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How to Create Simple Twitter Feed Module in Magento 2

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    Default How to Create Simple Twitter Feed Module in Magento 2

    Many developers are now developing modules for Magento 2, but what if a module doesnt exactly fulfill your requirements as you need it to? Imagine a scenario where you could understand the structure of a Magento 2 module somewhat better, to the point that you could change it to suit your requirements. Or even better, that you may develop your own module.

    In this tutorial, we are going to show you the structure of Magento 2 module and share with you the coding of Twitter Feed Magento 2 module. The goal of this module is to show Twitter feeds of a specific Twitter account. This tutorial will give you a basic idea about the structure and creation of Magento 2 modules.

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    When working on a port of Alan Storm’s Better404 module for Magento 2, the NoRouteHandler system was stumbled upon. Initially, it was ignored in favor of the event system to catch 404 pages, but after further examination it felt more like the correct way to replace the default 404 functionality.

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    Learn the basics of creating a simple module in Magento 2. Magento 2 modules can be complex but if you know the file structure and the basics you can customize it according to your requirements. The following tutorial helps you go through the steps in creating a simple 'Hello World' Magento 2 module.

    Complete tutorial: How to Create a Simple Magento 2 Module

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