Posts tagged with tag: 'development'
In the part 2 we have described the powerfulness of terminal multiplexers and reviewed one of the most popular terminal utilities – Tmux. Such kind of multiplexers might greatly boost your performance in handling different CLI operations. Let’s go forward and imagine the trivial situation, when you have created your own handy CLI environment with many terminal windows in one tab or so. You have everything under your hand but sooner or later you have to reboot your computer because of a new system update or installing some applications that require the system restart. In this case, your terminal multiplexer process will be shut down and you will lose all your settings. Fortunately, there are few lovely utilities that help save all your windows/tabs configurations and allow to recreate the entire tabs with windows.
In the previous article we wrote about few improvements that you can implement for your Command Line Interface (CLI). But “Perfection knows no limits” and in this article we would like to dig deeper and describe few additional solutions that will make your CLI more powerful in your hands. Many developers/system administrators sooner or later face with the situation when one terminal window or even few terminal tabs is not the most convenient solution. You want to have everything close at hand: to see all terminal windows at the same time. Sure, you can tile all terminal windows or improvise in some other way but for making the things easier let’s give a shot for a terminal multiplexer.
In our previous article we have discussed how to add tabs to the product page. After Magento 1.9 has been released people started asking how to handle the product page tabs since the previous method caused different troubles. The reason is in the modern RWD theme, which goes out of the box with Magento 1.9. It uses slightly different method for adding tabs than in the previous versions. So, let’s review how you can easily add own tabs on the product page for RWD-based themes in Magento CE 1.9.