This week has started with a new host country for Meet Magento and the most northern location for this event series in all of its history. Of course, as Atwix is a co-organiser of Meet Magento Ukraine, I couldn’t miss the chance to attend Stockholm and get to see how Meet Magento develops its presence there.
As you may know, Magento has 3 different ways of adding/changing translations (from highest to lowest priority):
Magento is a powerful and, at the same time, complex eCommerce system. One of the important parts of this system is a different events logging. After some time of functioning, Magento collects more and more events data and it might have the performance impact. Of course, the logs information can be cleaned manually in the database to avoid issues with performance, but this approach is not always handy. Therefore, in this article we want to review Magento logging system and built in tools for logs handling.
In one of our recent articles we have described Magento patch SUPEE-7405 installation and its code changes. But, as it turned out, this patch might cause some issues on the websites. And in order to reduce the number of issues Magento has released an update to the patch – SUPEE-7405 v1.1. It does not fix any security issues, meanwhile we would like to review what changes this update contains to understand its role:
When Magento releases new security patches, we sometimes get questions from clients on why should they invest money into having those patches applied. In this article we’ll describe the importance of the patches and emphasize their role in having your Magento website functioning properly.
Last week was loud in Magento Community, mostly due to two events that have happened in Europe. And while we have already shared our feedback from the Developers-focused Mage Titans Italy conference, it took me a little while to gather my thoughts about Magento Live France.
This year one of the very first events was Mage Titans – “A conference for Magento developers, designed & curated by Magento developers”. This time the event brought together Magento people in Milan.