Detailed information about current releases of legacy and maintenance series of OXID eShop and a new version of the PayPal module
About Marco Steinhäuser
In e-commerce since 2000, working for OXID eSales since 2006 starting at support dept, taking care about OXID's community management since October 2008.
Father of four boys, passionate about the open source idea, e-commerce, guitar playing and archery.
Entries by Marco Steinhäuser
CLA assistant was introduced as a new and more stable service for managing contributor license agreements
Thanks to @Haehnchen, a PhpStorm plugin for OXID is available. Get it to make your developer life easier!
The German portal onlinemarketing.de recently published a guest blog post by Herbert Buchhorn of clicks.de. The author used a checklist of SEO specific built-in features, but omitted significant advantages OXID is offering. I will adapt the same check list to show what OXID eShop can deliver from a SEO perspective. As I’m frequently asked about […]
If you want to send a pull request to a certain project on GitHub, you first have to fork it to your own repository and then – in the most cases – clone it to your local machine. If you’re contributing to a very active project with many commits, the size of this download will […]
On March 22nd, last Sunday, our new baby, my fourth son, gave us the honor of his presence on earth. Mom and baby are well 🙂 I should have informed you immediately but all my other boys before were in time or some days late – just this little man decided to be born a […]
Yes, the rumours are true: @Hebsacker, AKA Raimund (Ray) Lang-Pantic, got a new job a while ago and it turned out that he’ll have no more time for us at the OXID forums. Bummer, isn’t it. I’d like to take this chance to thank him for his great job he was doing for years: perfect moderation, […]
In the last week, the first OXID user group meeting Leipzig took place at the office rooms of our dear partners pixi* Software. As announced, we came together in order to organize things first like topics to talk about within the next half year, how often and where to meet etc. Here are the results: […]
Let me trigger one of the most noteworthy pull requests to the OXID eShop repository at GitHub in the recent past. @adriankirchner, developer at dotfly (OXID solution partner) committed a fully functional Travis CI configuration. With this contribution it is not only possible to check at a glance if the unit and integration tests are […]
This is just a short note to let you know that there’s a new page available at OXIDforge with a software development kit for OXID eShop. Presently you may find links to helping tools like coding standards, easy shop installation (thanks to @tabsl), module writing, testing and module certification on this page. Other tools, as […]
Looking for the right developer can become a hard task nowadays, and very often a simple job description is not enough to attract good developers. On the other hand, you want to proof if a developer is good enough to fulfill daily tasks. Also very interesting to see that certifications, CVs and other documents are […]