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How to disable JavaScript bundling for particular page in Magento 2

November 28, 2018 // by Dmytro Cheshun

JavaScript bundling is an optimization technique you can use to reduce the number of server requests for JavaScript files. It is achieved by merging multiple JavaScript files together into one file to reduce the number of page requests. By default, Magento 2 allows excluding the particular JavaScript files from bundling by specifying the corresponding file in exclude node of the etc/view.xml file for a theme. However, sometimes it’s not enough.

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Session depersonalization in Magento 2, why and how?

September 27, 2018 // by Dmytro Cheshun

Most likely, at least once you faced the issue when customer session does not work except an account page etc. And usually, it’s not obvious why. Is it a bug? No, actually that is the case when it’s not a bug, it’s kind of feature.

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7 Ways to Make Magento 2 Theme Faster

April 12, 2018 // by Konstantin Gerasimov

Magento 2 is known to be a powerful and feature-rich eCommerce platform. It delivers decent page load times but might be quite sluggish under heavy customizations.

Part of the performance problem might be a poorly developed custom theme. On one hand the default Luma and Blank themes are quite fast. On the other hand some of the customized themes are slow and could make your online shop a nightmare to buy from.

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"View product" button on the product edit page in Magento admin

November 12, 2012 // by Nick Kravchuk

Hello dear friends. While working with Magento, many of you may have noticed that, when you manage products in the admin you need to see how the product looks on the frontend. Of course, you can open a new page, then open frontend search or write direct url address to this product page, as Magento does not have the button or direct link from the admin page to the frontend product page, but it is not very simple way. Let’s create module with this feature.

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Displaying a custom CMS attribute on the Magento frontend

June 5, 2012 // by Nick Kravchuk

In this article we would like to share with the community one of the ways to display a custom CMS attribute on the Magento frontend. In my previous article I have explained how to add a CMS attribute at the backend. Check it out here (Adding a custom attribute to the CMS page).

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