this ecosystem.
Go to MeetMagento NL
Magento 2.3.0 is out. And I’ve heard from many developers that they are not sure if they want to upgrade to this new version, even though it brings so many cool new features. Here is my personal view on what kind of things might cause issues when you upgrade to Magento 2.3. Hopefully, it helps you decide how (and when) to benefit from this great new release anyway.
We get this question a lot, so thought it would be a good idea to write something down. While people often ask it as a yes/no question, the answer is not straightforward. Not because of PWA, but because the question is wrong. Or if you are too lazy to read: PWA is ready … but first, you need to learn how to start.
As we celebrated the first birthday of OneStepCheckout for Magento 2, more than ever we felt the need to educate the whole ecosystem about coding standards so that all solutions can. together, benefits merchants running on the Magento 2 platform.
With ExtDN, we feel the urge that code quality of Magento extensions should be improved. So we sat down and carefully phrased 8 hints for creating proper Magento 2 extensions: The DOs for Magento extension development. Here is a discussion of the first point: To use composer.
For some time now, Yireo is part of a network of Magento Extension Providers – ExtDN – which works to increase the quality level of Magento extensions. And I’m happy to announce that ExtDN is going to MeetMagento Poland this September.
As part of ExtDN (the Magento Extension Developers Network) we kicked off two initiatives at this year’s Imagine: Extension quality and extension interoperability.