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How to debug WordPress issues like a PRO

Posted by Pablo Cortés on Mar 25, 2020

If you've worked with WordPress for a long time, you may recognize it as sort of like your little brother; you’ve had your moments of joy with it, anger, or even disappointment. Your relationship with this CMS may be one of love and hate, although likely more of love, than hate. However, as often happens with any hobby or profession, there comes a moment of immense frustration when encountering a major flaw on our website, especially when we do not know where it originates from, where it is going, and why this situation has now made our warm morning coffee taste bitter.

PHP world! 7.4 is here - what's new?

Posted by Mikhail Kuklin on Dec 4, 2019

A long time ago, in a galaxy that is our own, something great was born - the PHP language. At first, it was far from perfect. Straight out of the box, it was quite strange. However, since that time (June 8, 1995) its gone through a lot of changes and we’ve grown to love it! It’s a great language for creating modern, bullet-proof, secure web applications. It is an ever-evolving language and recently, it has been updated once more! This update brings numerous great new features and the deprecation of old, outdated and messy ones. Let’s take a look at some of the changes the new release brings to the table!

Javascript floating number precision using Vue.js filters and BigNumber.js

Posted by Javier Munoz Tous on Dec 19, 2018

JavaScript has grown a lot. Today we use it not only for small business websites, but for complex large-scale applications as well. Sometimes we handle issues that are really important for a business, such as buying or transferring money, and we must think about robust solutions for the long-term.

Automatic PDF Invoices In Cryptocurrency Apps

Posted by Andrey Bogdanov on Dec 7, 2018

Proper invoicing, whether it occurs through traditional means, i.e. email, and such, or takes place within an app, must contain several bits of information in order to be useful both to the invoicing organization and its customers.

Accept Cryptocurrency on Your Ecommerce Shop

Posted by Michael Spreitzer on Nov 26, 2018

Acceptance of cryptocurrency as a means of payment for goods and services is growing and becoming a more common option for ecommerce purchases. Since this form of payment is gaining popularity, ecommerce sites must update their payment processes to enable their customers to pay for their purchases with cryptocurrency. If you’re running an online store, accepting cryptocurrency could be a huge boon for you. In addition, it might create possibilities and revenue streams that you’re missing out on today.

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