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Sequence of Magento 2 Install / Upgrade / Recurring scripts

Sequence of Magento 2 Install / Upgrade / Recurring scripts

Preamble In one of my last tasks I had to write an upgrade script in which an assignment of a newly created frontend theme to some of the stores should be implemented. The following code-part describes what I did here:

As I already had an InstallData Script in the module and it already has run on some dev machines and staging systems, I put the following code to the newly created UpgradeData script. The problem The code in the…

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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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Use Swagger to generate a full functional Magento API Client

Use Swagger to generate a full functional Magento API Client

Magento 2 comes with a nice swagger schema which describes the Webapi. The Magento guys were very clever to choose swagger. It not only comes with a schema, but moreover it is a complete interactive API client as well. A swagger schema is a JSON document to formalize the REST API. Formalized documents have the big advantage that you can process the data with a machine. One idea I had was to create a PHP API for the Magento 2 API. Fortunately the swagger…

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Nice to know: Install N98-Magerun via Composer

Nice to know: Install N98-Magerun via Composer

There is a so far merely undocumented installation procedure for Magerun that is extremely handy in project configurations. You just require Magerun within the Magento project and you can then execute it from the vendor’s bin folder:

Afterwards if you commit the composer.json  and composer.lock  files it is a take-away for the whole team. So it is regardless whether you’re running it locally, inside a docker container or a complete different system. After composer install, n98-magerun2 is available…

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Introducing MageDeploy2

Introducing MageDeploy2

In our recent post series about Deploying Magento2 using Jenkins and deployer I was showing you how our Deployments are set up. In case you haven’t read them and are interested in the details here are the links: History and Overview of Magento2 Deployment Jenkins Build-Pipeline Setup (building assets, controlling the deployment) Releasing to Production (delivering code and assets, managing releases) Future Prospect (cloud deployment, artifacts) During the time of writing those articles I realized quite some improvements and generalizations that could be…

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Deploying Magento2 – Future Prospects [4/4]

Deploying Magento2 – Future Prospects [4/4]

This post is part of series: History and Overview of Magento2 Deployment Jenkins Build-Pipeline Setup (building assets, controlling the deployment) Releasing to Production (delivering code and assets, managing releases) Future Prospect (cloud deployment, artifacts) Recap In the previous posts we dived into our Deployment Pipeline and the Release to the staging or production environments. You should check those posts first before reading this one. In this post we will share our thoughts on where we want to go with our…

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