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Event/observer is used to work dynamically with Magento without altering the core code.

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I have done a grep on core Mage module of Magento , and complied a list, Exhaustive List of Magento Events P.S. As pointed out, may contain events which are inside deprecated functions of Magento, s …
answered Jun 27 '14 by huzefam
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Obviously, not a good practice, but i am providing one link which has complied the important events in Magento2 http://cyrillschumacher.com/magento2-list-of-all-dispatched-events/ Ofcourse the event …
answered Oct 27 '15 by huzefam
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Well the order of execution of your observer methods will be same as the order of loading of modules in Magento. Check this piece of code, #File: app/code/core/Mage/Core/Model/Config.php protected f …
answered Jun 9 '14 by huzefam
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We listen to various explicit and implicit events dispatched in Magento and hook up methods to perform our own logic. But the thing i have wondered is, is there a way to know what objects i am able …
asked Jun 23 '14 by huzefam
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I am sending sms on customer registration using customer_register_success, fired in app/code/Magento/Customer/Controller/Account/CreatePost.php But as this is from controller, and not fired when u …
asked Apr 9 '18 by huzefam