aimeos – Large scale open source E-Commerce

When it comes to enterprise-ready server-side web development toolkits, Laravel is one of the big players and delivers an impressive plethora of components and methods to build large-scale non-trivial web applications. There are a few e-commerce components that build on Laravel as a foundation or present themselves as an extension for Laravel, but among those aimeos certainly is one of the larger ones, if now the default go-to solution for a large web-centric e-commerce platform.

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SEO 2024

A few years back I wrote German piece on SEO, the somewhat obnoxious misuse the term gets from the broader masses and explained what the term “SEO” actually means and how it relates to the shady claims of magic tricks to boost Google placement and search term domination.

Having that issue covered it makes sense to talk about the actual SEO and what tools, standards and techniques could make sense for a feasible SEO in 2024 and the future.

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An all new Angular

Just this morning I had a very thorough and pleasant interview with a team that has its mission-critical stuff done with Angular. For me a good reason to check back with the Angular crew, also because they also were the pioneers of a PL that I’ve come to like and use in the mean time: TypeScript. And a revisit of Angular doesn’t disappoint.

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The WordPress 2024 Theme

The brand new WordPress 2024 Theme is out and ready for use. This shows off the newest features of the Gutenberg Editor and its ever increasingly powerful pagebuilding features, that as of WordPress 6.4 now feature complete full page editing within the built-in Gutenberg pagebuilder and a bunch of updates and new default core WordPress blocks.

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Lit & Kor

As an application platform the modern Browser is finally becoming more managable. MS IE and even the new one, MS Edge, are history, most Browsers are now based off the Blink Rendering Engine, meaning Chrome, with Safari and Firefox being modern exceptions that none-the-less offer most contemporary web-features. As a consequence it is now increasingly more feasible for contemporary web applications to use modern methodologies, such as Web Components and JavaScript Template Literals for building WebApp UI Components and updating the view.

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Next up: Low Power Computing


We knew this would be coming. Isn’t there any seasoned developer like me who doesn’t think that in the last two decades things have gotten out of hand? Most of the Web is dynamic for no good reason and recent tech-fads such as NodeJS or the Container/Docker Craze with its convoluted and bloated build, deploy and runtime requirements have taken resource consumption up to eleven. And certainly not just serverside. Just look at Googles favorite end-user VM Chrome and its energy requirements.

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Alle Docker Container stoppen

Um alle Docker Container zu stoppen, einfach diesen Befehl ausführen:

docker kill $(docker ps -q)

Wie funktioniert das?
Der ‘docker ps’ Befehl listet alle laufenden Container. Die Option ‘-q’ listet nur die IDs. Diese liste übergeben wir dem ‘docker kill’ Befehl. Fertig.

Alle Docker Container entfernen

Wenn man die Container nicht nur stoppen, sondern auch entfernen will, einfach diesen Befehl ausführen:

docker rm $(docker ps -a -q)

Dieser Befehl funktioniert genau so wie der obige, nur das die ‘-a’ Option auch alle Container listet, die nicht laufen und ‘rm’ (‘remove’) die Container entfernt.

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Meet Deno, the new Node

Deno is a new implementation of a runtime environment by the original creator of Node. v1 came about roughly a year ago and it’s basically a redo of Node with all the insights gained and the newest proven technologies at its core. Deno is implemented in Rust and sports TypeScript as a native and first class citizen. By default Deno has no local access, it has to be given explicitly which is the right way to secure things. It has integrated tooling such as a bundler and a formatter and it loads external components via URI, so it’s basically SOA-ready by nature.

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