Get PDF files by Magento Webapi

Get PDF files by Magento Webapi

Magento 2 comes with a modern REST interface. One of the advantages of the REST interface is that it can handle multiple response types. A client can request data from the server with a list of acceptable response formats. Out of the box Magento 2 supports two types. It comes with JSON and XML support. You can test it with a simple call to your local store.

If you omit the accept header the server will return JSON as…

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Think outside the box (1/4): Magento 2 as API framework

Think outside the box (1/4): Magento 2 as API framework

As the title of this article may indicate, it’s the first article in a series of four. Each one of them will focus on one topic, that covers unusual approaches, that could be handled with Magento 2 – if you think outside the box. In this article, we will cover the web-API and how to use Magento 2 as a standalone API-framework. If the web-API is new to you, I recommend to read the development documentation of it first: Magento…

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PSR-7 Standard – Part 2 – Request and URI

PSR-7 Standard – Part 2 – Request and URI

This post is part of series: Part 1: Overview Part 2: Request and URI Part 3: Response Part 4: File Uploads Part 5: HTTP-Client Part 6: Server Request Part 7: Middleware Part 8: Usage in a Magento module In the last blog post we described the history of PSR-7. The standard contains only interfaces. Today we start with the first two interfaces. The RequestInterface and the UriInterface. What is a HTTP Request? To start we create a little server simulation script with this content:…

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Recap Meet Magento 2017 Germany

Recap Meet Magento 2017 Germany

After attending my 10th Meet Magento in Germany (yes I missed one) and coming back to work, I think it is time for a short recap. This years Meet Magento probably was the biggest one in terms of number of attendants (800, according to the organizers). The location was at it’s limits for that amount of people. Luckily the weather was sunny so people could get outside and get some space. The next years Meet Magento will probably / hopefully…

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Review of the Magento Imagine 2017 from a personal point of view and a frontend perspective

Review of the Magento Imagine 2017 from a personal point of view and a frontend perspective

The Imagine: The Magento event as such! To me as an USA newbie on the one hand interesting because the conference takes place in Las Vegas, to me as a frontend developer on the other hand interesting because you can learn much about how Magento itself, but the community as well – like other developers, agencies and webshop operators – are working with the e-commerce platform and continuously developing it further. Let’s start at the beginning: Las Vegas is truly…

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My personal recap of Magento Imagine 2017 in Las Vegas

My personal recap of Magento Imagine 2017 in Las Vegas

It was the second time that I attended the Magento Imagine. Last year the conference was characterized by the motto „We are Magento“. This year the word „E-Commerce Platform“ stays in my mind. Before I start my summary of the conference, I would like to tell a little bit about our trip … We startet our #RoadToImagine from Frankfurt/Main. After a 9h flight we (Maria, Ralf, Alex and me) arrived in Houston (Texas). There we had time to grab some pizzas after a…

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Use EavSetup to Import Attributes

Use EavSetup to Import Attributes

I recently had the issue that I needed to use the \Magento\Eav\Setup\EavSetup outside the setup-context. To be a bit more concrete, I wanted to import attribute-sets, attributes and attribute-options without using an install-script. My first idea was in magento2 you can easily inject the ‘EavSetup’ via constructor injection and then use it in your own class First try So I injected into my class which worked out well in the development-mode.

But using the same code with the production-mode a…

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