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Category: NGINX
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This page includes external resources from a Content Delivery Network for performance optimization. Those resources will get blocked when accessing this site as hidden service via Tor Browser. I'm using sub_filter to replace external with internal resources.

Category: Shopware
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A short example how to access additional product information in Shopware6 Storefront from associations.

Category: Shopware
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This is just a short example how to register javascript event listeners to storefront components in Shopware6. 

Category: Shopware
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A quick example how to retrieve the next id for an entity

Category: Shopware
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Just an example how to read configuration values and access them via Twig in Shopware6 Storefront-Templates.

Category: Linux
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Starting from Apache 2.4.27, the Apache MPM (Multi-Processing Module) prefork no longer supports HTTP/2. Enabling HTTP/2 support requires some more steps than just enabling the apache module.

Category: Linux
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Instead of implementing image optimizing routines into your application, this could be achieved quite easily by using a cron.

Category: Shopware
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The extension will provide available color variants at product list view and color filter options.

Category: PHP
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Docker volumes are operating painfully slow on macOS by default. Loading a bare Symfony App Controller may take up to 12s. Here I gonna provide a short list of tweaks for performance improvement.

Category: IT-Stuff
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I've spent a lot of time in improving my website's performance. Somehow I've made it down to about 120ms to completely render the page with Google Chrome. In this post I would like to explain what I've done exactly.

Category: HTML & CSS
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The Integration of Fontawesome for one single sign may is not that useful. Hence I was looking for an alternative without using any external ressources.

Category: IT-Stuff
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I've recently registered a Microsoft Azure account and received a balance of 170€ (~ 200 USD) for testing purposes. The test credits of the Microsoft Azure test account are limited to one month. Means: If you do not know how to spend those, you may could use them for crypto coin mining.