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am 23. November 2017 - 6:33
Magento developer of note Daniel Sloof recently tweeted about the open sourcing (MIT) of — his? his company’s — Magento 2 Clean Checkout extension Breaking a couple months silence to bring you guys an early christmas gift: https://t.co/dIi6J9mLx0 A drop-in replacement for #Magento2 Checkout. Commercial project turned open source because I'm unable to provide support right now. Have fun. — Daniel Sloof (@daniel_sloof) November 22, 2017 Magento 2’s existing checkout application is a UI Component (minus the XML) based solution that, while an interesting tech demo, has proven extreemly dificult and time consuming to customize. Clean Checkout also makes use […]
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am 23. November 2017 - 6:33
Magento developer of note Daniel Sloof recently tweeted about the open sourcing (MIT) of — his? his company’s — Magento 2 Clean Checkout extension Breaking a couple months silence to bring you guys an early christmas gift: https://t.co/dIi6J9mLx0 A drop-in replacement for #Magento2 Checkout. Commercial project turned open source because I'm unable to provide support right now. Have fun. — Daniel Sloof (@daniel_sloof) November 22, 2017 Magento 2’s existing checkout application is a UI Component (minus the XML) based solution that, while an interesting tech demo, has proven extreemly dificult and time consuming to customize. Clean Checkout also makes use […]
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am 23. November 2017 - 0:16

Recommendations, key considerations and a pre-development checklist for a smooth B2B build

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am 22. November 2017 - 17:36
CMocka: Unit Testing C Code:

Coming at C from a “test legacy code first” point of view is tricky. All those neat test framework features for testing code not written under test (i.e. mocks, etc.) rely on a language’s dynamic nature for implementation details. You don’t get that easily in C, so it was a pleasure to be introduced to the cmocka framework. In addition to being a fully featured unit test framework (pass/fail tests, fixtures, etc.), cmocka allows you to “mock” specific C functions in a particular test suite using the linker’s –wrap option. I use the term mock loosely here. The system itself […]

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am 22. November 2017 - 17:15
Coming at C from a “test legacy code first” point of view is tricky. All those neat test framework features for testing code not written under test (i.e. mocks, etc.) rely on a language’s dynamic nature for implementation details. You don’t get that easily in C, so it was a pleasure to be introduced to the cmocka framework. In addition to being a fully featured unit test framework (pass/fail tests, fixtures, etc.), cmocka allows you to “mock” specific C functions in a particular test suite using the linker’s --wrap option. I use the term mock loosely here. The system itself […]
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am 22. November 2017 - 17:15
Coming at C from a “test legacy code first” point of view is tricky. All those neat test framework features for testing code not written under test (i.e. mocks, etc.) rely on a language’s dynamic nature for implementation details. You don’t get that easily in C, so it was a pleasure to be introduced to the cmocka framework. In addition to being a fully featured unit test framework (pass/fail tests, fixtures, etc.), cmocka allows you to “mock” specific C functions in a particular test suite using the linker’s --wrap option. I use the term mock loosely here. The system itself […]
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am 20. November 2017 - 22:52

Robert J. Moore runs through the numbers and offers data-driven tips to help you succeed this holiday season.

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am 20. November 2017 - 16:29

If you follow Alex Ellis on Twitter one acronym that you will have been seeing a lot in your Twitter feed lately is FaaS. Alex is a pretty smart chappy who does a lot of cool stuff with Docker, Amazon Alexa and his Raspberry Pi. This year he has been developing Open FaaS an open source functions as a service framework.

What is Open FaaS?

Open FaaS lets you build and distribute “serverless” functions in a cloud computing environment. The “function” could be simple application logic that you program – or execution of a binary to perform an action. The term serverless is a slight misnomer as you still require a server, or indeed many servers, but by deploying your function into the cloud you don’t have to worry about…

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am 20. November 2017 - 16:23
Magento 2 Command Line Test Invocations:

I’m not sure if the talks (i.e. videos) from the recent MageTestFest conference will show up online, but these slides from Vinai Kopp are worth a link, if only because they capture most of the weird, non-obvious incantations you’ll need to run Magento 2’s unit and integration tests.

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am 20. November 2017 - 5:25
I’m not sure if the talks (i.e. videos) from the recent MageTestFest conference will show up online, but these slides from Vinai Kopp are worth a link, if only because they capture most of the weird, non-obvious incantations you’ll need to run Magento 2’s unit and integration tests.
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am 20. November 2017 - 5:25
I’m not sure if the talks (i.e. videos) from the recent MageTestFest conference will show up online, but these slides from Vinai Kopp are worth a link, if only because they capture most of the weird, non-obvious incantations you’ll need to run Magento 2’s unit and integration tests.
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am 18. November 2017 - 3:09
PHP Meminfo and Memory Leaks:

You can’t walk ten steps in this businesses without hearing Engineering is a set of tradeoffs. You rarely hear the other side of that: and sometimes we make the wrong tradeoffs which lead to living with garbage behavior for years. PHP leaks memory like a sieve. By leak we mean during a long running PHP request the amount of memory will slowly increase over time because there’s some memory the garbage collector can’t free up. The usual response to this is a shrug, and mumbling some words about PHP’s process model taking care of this. i.e. PHP doesn’t have many […]

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am 17. November 2017 - 3:34
You can’t walk ten steps in this businesses without hearing Engineering is a set of tradeoffs. You rarely hear the other side of that: and sometimes we make the wrong tradeoffs which lead to living with garbage behavior for years. PHP leaks memory like a sieve. By leak we mean during a long running PHP request the amount of memory will slowly increase over time because there’s some memory the garbage collector can’t free up. The usual response to this is a shrug, and mumbling some words about PHP’s process model taking care of this. i.e. PHP doesn’t have many […]
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am 17. November 2017 - 3:34
You can’t walk ten steps in this businesses without hearing Engineering is a set of tradeoffs. You rarely hear the other side of that: and sometimes we make the wrong tradeoffs which lead to living with garbage behavior for years. PHP leaks memory like a sieve. By leak we mean during a long running PHP request the amount of memory will slowly increase over time because there’s some memory the garbage collector can’t free up. The usual response to this is a shrug, and mumbling some words about PHP’s process model taking care of this. i.e. PHP doesn’t have many […]
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am 17. November 2017 - 3:09

Max Pronko on Community, Quality and Fearlessness

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am 16. November 2017 - 15:59
Magento UI Components 2017:

Campaigning season’s winding down, which means conference season is upon us. Two years after release, Magento’s XML/PHP/HTML/Javascript/KnockoutJS based UI Component System continues to be a topic of regular dissection and drubbing. At the recent Mage Titans conference in Manchester Maria Kern gave a well regarded talk on what, exactly UI Components are. It is good. You should watch it. At the same conference some other, well regarded speakers mentioned how they’re opting out of any work that requires UI Components because the system is (paraphrasing) The Swamp of Despair. Technically speaking, this is where I mention my UI Components Series […]

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am 16. November 2017 - 5:35
Campaigning season’s winding down, which means conference season is upon us. Two years after release, Magento’s XML/PHP/HTML/Javascript/KnockoutJS based UI Component System continues to be a topic of regular dissection and drubbing. At the recent Mage Titans conference in Manchester Maria Kern gave a well regarded talk on what, exactly UI Components are. It is good. You should watch it. At the same conference some other, well regarded speakers mentioned how they’re opting out of any work that requires UI Components because the system is (paraphrasing) The Swamp of Despair. Technically speaking, this is where I mention my UI Components Series […]
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am 16. November 2017 - 5:35
Campaigning season’s winding down, which means conference season is upon us. Two years after release, Magento’s XML/PHP/HTML/Javascript/KnockoutJS based UI Component System continues to be a topic of regular dissection and drubbing. At the recent Mage Titans conference in Manchester Maria Kern gave a well regarded talk on what, exactly UI Components are. It is good. You should watch it. At the same conference some other, well regarded speakers mentioned how they’re opting out of any work that requires UI Components because the system is (paraphrasing) The Swamp of Despair. Technically speaking, this is where I mention my UI Components Series […]
geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 15. November 2017 - 0:56

How merchants can win, beyond cutting prices

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am 14. November 2017 - 22:39

It is only a matter of time before Amazon disrupts B2B too