Atwix MageNews - June 2019
This is the fifth edition of #MageNews and it’s going to leave you no chance to miss any of exiting and important insights and news from Magento Imagine 2019 and awesome Magento Community which proceeds to update us in an absolutely incredible way.
No time to wait. So let’s get it started!
Atwix MageNews - May 2019
What date is it? It’s already May! This means that it’s time for a new Atwix MageNews Digest ?
Atwix #MageNews is a Magento Community monthly roundup which highlights the most exciting and important updates that have landed within the past month.
Magento Imagine 2019 predictions and expectations
Magento Imagine is the biggest event in Magento ecosystem gathering merchants, developers, solution partners, and system integrators from around the globe to share the latest news and trends and see what Magento and commerce in general, have in store for the year to come. Imagine 2019 will traditionally take place at the Wynn hotel in Las Vegas on May 13-15th.
Atwix MageNews - April 2019
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!
Atwix MageNews - March 2019
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!
Magento Contributions: 2018, 2019 and beyond
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.
How to add custom layout handle to category in Magento 2
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:
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 ↵