We love Magento for its community and for its technology. Since Magento 1.X we have been offering training but the real exciting changes (headless, microservices, SOA) are still ahead of us. And you can be sure that Yireo will be able to lead your developers the way.
|Traditional Magento 2 frontend||RequireJS, KnockoutJS, jQuery||Luma, Blank or Snowdog||Learn more|
|Magento PWA Studio||React, GraphQL||Venia UI + Peregrine||Learn more|
|Vue Storefront 1 & Next||Vue, NuxtJS||Capybara, Storefront UI||Learn more|
|Hyvä Themes||AlpineJS, TailwindCSS||Hyva Default Theme, Hyvä Admin||Learn more|
Overwhelmed by this magnitude options. Indeed, it slowly becomes challenging to pick the right frontend stack for your developers. Contact us for a consult to guide you into the frontend that fits you (and your clients) best.
For years, Yireo has been building Magento extensions - free and commercial - to add handy features to the Magento core. These extensions are not only a learning ground for Yireo, they also provide handles for third party developers. And additionally, we try to set examples by keeping code quality as high as we can, not only by following common standards like PSR-1, PSR-2, Object Calisthenics and SOLID principles, but also the consolidated Magento Coding Standard and ExtDN guidelines.
Once in 2017 (The Netherlands) and once in 2019 (Italy), MageTestFest formed the starting point for many developers to get started with testing seriously: Not only using proven methods like unit testing, integration testing and end-to-end testing, but also other topics like property-based testing, CI pipelines and MFTF were discussed. Because of this, it has been of great value for the professionalizing of the ecosystem. MageTestFest was organized by Yireo and the entire concept of having a single in-depth topic-specific event was a brainfart of Yireo.