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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 { /* ... */ } […]
geschrieben von Vanessa Steinmetz
am 10. Februar 2020 - 10:00

2019 hat der E-Commerce ein weiteres Mal ein deutliches Wachstum hingelegt. Im deutschen Markt verzeichnete der Onlinehandel einen Umsatzanstieg auf über 70 Milliarden Euro. Magento zieht mit und versieht zum Start des neuen Jahrzehnts Magento Commerce und Magento Open Source mit einem Update. Auch mit Version 2.3.4 bietet Magento Händlern ein aktuelles System, welches ansprechende […]

Der Beitrag Magento 2.3.4 – Von Adobe Stock bis PWA erschien zuerst auf Flagbit Blog.

geschrieben von gkesten
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 - 14:46
Review of James Cogland’s Building Git:

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 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 - 14:46
Changing WordPress Host Names:

Recently I was moving a few of the websites and web application 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 […]

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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 […]
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am 1. Februar 2020 - 14:36
Fixing X-Magento-Tags too Large Errors:

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 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.

Sicherheit

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.

If…

geschrieben von gkesten
am 30. Januar 2020 - 17:00

Mentors help to educate and develop resources for the Magento Community. Read more.

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am 29. Januar 2020 - 20:00

Movers are Magento’s top advocates and ecosystem thought leaders. Read more.

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am 29. Januar 2020 - 14:53
One Line Magento 2 Package Install:

The ExtDN group, a collection of Magento extension vendors trying to keep the platform a reasonable place for extension vendors to do good work, have released an open source and vendor neutral project that will give you “one line installation” of any composer managed Magento extension. (you can even install it via homebrew) That this exists is great — that is needs to exist is pretty silly. One of the early signs that Magento 2 was not going to go the way a lot of people thought it would was how hard they dropped the ball on installing packages and […]

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am 29. Januar 2020 - 13:58
The ExtDN group, a collection of Magento extension vendors trying to keep the platform a reasonable place for extension vendors to do good work, have released an open source and vendor neutral project that will give you “one line installation” of any composer managed Magento extension. (you can even install it via homebrew) That this exists is great — that is needs to exist is pretty silly. One of the early signs that Magento 2 was not going to go the way a lot of people thought it would was how hard they dropped the ball on installing packages and […]
geschrieben von Sebastian
am 29. Januar 2020 - 12:31

In diesem Jahr geht es mit der Meet Magento DE in die 14. Runde. Stattfinden wird das größte Magento Event in Deutschland am 29. und 30. Juni 2020 in der Kongresshalle am Zoo in Leipzig. Neues Jahr, neue Webseite Zur diesjahrigen Meet Magento DE wurde der Webseite ein neuer Look spendiert, die Adresse https://de.meet-magento.com/ bleibt […]

Der Beitrag Meet Magento DE 2020: Erste Infos und Tickets erschien zuerst auf Mag-tutorials.de.

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am 28. Januar 2020 - 19:58

To kick off the new decade, Magento Commerce and Magento Open Source 2.3.4 arrive today to help merchants build more engaging customer experiences that exceed expectations, keep customers returning, and drive sustained growth. Read more.