The Akeneo PIM system is one of the leading solutions on the market. If you are planning to implement it in your organization, you'll want to make sure that your team is properly trained to work with that tool. Our Akeneo Business Consultant - Kacper will explain to you step by step exactly how such a training is carried out and what your team can gain from it.
Implementation cost of Akeneo PIM is influenced by many factors. We describe the most important cost drivers & provide an estimate of the implementation costs.
Our clients often ask us for custom module development. That’s why we decided to create an infographic introducing 5 functionalities that can be very valuable at every stage of your business.
UserContext is a commonly used RequireJS module in Akeneo that makes it possible to access OR modify some data related to the logged-in user (such as chosen language or username).
Step-by-step tutorial to show you how to add translations in RequireJS modules and React components. Let's learn more about how this feature works in Akeneo PIM (Product Information Management).
I will show you how to use mediator pattern in React components and RequireJS modules, and present you with good practices. Mediators enable communication between Akeneo components (mediation).
If you thought about implementing a platform that is easy to use and optimizes processes, you are already one step away from success! Are you dreaming of a higher conversion rate in your company? This is just one of the competitive advantages of Akeneo PIM.
Shopware and Magento are considered to be the best among e-commerce platforms in online rankings. If you are faced with a dilemma as to what solution to choose, use the suggestions of Tomasz Puszczyk, IT Business Development Manager.
Akeneo UI: We show how to extend RequireJS modules using property inheritance and how to import the original and extended file in the .yml files.
How to override a module in Akeneo PIM? One of the steps is preparing your own component consisting of a proper JS file based on RequireJS. What's next?