Magento 2 Config Search

Do you remember, I recently wrote about implementation of a small but handy extension for config search in Magento1? I have become so used to it, that I had to do the same for Magento 2. And since I heard many rumors about improved contribution process to M2, I also decided to make it as a contribution and get my hands “dirty”.

Since the architecture of the framework has drastically changed, I expected many troubles. But in fact, it was even a little bit easier than for M1. From the development point of view it was definitely more pleasant to work with the code, but I also wanted to test the complete path to the fully merged pull request.

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Magento 2.0 Release

Finally Magento 2 has been released! I am especially glad as an ex-Magento employee. The Magento team has created a powerful and modern framework for eCommerce and I congratulate all of my ex-coworkers for this great milestone. But my post is not about that. Just after the release, there appeared a lot of blog posts that Magento 2 platform has changed the eCommerce world. But did it? In this post I am not going to describe all of the M2 bright sides (it has too many of them). My intend is to perform honest and objective M2 unboxing and to look inside of it from the point of view of the Magento community even if it’s going to be painful.

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Note: Magento 2 positions itself as an eCommerce solution and a ready-to-use product, not just a framework. Therefore my opinion about Magento 2 is based on this statement.

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