Hi, my name is Erik Pöhler. I'm a web veteran with 16 years of experience in the field.
I help individuals, small to medium-sized businesses and large corporations create engaging and successful websites and online stores.
My specialties are e-commerce, online payments, content management and the implementation of third party applications and services, such as APIs, CRMs & ERPs.
I share what I learn via this blog and occasionally publish articles and tutorials about web development and specific platforms.
You can reach me here.
B2B back-office solution GoDaddy 'Web Design' products (Netsuite, Pipedrive, Calendly, Office365, Middleware) for Virket, Latin America
I develop Plugins and Themes for Shopware 6 – an increasingly popular ecommerce platform with SMEs. I help businesses with their infrastructure requirements for successful operations.
I set up development and production environments with Battle-tested, automated build & deploy pipelines.
Ibexa DXP is a Digital Experience Platform which unites CMS, Ecommerce, DAM & PIM features within a single robust platform. I develop custom solutions, integrations and create custom themes.
Loved by customers, editors and developers alike, Craft CMS is a powerful CMS and comes with Ecommerce features, which is extremely intuitive, robust and performant. I develop themes, plugins and do custom development for its ecosystem.
Automate your business processes. A CRM helps you manage your business more efficiently. I integrate CRMs into proprietary CMS, E-Commerce platforms or WooCommerce. The two CRMs I have worked with are Netsuite (full-feature enterprise solution) and Pipedrive (strong focus on customer experience, support and lead conversion).Learn more
Sometimes, an existing CMS or E-Commerce platform is not the right fit for you.
I also tailor custom solutions based on your requirements with PHP & MySQL. Middlewares, APIs, Intranets, Web Crawlers – you name it. I manage a number of PHP frameworks (Symfony, Slim, Laminas) to build applications with.
I develop Plugins and Themes for the worlds most popular CMS Wordpress and its ecommerce extension WooCommerce. Since every business has unique requirements, custom made plugins help you add new functionality to your online store. I also do SEO and performance audits on existing sites.
Having worked on numerous Wordpress & WooCommerce sites over the last years, I have tried almost everything to speed up and improve page rendering times. Here I will share my key findings with you, put together into 25 tutorials. I hope they help you to achieve a fast, performant and easily maintainable WooCommerce store. This is the Tutorial overview and introduction.
Every developer, who has worked in a team, knows how painful merge conflicts can be. But there are some simple strategies that make your life as a developer easier and take the pain out of resolving and reduce the risk of running into merge conflicts.
This is part 2 of my article series 25+ Tutorials on How to boost the performance of your WooCommerce store. This article focuses on completing the initial project setup of your Wordpress & Woocommerce store with a .env file where all your credentials and configurations can be stored in one place.
This is part 6 of my article series 25+ Tutorials on How to boost the performance of your WooCommerce store. In this article we will take an in-depth look at transactional emails, and how to optimise your stores performance by deactivating non-essential emails and by sending email asynchronously to your customers.
This is part 7 of my article series 25+ Tutorials on How to boost the performance of your WooCommerce store. In this tutorial you will learn how to use the excellent Perfmatters Plugins. We will boost the frontend performance of our Wordpress & WooCommerce store by joining and minifying CSS and JS resources using tools like Gulp or Grunt.
This article shows you how to export a Shopware 6.4 MySQL 8.x database to a file and then reimport the dump back into MySQL 8.x without any problems.
I use open-source software everyday. Giving back to open-source communities is important to me. I improve existing code by reporting and fixing bugs. I develop new features, design themes or simply help other users.