Boosting the performance of your WooCommerce store

Having worked on multiple Wordpress & Woocommerce shops over the last years, here are a couple of key findings and tips which help me boost the performance of our stores significantly.Although there have been written many articles and tutorials about this

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Continuous Deployments with Github Actions

This article has been written for anyone interested in getting started with GitHub Actions. As I have been working with Capistrano in the past, I'll do the GitHub action in a Capistrano style or flavour.

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Using Twig with Wordpress

Getting rid of Wordpress frontend means getting rid of overhead like database requests, bad plugin code. Instead we get performant, clean templates and have more control over the frontend.

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Free Assange.

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Back to the roots

About 15 years ago, I started my professional career as a web designer and web developer – after having gloriously failed many other attempts in making a living or to conclude a higher education. I first stumbled upon HTML & CSS when trying to create an online image gallery to present my work as a photographers' apprentice. I got hooked and started to learn and experiment in my free time. Shortly after, I was introduced to PHP as well, first folderblog a gallery script by Donald Tetto, and then to Wordpress so I decided to start blogging.

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