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am 7. Juli 2020 - 21:09
WP Scheduled Posts and the Avoidable Platform:

Like most middle aged technology writers who write independently online, it’s been harder to “little-p” publish a steady stream of words in recent years. I’ve gotten better at this in 2020 thanks to the WP Scheduled Posts plugin for WordPress. The plugin has a bunch of free and paid features I’ve never looked at — for me it all comes down to the calendar view. This lets you see your already scheduled posts and easily shuffle them around via the calendar. This lets me bank a bunch of smaller posts ahead of time, but then easily slot larger pieces in […]

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am 6. Juli 2020 - 6:30
Like most middle aged technology writers who write independently online, it’s been harder to “little-p” publish a steady stream of words in recent years. I’ve gotten better at this in 2020 thanks to the WP Scheduled Posts plugin for WordPress. The plugin has a bunch of free and paid features I’ve never looked at — for me it all comes down to the calendar view. This lets you see your already scheduled posts and easily shuffle them around via the calendar. This lets me bank a bunch of smaller posts ahead of time, but then easily slot larger pieces in […]
geschrieben von Casjen Klosterhuis
am 3. Juli 2020 - 10:00
Akeneo B2B Studie zu Product Expereience

Wie wichtig Produktdaten und die damit verbundene Produkterfahrung, oder Product Experience, sind, sollte jedem B2B-Händler mittlerweile klar sein.

Der Beitrag 4 wichtige Erkenntnisse zur Product Experience im B2B erschien zuerst…

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am 29. Juni 2020 - 15:09
NPM’s Dependency Model:

I’m coming up on about a year of full-time NodeJS work, and it’s only now that I’m starting to understand the true nature of NPM’s dependency management. When I’ve used other systems, (primarily composer), “management” of those dependencies meant your package manager will yell as you if there’s a conflicting package. You want to install version 3 of foo/bar? Well too bad, one of your dependencies can only deal with version 2 of foo/bar — sort it out. NPM works a little differently. Instead of a project’s packages being one big soup, each of your dependencies will have its own […]

geschrieben von Deni Pesic
am 29. Juni 2020 - 10:58

Webhooks are used to indicate when an important event has occurred, usually by sending a notification in the form of a message to a specified webhook URL or endpoint. This can be really useful for certain events, like when a customer makes an order or leaves a comment. It can also be a really handy...

The post Magento 2 Webhook Notifications appeared first on Inchoo.

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am 29. Juni 2020 - 6:00
I’m coming up on about a year of full-time NodeJS work, and it’s only now that I’m starting to understand the true nature of NPM’s dependency management. When I’ve used other systems, (primarily composer), “management” of those dependencies meant your package manager will yell as you if there’s a conflicting package. You want to install version 3 of foo/bar? Well too bad, one of your dependencies can only deal with version 2 of foo/bar — sort it out. NPM works a little differently. Instead of a project’s packages being one big soup, each of your dependencies will have its own […]
geschrieben von Björn Meyer
am 26. Juni 2020 - 10:00

Zum 01. Juli 2020 wird in Deutschland die Mehrwertsteuer gesenkt. Diese Änderung gilt es für alle Händler, auch im E-Commerce, sehr kurzfristig umzusetzen.

Der Beitrag Wie Sie die Mehrwertsteuersenkung in Ihrem Shop umsetzen erschien zuerst auf Flagbit Blog.

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am 25. Juni 2020 - 18:09
OpenTelemetry’s NPM Packages:

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Tracing Systems with Zipkin and OpenTracing. Earlier posts include What is a Zipkin Trace?, Instrumenting Traces with Zipkin, and Tracing NodeJS Services with Open Telemetry. This is the most recent post in the series. In our previous OpenTelemetry articles, we gave a broad “hello world” overview of how an end-user-programmer might use OpenTelemetry to instrument their programs and generate metrics and traces. Today we’re going to take a look at the entire OpenTelemetry Javascript project, as it exists in mid-2020. This article should help you understand the project as a […]

geschrieben von Vanessa Steinmetz
am 25. Juni 2020 - 13:00
Banner Shopware Community Day 2020

Zwei Tage voller spannender Sessions sowohl für Händler als auch Entwickler standen vom 18. bis zum 19. Juni beim SCD auf dem Plan.

Der Beitrag Der Shopware Community Day 2020 – ein Recap erschien zuerst auf Flagbit Blog.

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am 25. Juni 2020 - 6:30
This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Tracing Systems with Zipkin and OpenTracing. Earlier posts include What is a Zipkin Trace?, Instrumenting Traces with Zipkin, and Tracing NodeJS Services with Open Telemetry. This is the most recent post in the series. In our previous OpenTelemetry articles, we gave a broad “hello world” overview of how an end-user-programmer might use OpenTelemetry to instrument their programs and generate metrics and traces. Today we’re going to take a look at the entire OpenTelemetry Javascript project, as it exists in mid-2020. This article should help you understand the project as a […]
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am 24. Juni 2020 - 22:21

If you have a store that continues to run on Magento 1 after June 30, please be aware that from that date forward you have increased responsibility for maintaining your site's security and PCI DSS compliance. Read more.

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am 24. Juni 2020 - 21:09
Tracing NodeJS Services with Open Telemetry:

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Tracing Systems with Zipkin and OpenTracing. Earlier posts include What is a Zipkin Trace?, and Instrumenting Traces with Zipkin. This is the most recent post in the series. In the first two articles in this series we took a crash course in instrumenting a small three service system using Zipkin. Today we’re going to take a look at using OpenTelemetry to do that same thing, and then we’ll export those same metrics to Zipkin. This article assumes you’ve read those previous two articles, have NodeJS installed on your computer, and […]

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am 24. Juni 2020 - 6:30
This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Tracing Systems with Zipkin and OpenTracing. Earlier posts include What is a Zipkin Trace?, and Instrumenting Traces with Zipkin. This is the most recent post in the series. In the first two articles in this series we took a crash course in instrumenting a small three service system using Zipkin. Today we’re going to take a look at using OpenTelemetry to do that same thing, and then we’ll export those same metrics to Zipkin. This article assumes you’ve read those previous two articles, have NodeJS installed on your computer, and […]
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am 23. Juni 2020 - 17:09
Instrumenting Traces with Zipkin:

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Tracing Systems with Zipkin and OpenTracing. Earlier posts include What is a Zipkin Trace?. This is the most recent post in the series. Last time we ran a small, three service pre-instrumented system that reported spans into Zipkin. In this article we’re going to take a look at how we instrumented that system using Zipkin’s free and open source libraries. This article assumes you have a version of NodeJS on your computer, a Zipkin instance running on port 9411, and have a copy of our sample services checked-out/cloned on your […]

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am 23. Juni 2020 - 6:30
This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Tracing Systems with Zipkin and OpenTracing. Earlier posts include What is a Zipkin Trace?. Later posts include Tracing NodeJS Services with Open Telemetry. Last time we ran a small, three service pre-instrumented system that reported spans into Zipkin. In this article we’re going to take a look at how we instrumented that system using Zipkin’s free and open source libraries. This article assumes you have a version of NodeJS on your computer, a Zipkin instance running on port 9411, and have a copy of our sample services checked-out/cloned on your […]
geschrieben von Covos
am 22. Juni 2020 - 17:09
Nachdem der letzte Beitrag von unserer neuen Extension handelte, die automatisch die benötigte MwSt.-Anpassung von 19% auf 16% und von 7% auf 5% vornimmt (Link zum Beitrag / Link zur Extension M1 oder M2), nun auch ein kleines Turtorial wie man die Bruttopreise im Frontend rel. komfortabel anpassen kann, ohne alle Preise manuell oder per...
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am 22. Juni 2020 - 17:09
What is a Zipkin Trace?:

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Tracing Systems with Zipkin and OpenTracing. This is the first post in the series. In our last series we took a look at Prometheus, its metric data types, and how it compares to the OpenTelemetry project. In this next series we’re going to do the same for Zipkin and OpenTelemetry traces. Metrics are designed to count things, and to measure how long those things take to complete. A trace, and the individual parts of a trace (called spans — but don’t worry too much about that right now), also allow […]

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am 22. Juni 2020 - 6:30
This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Tracing Systems with Zipkin and OpenTracing. Later posts include Instrumenting Traces with Zipkin, and Tracing NodeJS Services with Open Telemetry. In our last series we took a look at Prometheus, its metric data types, and how it compares to the OpenTelemetry project. In this next series we’re going to do the same for Zipkin and OpenTelemetry traces. Metrics are designed to count things, and to measure how long those things take to complete. A trace, and the individual parts of a trace (called spans — but don’t worry too much […]
geschrieben von Aron Stanic
am 19. Juni 2020 - 11:53

Progressive Web Applications (PWAs) are the next big thing in eCommerce. This topic has been on everyone’s lips and under everyone’s fingertips from the initial conversations around Magento 2 frontend and the introduction of the headless concept. If you are a merchant considering this new frontend concept, you may be wondering what the fuss is...

The post Is now the time to invest in PWA for your Magento website? Top questions for merchants answered. appeared first on Inchoo.