Ioncube loaders are supported/installed already with all hosting providers now a days. The easy and speedy process is to contact your hosting support to enable ioncube for your hosting account. Or to yourself consult your hosting support forums, FAq section to do it yourself. (more…)
After a lot of Googling and reviewed Magento 2 documents, here are the most useful commands that you need to frequently run. For the use these commands we have to SSH access to server or we can run using command line from a local server.
I hope following Magento Command Line commands helped you to find what you were looking for. This is a comprehensive list of all useful Magento 2 commands.
Setup Upgrade: php bin/magento setup:upgrade (more…)
On this blog I will explain you what is the difference between WAMP, LAMP, MAMP AND XAMPP. All these are used for PHP website and act as a local server. So with the help of this you can test your website first locally then upload to the server with any error and bugs. (more…)
I’d recommend you to use Laravel, because of it’s advantages:
– a framework that is easy to learn;
– simple unit testing;
– Composer for dependency management;
– a rising star in the PHP community; (more…)
Project management methods are the one by one directives that assist in developing effective software projects. With so many diverse and overlapping approaches to handle the complexities of a project, the most difficult part is to decide which methodology will be effective for you. (more…)
I just observe and came up with this surprising finding. If you’re losing a good employee, look to their immediate manager because good managers usually develop good loyal, happy staff… More than any quite, taking their knowledge, experience and contacts with them. Often, straight to the competition. (more…)
If you are using Magento to run your e-commerce website, it’s time for you to update the CMS (content management system) now. Millions of online merchants are at risk of hijacking attacks due to a number of critical cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities in the Magento, the most popular e-commerce platform owned by eBay. (more…)
Regardless of which office tool you use to track the whereabouts and activities of employees, make certain all employees use it to notify the rest of the team when they are traveling, at a client site, working from home or on vacation. Build an infrastructure that allows server and email access no matter where an individual’s location-whether home, office conference room, training room, airport or taxi.
Encourage employees to share their cell phone numbers with co-workers, so they can be contacted when out of the office. Make sure all employees respect the privacy of their co-workers and keep all shared cell numbers confidential. Finally, train employees in technology that allows and encourages remote sharing of information so they can work in virtual mode whenever it is most efficient. Employees may surprise you with the additional work they can complete outside the regular 8 to 5 routine when the proper systems are put in place for continuous access.
For your infrastructure to function properly, it is just as important that employees have access to managers when outside the office as to their fellow employees. An “open door” policy is most effective when the manager can be reached via email, phone, text messaging or other means, especially when that manager typically makes critical decisions throughout the workday. In many companies, managers must be willing to make themselves available during off-hours or weekends.
Evince Introduces Magento 2 Module Creator Tool that Produces Extension Prototypes and Templates Fast and Easy
Magento is the most popular e-commerce platform in the world, and November 2015 was one of the key months for the platform establishment, as the second version of Magento was released for general availability. (more…)