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Reacticon part I is complete

Wow, that was amazing. Last weekend, we wrapped up Reacticon - a Magento developer conference focused entirely on PWA technology. It had some unexpected edges. And it was awesome!

Written by Jisse Reitsma on 19 Mar 2018

Yireo and Deity working together

We are proud to announce that Deity and Yireo are going to work closer and closer together. Deity is a new player in the Magento game, offering a PWA stack to Magento developers to easily build a PWA. Let's see what is playing.

Written by Jisse Reitsma on 25 Feb 2018

Magent 2 observer or Plugin?

Within the Magento 2 architecture, there are numerous ways of changing the behaviour of the original code. Dependency Injection allows for tricks with types and virtual types. However, the three main ways of modifying original code are preferences, observers and Plugins.

Written by Jisse Reitsma on 9 Feb 2018

Second time Magento Master

I'm proud to have been announced as a second time Magento Master - again in the same category Mover. Thanks so much, Magento, for giving me this title. It helps. It helps moving developers even more.

Written by Jisse Reitsma on 7 Feb 2018

Is PWA really the next thing?

Now that Magento has announced Magento PWA Studio to be upcoming, more or less simultaneously with the release of Magento 2.3 (which focuses heavily on making PWAs possible in the first place), the market is on the move. Is PWA really going to be the next thing? What is it all about?

Written by Jisse Reitsma on 7 Feb 2018

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