Whether you are new to GIT repositories or an experienced developer, I am sure, at some point in using GIT, you must have come across these annoying .DS_Store files that seem to populate out of nowhere. It is a much apparent problem if you have enabled viewing hidden files. What are they? DS_Store is a – Read More-
Past two days has been a nightmare. We recently migrated all of our websites to Amazon Web Services (AWS), and the speed has been good. We love it. The infrastructure is excellent and so is the service we’re getting. I wouldn’t have a lot to say about their support, though. Unless you are a reasonably big enterprise which is spending a lot of dollars, you can’t afford their support packages. What I suggest from my personal experience is to subscribe to their developer support. If you get into issues relating to operating websites on their servers, they usually point you in the right direction. You will get a response generally within 24 hours which is ok.
The reason why I am writing this post is not to address that. It’s actually due to our experience with Magento. Over the past two days, I have learned so much about Magento E-Commerce Platform. One of our client who runs one of the biggest online pharmacies in New Zealand – YourChemist.co.nz hosts with us. The database is big, and so are the files. Migrating to AWS took a while, but we got there eventually. Since this website was so busy all through the day, the only time we could migrate had to be at midnight when it has the least amount of site traffic.
After migrating, we started noticing a significant problem. The speed of Magento’s backend or as some would address it as admin panel was terrible. So I did my little research on tackling this issue.
Two years back, I was very interested in how Adobe Flex would change the way we build interactive sites. I was very fond of this software and still am interested in learning ‘mxml‘ whenever I find free time. If you are like me (a beginner), then you would want to start somewhere basic and flexible. – Read More-