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Loaders are great for UX, it gives the user a feedback that some data crunching is going on, so they know that it's no point in trying to abuse the clicks, they just have to wait and that is just fine. BUT having to wait around 4s in order to see the product image is not just fine. I know that...

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When you are running an e-commerce store, inevitably you will experience shopping cart abandonment - customer adds items to their cart but leaves your site before checking out. According to Baymard Institute information, the average shopping cart abandonment rate is almost 70%. There are a number...

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After having worked on a few Magento 2 projects we've discovered that we've been repeating the same tasks over and over at the start of each project. Removing redundant navigation elements, changing header layout or including our handy LESS mixins are only a few of those tasks that we consta...

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As a frontend developer, there is a myth that CLI is for engineers or for sys admins and to don't touch it, but really, Magento 2 provides a straight forward list of commands and they can save you a lot of time on your development workflow.

What is CLI?

CLI stands for Command Line Interfac...

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There are times that you might want to give your client the ability to easily add or modify content on store front without using a full blown third-party extension. One common use case is a homepage slider or a simple content block in the sidebar with a catchy call to action. Using static bloc...

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We all know Magento is not the most welcoming environment for front-end developers. The basic set of tools that comes with the Magento 2 package is cumbersome to use and doesn't really help developers get the most out of their skill sets. Using Grunt to process LESS files is quite slow compa...

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