June 1, 2021
This July - in the European mornings of 12th and 13th - we are organizing our first Shopware PWA online training. We are pretty excited about this, not only because Shopware PWA is a great headless solution, but also because it is in fact our first Vue Storefront Next training. Here is what is up.
May 27, 2021
I've been training developers for years now and - with the danger of sounding arrogant - I've become pretty good at it: It is not only about outlining a certain technology, but it also about explaining things in the proper wordings, with simple examples, with advanced details, making all entertaining enough to listen to. But there's a catch.
May 13, 2021
The Hyva Theme is taken the Magento community by surprise. A pleasant surprise. Where everybody was just sinking away in disappointment about the Luma frontend not being improved for years, Willem Wigman stood up and created something better: Hyva was born. And I'm proud to say that I'm joining this fresh movement by providing proper training for it.
May 8, 2021
After some months of hard work, it is finally here: My Magento PWA Studio On-Demand training is now live. Not just videos, but full student notes, lab exercises and teacher support (from me) as well. If you are wondering how to get started with PWA Studio, you can either experiment on your own or take the fast track with this easy investment.
May 5, 2021
Service notice: We needed to move Reacticon 4 from June 2021 (a month away) to October 2021. Because of circumstances (both professional and personal) we felt it was a better idea to have a bit more time preparing for things. That being said, make sure to put it in your agenda because you do not want to miss this: October 11-15.
April 16, 2021
There used to be only one frontend for Magento 2: Based on XML layout, PHTML templating, LESS, RequireJS, KnockoutJS, jQuery and much more - the Luma frontend is highly extensible but therefore also highly complicated. However, we have seen a rise of new frontends in the last couple of years. And this brings up a vital question: Which frontend are you going to use?
April 11, 2021
I've heard it before: To use the
data-mage-init syntax for loading Magento scripts, instead of using a simple inline
require() call. Just because Magento says so. But is that really a good practice? Let's do a comparison.