Blog – Frontend
PWAs have become an indispensable part of my everyday life. In the conversations I have with shop operators and e-commerce managers of online shops, there is always the big question: When can I finally change my frontend? And which technology should I use?In this...read more
Now that the dust has settled after the inaugural Magento Live Europe conference in Barcelona, it’s a good time to recapitulate a smaller but evenly important event that happened just before in Eindhoven, the Netherlands: Reacticon v2 What is Reacticon? A conference...read more
Only 6 months after Reacticon, its successor Reacticon v2 is about to happen. We look forward to an interesting specialised conference in the Netherlands.read more
My review of the first Magento and Progessive Web App (PWA) related Reacticon conferenceread more
Over the last couple of years, the number of Magento related events has grown a lot. Meet Magento is all over the world, meetups regularly take place in many cities. In addition to these general events that often cater both business people and developers, we see...read more
This is part 3 of a series of blog posts on the topic of PWA. If you want to find out more about PWA for Magento in general, please read the first post of this series: PWA: A new Frontend for Magento 2 and why it is necessary. If you want to know...read more
DEITY is...read more
To understand why a new frontend technology is needed, we first have to shed some light on the current frontend...read more
I took the opportunity to join dotCSS Conference in Paris on a short term since I learned of the event just two days before schedule. It was quite a hustle, but I’m glad I took the opportunity, all turned out well and after all it was a great experience outside the...read more
The quest for (Developers) Paradise As the event site is located in the beautiful, but during off season quite remote, city of Opatija, we decided to start our #roadToDevParadise on Sunday. There were no convenient flights to surrounding regional airports like Rijeka...read more
During the last Firegento Hackathon in Paderborn, I worked in a group that concentrated on the improvements in Magento 2's frontend. Even though an extensive documentation is available, we had our troubles to get started. In order to make it easier to get started with...read more
Abstract Initial Situation Villeroy & Boch is a producer and merchant of high quality porcelain. Both wholesalers as well as customers are the target audience of Villeroy & Boch, addressed via a Magento multistore, translated in several languages. The existing...read more
A very common issue in 2014 was „I updated to Magento 1.8 and now my (login|cart) form is not working anymore". The reason for this happening was that starting with Magento 1.8, the form key was used in more forms as a security feature (it prevents CSRF attacks). But...read more
In the category “Frontend” you find blog posts that involve anything visible to the store’s customers in the frontend, as well as configurations and adjustments that have an immediate impact on visible parts of your store. The texts about User Interfaces (UI), User Experience (UX), optimization of navigation and technical aspects, such as a frontend development workflow to work on templates for Magento 2 are listed in this part of our blog.
Here, you can also read about our latest works with Progressive Web Apps (PWA) and Deity, a headless approach that uses the API of Magento 2 or another ecommerce platform.