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Few tips for Improving JavaScript Performance

April 23, 2019 // by Denis Saltanakhmedov

We think that JavaScript is a very important part of web developing today. But sometimes we do not think about simple tips that can increase the performance of the JS. In the post we try to overview some common issues of JS and also the simple solution that helps improve the performance of Magento site.

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Atwix MageNews - April 2019

April 2, 2019 // by Roman Glushko

Welcome to the April edition of the Atwix MageNews! We’ve prepared a roundup of the most exciting news that happened in Magento Community over the last month.
PageBuilder and Magento 2.3.1 releases, code quality tools, security updates and much more. You’ll find it all below, so let’s get started!

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Atwix MageNews - March 2019

March 4, 2019 // by Roman Glushko

Welcome to Atwix MageNews – March edition!
A recap of the most existing news that happened in Magento Community last month in our humble opinion: Magento 2.3.1, PWA, the Magento Association, collective community experience, thoughts, ideas and updates. Everything is in one place here, collected and brought to you with love.
So, without further ado, we are starting!

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Atwix MageNews - February 2019

February 8, 2019 // by Roman Glushko

Hello and welcome to Atwix MageNews!
This article reviews the most interesting and important topics that popped up in Magento Community last month in our humble opinion.
Without further ado, let’s start!

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Magento Contributions: 2018, 2019 and beyond

January 29, 2019 // by Viacheslav Kravchuk

Back in 2017 Magento has made a move which many of us couldn’t fully comprehend back then. It was a creation of the completely new business unit – Community Engineering department, and Max Yekaterynenko, Magento’s then Director of Development, became a head of it. First months it wasn’t quite clear what this department is aimed to do, but fast forward two years and we can surely tell that this initiative is one of the most successful Community initiatives Magento ever took.

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How to add custom layout handle to category in Magento 2

December 6, 2018 // by Burlacu Vasilii

In order to add a custom layout handle to category page, a (basic) Magento 2 module with these additional files and their content is needed:

1. The events.xml file to “subscribe” to the event and say which observer should be fired
2. An observer that adds a new layout handle to the page
3. A layout file that adds needed changes to the page

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Why attend Magento Imagine 2018?

April 13, 2018 // by Victoria Yashchuk

Recently Alex has listed what to expect from Magento Imagine 2018. What I am going to tell you today, is why Atwix team has never missed this event.

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Distributed Magento Contribution Day

February 28, 2018 // by Viacheslav Kravchuk

2017 has truly been the year of Community Engineering for Magento. For many years we’ve been hearing voices from the Magento community on how great would it be if we were allowed to work on fixing bugs and improving Magento core code… And now we’re living this dream. Moreover, this dream already delivers: 24% of the code shipped by Magento in 2017 came from the community. And all this came from 511 unique contributors. Impressive, isn’t it? And what’s helped the success?

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The best gifts for your company: BarCamp, Meetup, Contribution Day

December 5, 2017 // by Viacheslav Kravchuk

20th of November, 2017, has marked an important date in Atwix history – we turned seven. It has always been a dilemma of what to do for the birthday celebration and we often followed a default and obvious way – making a party. This time though, we thought – what if?

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Magento SUPEE-10415 security patch

November 29, 2017 // by Igor Furseev

A new Magento security patch SUPEE-10415 was released on November 28th of 2017. It adds some security enhancements to your store by changing more than 30 files. Let’s dive into the details of the code changes that the patch makes.

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