Today I’d like to guide you through the process of creating Custom API in Magento 2.
At first we must create the primary files of a module.
We continue an overview of Prestashop 1.7 and let’s cover another very important topic for newcomers. For example, your business is connected with selling apparel, so almost every model of shirt or dress has its own attributes. Let it be size, color or material, therefore your customers have a choice and they are able to find a certain product that suits them. So how to add attributes to the products and give more options to your customers during they are shopping? Let’s have a look at it:
In the following article I would like to share my experience of Custom Product Type creation and I’d like to guide you how to import it to the system in specific way.
Some people think that sunglasses are just an element that helps to protect eyes from straight and bright sun rays.
For the purpose of speeding up Magento frontend performance, some tasks are executed in separate processes in the background. Stock updating, cache flushing, catalog updating, product price calculating: these are very heavy and time-consuming processes, that’s why as general they are executed in the background and usually by Cron. The description of how to add 3 processes in Cron you can find in Magento 2 Developer Documentation.
This article is dedicated to the Model-view-controller in Prestashop CMS. Due to the amount of information we decided to divide it into 3 parts. In the following part we are going to consider basic principles of creation and operation with a model. Moreover, you can find some information regarding this subject under the following link.