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am 20. Februar 2020 - 20:42

A growing number of companies are channeling Amazon Business and building their own B2B marketplaces. Read more.

geschrieben von Davorin Cernoga
am 19. Februar 2020 - 11:34

What was one of the most wanted requests from SEOs around the world when it comes to data from Search Console? Its freshness. And Google gave it to us. But, how accurate is that data? Read on to find out what we have found out. Data that is shown in the Google Search Console and...

The post How accurate is fresh data in Search Console reports? appeared first on Inchoo.

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am 18. Februar 2020 - 5:00
Just a quick note that a new version of Commerce Bug (3.2.4) is out in the world. This release fixes a small bug where the jsTree elements in the KO Scopes tab could interfere with the styling of jsTree elements that core Magento used in places like the Access Control Roles tree. If you follow my feeds on Stack Overflow or Twitter you might have an inkling of the specific problems. This spring will be Commerce Bugs tenth anniversary, which is a long time for a single piece of software to last. It doesn’t bring in the sort of money […]
geschrieben von Kody Simpson
am 13. Februar 2020 - 23:05

Improving Tombow’s ROAS

Tombow’s office, arts, and crafts products are sold around the globe and in the United States’ most trusted craft and hobby retailers. Tombow came to Classy Llama with extremely low return on ad spend (ROAS) for their Google Ads.

As we learned more about their business and current efforts, we saw three major reasons for their low ad performance.

The first was a low average per product price. We needed to increase overall traffic and conversions to ensure revenue was sufficient. Low average per product prices aren’t typically an issue for organic traffic, but with paid traffic, it’s hard to improve your return on ad spend when you have a low average order value and each conversion costs a few dollars.

Another key challenge was competition online…

geschrieben von gkesten
am 13. Februar 2020 - 19:51

Digital payments are becoming more popular as shoppers increasingly rely on their smartphones to help manage their money. Retailers are responding by giving customers a more seamless experience at checkout – both online and in brick-and-mortar stores. Read more.

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am 13. Februar 2020 - 5:00
This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Async PHP. This is the first post in the series. One luxury afforded to the average PHP programmer is never having to worry about threads or asynchronous programming. Unlike other dynamic languages of its era (ruby, python, etc.), PHP has no built-in concept of a thread. PHP also came along early enough that “asynchronous programming” wasn’t really a thing, and the language wasn’t built with any asynchronous primitives. Those that were added later (like generators) haven’t seen widespread adoption. For most PHP use cases “async” programming has meant sending a […]
geschrieben von Sebastian
am 12. Februar 2020 - 13:00

Magento bietet am 27.02.2020 ein kostenloses Webinar zum Thema “Präferenzen der EMEA-Käufer” an. Um am Webinar teilnehmen zu können ist lediglich eine Registrierung nötig. Webinar beschäftigt sich mit den Wünschen der Kunden Das Thema des Webinars wird sein, was sich Kunden im EMEA Gebiet (Europa, Mittlerer Osten und Afrika) von einem Onlineshop erwarten. Fragen sind […]

Der Beitrag Kostenloses Magento Webinar zu “Kundenpräferenzen” erschien zuerst auf

geschrieben von Tomislav Bilic
am 11. Februar 2020 - 11:26

January 2020 was very eventful for Inchoo. A team of four went on a road trip to Germany with a few goals in mind. It was a healthy mix of business topics, plans for the future, and some exploration of the things to come in eCommerce in the next several years. Read on to see...

The post We were at Shopware Partner Day 2020 in Ahaus, Germany appeared first on Inchoo.

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am 11. Februar 2020 - 5:30
This entry is part 12 of 12 in the series Pestle. Earlier posts include Pestle 1.1.1 Released, Pestle 1.1.2 Released, Magento 2 Setup Migration Scripts, Pestle 1.2.1 Released, Sending Text Messages with PHP, pestle, and Nexmo, Pestle 1.3 and AbstractModel UI Generation, Pestle 1.4.1 and the Merits of Inheritance, Pestle 1.4.4 Released, Pestle Docs Done (for now), Pestle 1.4.2 Now Available, and Installing Pestle via. Homebrew. This is the most recent post in the series. Just a quick note that pestle 1.5.1 and 1.5.2 were released over the weekend. Current users can download 1.5.2 by running the self update command. […]
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am 10. Februar 2020 - 18:25

As an open source platform, nothing is more critical to Magento’s success than its community contributions. Case in point: Magento Solution Partner Atwix. Read more.

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am 10. Februar 2020 - 13:07
Coming up through the dynamic languages and having my “typed” language be C, I mostly missed out on the whole “generics” thing. Cue the late 2010s and generics are a thing in TypeScript and every so often there’s a push to get generics into PHP. A few years back I figured it was time to learn what was going on with All<Those> Angle<Brackets>. This article is a gentle introduction to generics, and considers what generics syntax might look like in PHP. Macros/Templates for Classes Consider a PHP class that collects Animal objects. <?php class Animal { /* ... */ } […]
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am 5. Februar 2020 - 18:22

What can merchants expect over the next 12 months? Read more.

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am 5. Februar 2020 - 13:49
I’m working my way through James Cogland’s Building Git and it’s a delightful read. Git and its role in building software is fertile grounds for exploring the social interactions of the software industry. Git’s history, in brief, is the Linux Kernel project started using a version control system (named BitKeeper) that turned out to be less open source than folks wanted, so the Linux project built their own version control system named git that incorporated many of the concepts they liked from BitKeeper and released git as open source software, and then lots of other people started using git and […]
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am 4. Februar 2020 - 18:51

Recognizing contribution efforts across the Magento community. Read more.

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am 3. Februar 2020 - 18:53

Qualified Alumni continue to contribute year over year. Read more.

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am 3. Februar 2020 - 13:05
Recently I was moving a few of the websites and web applications I run on my laptop from .dev domain names over to .localhost domain names. The .dev top level domain became a real thing a few years back. Google bought it, started using it, and (most importantly) browsers started automatically redirecting .dev domain names from http to https. Between doing a cert dance whenever I wanted to spin up a locally hosted web application and switching over to .localhost, the later seemed like the better option. Along the way I ended up running into a sea of paper cuts […]
geschrieben von Matthias Zeis
am 31. Januar 2020 - 19:49

Magento 2.3.4 wurde Dienstag, den 28. Jänner 2020 veröffentlicht. Diese Version bringt neue Features, behebt 30 Sicherheitslücken und 220 funktionale Fehler.

Alle Details finden Sie in den Release-Notes für Open Source und Commerce sowie im offiziellen Blog-Post.


Die Lücken sind erstmals im Adobe Security Bulletin dokumentiert.

Wie kritisch sind die Lücken, die Magento 2.3.4 behebt?

Zum ersten Mal veröffentlicht Adobe selbst eine Gesamteinstufung für das Versions-Update. Der…

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am 31. Januar 2020 - 19:30
Over in my patreon slack room (the semi-private slack where I help patrons with their programming questions), a patron wan running into an issue where Magento catalog/category pages were generating an X-Magento-Tags HTTP header that was “too large”. They’d managed to track this down to a GitHub issue from this summer. Unfortunately, the issue had been closed by a Magento core repo maintainer without much effort to reproduce the problem (“works on my machine” is alive and well in 2020). Even though I don’t do much paid Magento work these days, it’s nice to have a small following of smart […]
geschrieben von gkesten
am 31. Januar 2020 - 17:59

Makers actively engage with others, sharing ideas, insights, and constructive feedback. Read more.

geschrieben von Jesse Tyler
am 30. Januar 2020 - 22:31

 A TLDR; Guide

The latest piece of legislation that has eCommerce merchants scrambling to stay above the law is the CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act). If you’re in the eCommerce space, you’ve certainly heard of it. But many have lagged in doing their homework or taking action, so we’re offering a no-nonsense primer on the matter.

I’m going to give you enough information to not feel clueless when this comes up in conversation and, more importantly, know if this bill affects you and if you have some work to do. 

This isn’t a comprehensive guide. If you want one of those, Magento and BigCommerce both wrote good ones.