Extending uRapidFlow with a New Profile Type in Magento 2

Posted by Navarr Barnier

September 12, 2016 | 10:30 AM

For a recent project, we created a brand new product type in Magento 2. Part of that implementation involved linking child products to a parent. There were a lot of these new product types, so it was very important to make them easily available for import and export.

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Topics: Magento, Magento Technical, Magento 2

An Introduction to Events in Magento 2

Posted by Navarr Barnier

April 20, 2016 | 10:30 AM

magento_2_events.pngMagento Events have been an impactful tool in Magento, and they have made the jump to Magento 2 as well. Events in Magento 2 have some changes and enhancements, however, so here is an introduction to events and some information on how to use them in Magento 2.

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Topics: Magento, Magento Technical, Magento 2

Briteskies' Favorite Third-Party Magento Modules: M2E

Posted by Hannah Gierosky

July 13, 2015 | 11:08 AM

We love working with Magento, and highly recommend it for our clients and their eCommerce needs. But, no platform is perfect, and that’s when third-party modules come in handy. They can be applied to your Magento site to fully leverage its power and utilize it to your business’ success.

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Topics: Magento, Magento Technical

Briteskies' Favorite Third-Party Magento Modules: Cart2Quote

Posted by Hannah Gierosky

July 8, 2015 | 2:26 PM

We love working with Magento, and highly recommend it for our clients and their eCommerce needs. But, no platform is perfect, and that’s when third-party modules come in handy. They can be applied to your Magento site to fully leverage its power and utilize it to your business’ success.

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Topics: Magento, Magento Technical

Briteskies' Favorite Third-Party Magento Modules: uDropShip

Posted by Hannah Gierosky

July 2, 2015 | 12:23 PM

We love working with Magento, and highly recommend it for our clients and their eCommerce needs. But, no platform is perfect, and that’s when third-party modules come in handy. They can be applied to your Magento site to fully leverage its power and utilize it to your business’ success.

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Topics: Magento, Magento Technical

Briteskies' Favorite Third-Party Magento Modules: uRapidFlow

Posted by Hannah Gierosky

June 24, 2015 | 11:15 AM

We love working with Magento, and highly recommend it for our clients and their eCommerce needs. But, no platform is perfect, and that’s when third-party modules come in handy. They can be applied to your Magento site to fully leverage its power and utilize it to your business’ success.

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Topics: Magento, Magento Technical

Magento Product Search Options

Posted by Matt Trimmer

May 18, 2015 | 10:28 AM

Product search is a crucial aspect of your site’s user experience and success. Poor search functions can be frustrating and can drive your customers to shop elsewhere. Searchers are some of your most valuable customers, so providing a robust search platform is incredibly important for business.   

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Topics: Magento, Magento Technical

Migrating Non-Magento Customers and Orders to a Magento Instance

Posted by Derrik Nyomo

April 20, 2015 | 12:39 PM

When a client approached our Magento development team with the hopes of turning 12 independently owned and operated sites into one instance of Magento, our team did not back away from the challenge.

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Topics: Magento, Magento Technical

Magento Indexing 101

Posted by Derrik Nyomo

January 15, 2015 | 9:51 AM

In a Magento store, merchant data is stored in database tables. This includes everything from catalog data and prices to individual user information. When a customer selects an item on a Magento eCommerce site, the system runs a query asking for all of the attributes related to that catalog product. Gathering that information can be time consuming and result in the customer bouncing from your site.

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Topics: Magento, Magento Technical

A Custom Solution for Creating Configurable Products

Posted by Katie Conaway

December 4, 2014 | 12:01 PM

 

What are Simple and Configurable Products?

Catalogs of an eCommerce site are typically made up of two types of products: simple and configurable. Simple products are those with no additional specifications or options, such as size or color. Configurable products are something with attributes that can be changed and specified. For example, a site selling shoes would have shoelaces, a simple product, as well as sneakers that come in different colors and sizes, a configurable product.

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Topics: Magento, Magento Technical

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