We’ve had an incredible month with a record number of readers visiting and interacting on our blog — thanks, all! Keep on commenting — we love answering your questions and reading your suggestions! In case you missed any posts, we rounded up our most popular blog articles for the month of September, 2013 for your reading pleasure:
- Five handy Sublime Text 2 tips
A killer month for our Sublime Text series, Pixafy’s tutorials and tips to help you maximize your code editing and development process came in at number one!
- Creating a Magento custom model
Yongji’s useful tutorial on creating custom Magento models has gained steady interest from our readers. This month, the post moved up to second on our charts!
- Overcoming Magento’s full-page cache through hole punching
Attaining fast site speeds on your Magento Enterprise eCommerce site is always a top priority. Tom’s post on utilizing full-page cache through hole punching in Magento helps you achieve just that.
- Sublime Text 2 advanced techniques [part 1]
Delving into Sublime Text 2 techniques, Kurt discusses ST2 Projects, Snippets, utilizing Dropbox to store packages and more.
- Sublime Text 2 advanced techniques [part 2]: Custom build systems
Continuing the Sublime Text 2 streak, part 2 digs into custom builds and running command line build commands from within ST2, helping you improve workflows. Handy plugins and extensions have also proven useful for developers.
- Tutorials, tips, and theming: Best of Sublime Text series
This collection of some of our favorite Sublime Text tips, tutorials, and hacks was a huge hit! Check out these useful articles that help you customize and get the most out of your code editor.
- Sending emails programmatically in Magento
Manny‘s tutorial on sending emails programmatically in Magento continues to garner interest.
- Sublime Text 2 advanced techniques [part 3]: Faster workflow through plugins
In the third installment of advanced Sublime Text techniques, Kurt shows you how to achieve faster workflows through plugins.
- Overcoming Magento’s built-in WYSIWYG editor
Instead of spending loads of time tediously creating pages, this tutorial helps you increase development speed and decrease time spent creating these pages, allowing you to get on with the rest of your day.
- Overcoming Magento’s WYSIWYG [part 2]: Customizing TinyMCE settings
Kurt’s recipe for WYSIWYG greatness helps reduce frustration and shows you how to customize TinyMCE settings.
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