To port an existing Magento 1 extension to Magento 2, it can be helpful to first extract the business logic into a reusable library. This also makes for more testable and future-proof code. But how can it be done?
On Nomad Mage I’m going to walk through real examples to show you how such a refactoring can be approached. Although we will focus on refactoring existing Magento 1 extensions, the patterns you will learn are also useful for new extensions, Magento 1 or Magento 2.
Fabian specializes in Magento development since 2011 and since then has worked as freelance consultant and as head of development at the agency code4business. Today he is responsible for backend development, conception and devops work at integer_net, a small company of Magento experts in Aachen, Germany.
Besides client projects Fabian also works on commercial and open source extensions, and lead the migration of the IntegerNet_Solr search extension to Magento 2.