Author - Robert Popovic

I launched Magebase in April, 2010 and am its editor and contributor. My main topics of interest are Magento development, customization and how to get the most out of Magento with the least amount of headache.

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  1. Rob
    Rob
    April 5, 2014 at 4:44 am /

    I personal thoughts on the book are where about the same. If you have already developed a few Magento Modules, most of the material in this book is going to be just a little bit review-ish, with the exception of the last few chapters that briefly hits on the API systems of Magento. I say briefly because it covers all of them, but just briefly scratches the surface of them.

    Most of the information in this book can be learned online on various web tutorials. Alan Storm covers most of this information on his site and does an excellent as well. If you are looking for more in-depth knowledge of the ins and outs of the Magento system, it might just be better to start pulling the system apart and looking into how it does what it does, that worked best for me.

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  2. Bernadine Brown
    Bernadine Brown
    August 10, 2017 at 8:23 pm /

    Right now I am working with one of the Best Android application developers in CA as an application developer. Before this, I had an interest in web development and this is the best book for Magento I have ever read on startup. My thoughts related to this book are pretty specific about the theory of some aspects of the Magento architecture like MVC. I got great help from chapter 5 which tells how to create an admin interface for our module.

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