Apparently, PUT requests and other types of requests fail silently on many shared hosts.
I had this error across two different customers who use WooCommerce API integrations.
Instead of PUT, simply use POST! As long as you supply the relevant ID, WooCommerce will know you’re making an update.
We came across this while working on WooToApp, a native mobile app for WooCommerce stores.
I’ve had my head down with a few trusty devs coming up with a beta to bundle up and convert a WooCommerce store to a mobile app.
Continue reading “WooToApp – Convert a WooCommerce store to a mobile app”
I use Vagrant/Homestead for PHP, WordPress, Laravel development at Code Workshop day in day out with no issues anymore about ‘developing on windows’. xdebug bolts up fine, and there’s far fewer issues when deploying to production because of the matching linux environment.
Here’s a cut down example of my homestead.yaml file that I use and update regularly.
* Notice the mapping of folder to vagrant folder to eventual site.
- map: c:/projects/cart-recovery/www.cartrebound.com
- map: www.cartrebound.app
A pattern that comes up a lot in Angular is substituting an angular component into a string when it’s being rendered.
Continue reading “Compiling dynamically inserted Angular Components”
I’ve got a library of go-to packages for Laravel projects that can knock days off a project. When the wheel is invented, developed, and proven in production, there’s no good business case to do it again.
Continue reading “Laravel Snippets: Useful Packages”
90% of my WordPress based work is API integrations and back-end systems integration work. It’s important to be able to quickly and easily have two systems speaking to each other.
Continue reading “WordPress Snippet: Creating an action endpoint”
Big claim right — 10 ways to increase conversions. Listed below are surefire ways to give your ecommerce sales a kick.
Continue reading “10 ways to increase conversions TODAY.”
The IT services industry has a terrible reputation for delivering unreliable projects, with issues popping up day to day whenever the system is worked on.
Continue reading “Why you need unit and integration tests in your IT project”
Like many development shops, we’re standardising on GitLab in 2017 as the distributed version control tool of choice. Continue reading “GitLab Workflow – how code makes it to prod”