How to use Magento 2's new in-built A/B testing tool

One of the best-kept secrets of Magento 2 is that it is the first version of Magento that offers ‘out of the box' ability to do A/B testing - no need for plugins, or custom development. If you are using Magento 2 Enterprise edition, it's ready for you. There is scarcely a mention of this in the official user guide, so here’s our tutorial for A/B testing with Magento 2.

Magento 2 tutorial: how to install with Composer

Welcome to our Magento 2 pocket guide for Composer. This guide will introduce you to Composer and demonstrate its applications with Magento 2 with a little bit of Git thrown in. By the end of this guide you will have a solid understanding of how to install Magento 2 via Composer, know what Composer can offer for other projects, and see how it can be used as a base to work with Git that mimics other modern PHP frameworks.

Extending Magento with patches

When working with Magento, the need to extend and alter core functionality is something that comes up frequently. Fortunately Magento provides a fairly robust rewrite system to facilitate this, so creating a class that extends a core Magento object, and making Magento load your class in place of the original, is trivial. There are plenty of resources for rewriting core Magento functionality, so I’m not going to dwell on that mechanism here.

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