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Magento 2 Module development or Magento 2 Hello World trends is increase rapidly while Magento release official version. That why we - Mageplaza - are wring about a topic that introduces how to create a simple Module. As you know, the module is a directory that contains blocks, controllers, models, helper, etc - that are related to a specific business feature. The etc folder contains admin ACL, admin menu, configuration . In Magento 2, modules will be live in app/code directory of a Magento installation, with this format: app/code/<Vendor>/<ModuleName>. Now we will follow this steps to create a simple module which work on Magento 2 and display Hello World.
Carrying on from our previous overviews of the main changes for front-end developers in Magento 2, we’ll now look specifically at the revisions to the templating system. While the changes aren’t too drastic, developers will want to become familiar with the new system - particularly those upgrading sites from Magento 1.x to Magento 2. This guide will take developers through the changes to layout XML and the new overall project structure of Magento 2
Table of content How create Hello World module in Magento 2 Step 1: Create the folder of Hello World module Step 2: Create etc/module.xml file Step 3: Create etc/registration.php file Step 4: Enable the module
Controller specially is one of the important thing in Module development series, and PHP MVC Framework in general. It functionarity is that received request, process and render page.
CRUD Models in Magento 2 can manage data in database easily, you don’t need to write many line of code to create a CRUD. CRUD is stand for Create, Read, Update and Delete. We will learn about some main contents: How to setup Database, Model, Resource Model and Resource Magento 2 Get Collection and do database related operations. In previous post, we discussed about Creating Hello World Module
In this topic Magento 2 Create: Block, Layouts, Templates we will learn about View in Magento 2 including Block, Layouts and Templates. In previous topic, we discussed about CRUD Models . As you know, a View will be use to output representation of the page. In Magento 2, View is built by three path: block, layout and template. We will find how it work by building the simple module Hello World using View path.
The system.xml is a configuration file which is used to create configuration fields in Magento 2 System Configuration. You will need this if your module has some settings which the admin needs to set. You can go to Store -> Setting -> Configuration to check how it look like.
In this article, we will find how to add a link to Magento 2 Admin Menu, which shown on the left site of Admin Menu pages of Magento 2.
Magento 2 Admin ACL panel use an authentication system and a robust system for create Access Control List Rules (ACL) which allows a store owner to create fine grained roles for each and every user in their system. In this article, we will find how it work and how to add ACL for our custom module.
In this article, we will find how to create an Admin Grid in Magento 2 backend. As you know, Magento 2 Grid is a kind of table which listing the items in your database table and provide you some features like: sort, filter, delete, update item, etc. The helloWorld for this is the grid of products, grid of customer.