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MVC Developers Part 6 – Entity Attribute Value

In our last article we told you there were two types of models in Magento. Regular, or “simple” models, and entity attribute value (or EAV) model. We also told you this was a bit of a fib. Here is where we come clean.

The following is part of a longer series on Magento aimed at developers familiar with PHP MVC development. Although each article can be read stand alone, each article is based on concepts and code covered in previous articles. If you are confused, especially to catch up on the earlier work first.

Magento Model Code Generation

This is a quick one for advanced users, is a recent problem, I answered StackOverflow inspired.

Magento as well as about an abstract system as one of the advantages is the opportunity it presents metaprogramming. Drops action in a controller (which is the following code, you can define an internal function in PHP)

MVC Developers Part 2 – Magento Controller Shipping and Hello World

The Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture traces its roots back to the programming language Smalltalk and Xerox Parc. Since then, many systems to describe their architecture and MVC. Each system is different, but they all have the goal of separating data access, business logic and user interface code from each other.

The architecture of PHP MVC frameworks, most will look something like this.

Magento Developer Certification Topics Index

1 – Basics This topic comprises approximately 5% of the exam. Questions are drawn randomly from the following objectives: Fundamentals ○ Describe and apply basic principles and processes of Object Oriented Programming (OOP) and Model-View-Controller (MVC) to build Magento websites ○ Identify and describe the principles of Event-Driven Architecture (EDA) …

How to import products with custom options in Magento

To add this customization to your magento store first copy app/code/core/Mage/Catalog/Model/Convert/Adapter/Product.php to app/code/local/Mage/Catalog/Model/Convert/Adapter/Product.php. This will prevent upgrades from overwriting your changes. Next you need to add some code to “local” version of Product.php (code/local/Mage/Catalog/Model/Convert/Adapter/Product.php). The line numbers below correspond to version 1.3 they may be a bit different in older versions. …