In one of my bigger projects, we are using Redis with Node.js, as a buffer for large sets of monitoring data. When we deployed that from a test-case, with just one data-sending instance to about 150 instances, Redis run out of Memory quite fast. Dependent on versions, operating system and some other things, that leads […]Read more »
I am a great fan of Elastic Search, the ElasticPress plugin and the ElasticPress WooCommerce module. The other day, when I was working on a clients WooCommerce shop, it was the first time I wasn’t satisfied with the quality of the search results, though. After some digging with the Debug bar and its ElasticPress extension, I […]Read more »
It’s the WordPress plugin for webshops, without a question. For a shop that is not running WooCommerce with thousands of products, it has a very nice performance, too. However there are limitations and drawbacks running WooCommerce with many products. That’s mostly because it is build upon the WordPress database scheme, which forces WooCommerce to save […]Read more »
Loading sidebars and widgets via the WordPress REST API is not supported yet, but if you need a quick workaround, the WP REST API Sidebars Plugin looks quite promising!
Starting today, I will be reviewing themes at bestthemesfor.com.
A couple of months ago, I’ve heard the first time about Grunt. I wasn’t that impressed. It seemed to be like a more advanced CodeKit, which was compiling my SASS and JS at the time. So I forgot about it, proving once again, that I just not am an early bird :/ Of course the […]Read more »
SASS/SCSS and Grunt are fantastic tools to organize and automatize css development. With some easy adjustments you can even make grunt to compile your css for multiple color schemes. Build your base SASS color scheme The easiest way to prepare your files for auto-compiling SASS color schemes is to create a color variable for every color […]Read more »
This post describes a super simple and time saving Yeoman workflow to build WordPress themes. To make this post work for you, you should have a basic understanding of nodejs, nodes package manager npm, Yeoman workflows, Grunt and SASS/SCSS. Ones you have all up and running, you will create a Yeoman WordPress starter theme in no […]Read more »
Got some great answers on my latest stackoverflow question on why echo doesn’t work inside an one line if statement in php.
Can’t wait to read the rest: great preview of an upcoming book about the history of WordPress.