One of the most powerful elements of the Magento e-commerce system is the System Admin Config section. As a developer, will it allow you to quickly and easily set, elements that allow your end-users to their system and your Magento custom modules to configure.
Like a lot of things in Magento can be intimidating the first time you try to install a new configuration section from scratch, but once you done it once the power of (almost) code will form a less addictive. Let us begin.
Originally as a PHP programmer, if you wanted to gather together a group of related variables that you had a choice, the venerable Array. Although it shares a name with C's array of memory addresses, a PHP array is a general purpose dictionary like object with the behavior of a numerically indexed array variable.
In other languages, the choice is not so simple. You have several data structures to choose from, each with specific advantages in storage, speed and semantics. The PHP philosophy was to remove that choice from the client programmer and give them a useful data structure that was “good enough”. I have long held that PHP arrays are a major reason for the popularity of the platform.
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)
This article will answers all problem related to attributes group and show you how to access attributes group linked on specific attribute_set_info and get attribute group name, group id via entity_attribute_group.
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The implementation of a “Tier Models” is a large part of an MVC framework. It represents the details of your application, and most applications are useless without data. Magento Models play an even greater role, because they usually contain the “Business Logic” that often (good or bad) are relegated to the controller helper methods or other PHP MVC frameworks.
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 discussed in earlier articles. If you are confused, especially to catch up on the earlier work first.
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