In this Magento extension round-up, we quickly review some of the free extensions that were released in November, including developer tools, Magento 2 code migration, and an expanded flat rate shipping method.
In this Magento extension round-up, we quickly review some of the free extensions that were released in October, including admin activity and inventory logging solutions, order price and quantity restrictions, and events content.
In this Magento extension round-up, we quickly review some of the extensions that were released in September.
Looking to manage remarketing code or other third-party services on your site, without needing a developer to make every change? Tag Manager is a free service from Google which aims to address this common problem and give you the ability to easily add tags for Google Analytics, AdWords, tracking pixels and more. The Fontis Google Tag Manager extension for Magento will automatically export common Magento data so that it can be used in GTM.
Welcome to the sixth Magento extension round-up, where we quickly review some of the more notable extensions which were released in the past month.
Version 2.0 of the Fontis Composer Autoloader extension has been released, which brings a significant improvement to how Composer's autoloader is loaded.
PHP and Magento development has matured in the past few years. One of the biggest advances has been the widespread adoption of Composer, which has established itself as a de facto standard for the management of PHP packages and libraries. Today we are pleased to announce the introduction of Composer support for all of our Magento extensions, allowing developers to easily install, update and manage extensions registered to their Fontis account using Composer.
DynamoDB is a NoSQL database service provided by Amazon, offering features like easy scalability, high availability and data durability. These properties make it well suited to being used as a Magento session storage engine. The AWS PHP SDK already includes a PHP session handler, so in theory it should be a simple matter of including the SDK and configuring Magento to use it. In practice, it wasn't quite this straightforward.