@Hebsacker is taking his leave as a forum moderator. Thanks for the great work you did! His position was taken over by @vanillia_thunder and @leofonic.
Recap of the first OXID user group meeting in Leipzig on Feb 26th. Read on what we agreed, how often to meet where and which topics are most interesting for the next meetings. Thanks to pixi* for providing their business rooms as well as catering!
One of the most remarkable pull requests to the public OXID eShop repository at GitHub in the recent past is #197: add full functional Travis CI configuration by @adriankirchner. Thanks a lot!
There’s a new page available at OXIDforge collecting useful and helping tools for OXID eShop module developers. Please feel free to add your stuff if you want to share with the community!
Our partner agency dotfly is looking for developers. They found a smart way to proof the applicants as well as for HR marketing.
Signing an OXID contributor agreement became more easy: instead of downloading a document, printing it, signing and sending it back, you’ll now be asked for filling a web-based form instead.
Gigi and Philip held the talk “New software despite a legacy database” at the Symfony Live conference 2014 in Berlin. Here are their slides.
Often people don’t use a child theme in OXID eShop because they don’t know that it exists, how to work with it or they simply don’t want to read too much text in order to implement their simple needs. With the example “displaying language names instead of flags” I wrote a neat little tutorial with this blog post about how to use child themes in OXID eShop.
Some developers went to Spain to combine work and holiday recently and got back with an outstanding cool software package, ready to use for OXID eShop but in general usable for any PHP project: the open source module installer “ioly”. Learn more about it in this blog post.
Linux and imagemagick make it easy to batch-manipulate image files without the need of a resource-hungry GUI. Learn in this blog post how to scale down many images with the help of imagemagick with just one command.