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Category: Magento

Below you'll find all the Magento articles on the site, followed by a chronological listing of the same. You may also browse the 12 series directly via the following links. Miscellaneous Magento Articles, Pulse Storm Posts, Learning Magento with Commerce Bug, Magento for PHP MVC Developers, The Magento API, Magento Projects, The Magento 2 Object System, Magento Pulse Storm Launcher, The Magento Config, Revisited, In Depth Magento Dispatch, Magento Javascript Code, and, Posts Inspired by Magento Imagine.


Two big announcements. The first, which you already know if you've been paying attention, is I'll be speaking at the Magento Developers Paradise conference in (!) less than a week. In addition to my first conference speaking gig, this will be my first


Magento Setup Resources

On any fast paced software development project, the task of keeping the development and production databases in sync become a sticky wicket. Magento offers a system to create a versioned resource migration scripts that can help your team deal with this often contentious part


Layouts, Blocks and Templates

Update: In researching No Frills Magento Layout it became apparent that this article contains incorrect and misleading information. Specifically, the sections on block and reference tags is incorrect. The article still contains useful context (handles, layout XML, etc.), so I'm letting it stand


The Magento Config

The config is the beating heart of the Magento System. It describe, in whole, almost any module/model/class/template/etc than you'll need to access. It's a level of abstraction that most PHP developers aren't used to working with, and while it adds development time in the

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