Bitbucket has a great feature called Bitbucket Pipelines with that you are able to do tasks automatically after code has been pushed to the repository. This workflow can also be used for Hugo deployments with Bitbucket Pipelines.
Notes of a Magento Developer's Life
In my blog posts, I often describe things I observe in my day-to-day life as a Magento freelancer or tips and tricks that work well for me.
Feel free to give me feedback in the comments on what topics interest you.
One of the basic things that you as a developer must know is how to handle a version control system like git, subversion, Mercurial, you name it..
My this year’s Christmas blog post is about some simple privacy tools and actions you can take to easily improve your privacy. This post is not dedicated to shop owners or developers but to any people in general that take their privacy seriously (which should be anyone to be honest).
Sometimes it is necessary to calculate the offset for the current timezone. Therefore you can use this helpful snippet:
Although there are not that many blog posts here, I regularly re-acknowledge all the work that has been spent to create the articles that are currently there. That’s why I decided to give some love to my blog and move all the content from WordPress to Hugo.
So this blog post will be the starting point for a series of health-related articles targeted for developers. As I know personally life as a developer can be tough: we live in an ever-changing world and the speed in the IT sector is even faster than anything else. And human brain has its difficulties with exponential growth. That’s why I want to get into the details about how to establish developer health.
Approximately in every third Magento project that I am doing I get the request to implement some kind of Dropshipping. That’s why I want to give a short overview of how to handle that with Magento.
Die Datenschutzgrundverordnung darf natürlich in keinem Blog heutzutage fehlen :-D. Hierzu habe ich folgende gute Infografik von webvision gefunden:
Yesterday I watched the “AlphaGo” documentation on Netflix and for everyone interested in AI I definitely recommend watching this.
Zur Zeit lese ich das Buch Die 4 Stunden Woche von Timothy Ferriss. Prinzipiell gefällt mir sein vorgeschlagener Ansatz, Arbeitszeit im Hinblick auf unsere Lebenszeit zu optimieren.
Mistakes in the conception phase of a project often pay off in a far far later point in time. This also applies for the setting
innodb_file_per_table in MySQL.
Today I want to raise some pro and contra arguments for upgrading to Magento 2 or starting a new project with the new release of Magento E-Commerce. This is by no means a complete list but just some of my thoughts on this topic.
I just listened to the latest ShopTechBlog Podcast Episode (in German) which was very interesting as it’s all about the technical architecture of the new Galeria Kaufhof shop.
Today I was asked by a client if he should upgrade his Magento 126.96.36.199 store to the latest Magento Community Edition 188.8.131.52.
Basically I recommend following the PSR-2 standard for Coding Style Guidelines in Magento projects. Verifying your coding styles makes sense in any case – whether you are working in a large team of developers or as a freelancer for several clients. Agreeing to one common coding standard and following the rules improves readability and comparability.
In this blog post I want to share with you a short list of my daily RSS feeds that I find very useful to stay up-to-date in different categories:
Yesterday I had an interesting problem in a Magento community installation of one of my clients:
A lot of my clients complain about the fact that they receive tons of spam messages via the Magento contact and review forms.
Today I got a really nice present from one of my Magento Extension customers: