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Semantic Widget

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Product Rest API

Documentation for the API


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Recent tech blog posts

August 26, 2016

Laracon EU 2016 Amsterdam

Shopping24 on the Laracon EU 2016. These are our experiences and thoughts about this great conference in Amsterdam. Because we use Laravel for multiple PHP projects, three of our web developers went to this year’s Laracon in Amsterdam.

June 30, 2016

Monitorama 2016

Monitorama. What would expect there to happen? A bunch of bearded nerds talking about their “killer monitoring tools”. That did happen - maybe - somewhere hidden in the closet. What surprised me was, that Monitorama is not about tools and techniques, it was about human interaction, collaboration, empathy and conversation.

June 29, 2016

Berlin Buzzwords 2016

Kafka & Flink. That pretty much sums up this year’s edition of Berlin Buzzwords. The Buzzwords conference is maybe the place in germany or even europe to exchange the latest and hottest tools and techniques in search, scale & store. At this edition, our very own Tobias Kässmann had the chance to present our take on fighting product search seo spam.

June 08, 2016

Search Technology Meetup IV - The international one

For our sixth edition of the Search Technology Meetup Hamburg we were able to invite some of the leading users and committers of Apache Solr and Elasticsearch. Codecentric hosted this event in their fabulous offices right at river Elbe.

April 24, 2016

Monoids in F#, JS and PHP

After watching Scott Wlaschin’s talk about functional programming patterns on vimeo I got interested in monoids. But the examples are in F# at which I’m not familiar. Let’s see how they can be used in JavaScript and PHP.

April 13, 2016

Retrospective training at it agile

We are doing a retrospective in a custom way after every scrum iteration and they are working pretty well for us. But as you know there is always potential left for optimization. Because of that we visited it-agile for a retrospective training.