1. Häufige Fehler in der Software-Entwicklung

    Software-Entwicklungsprojekte sind bekannt dafür, dass sie nicht in der Zeit, Qualität oder im Budget geliefert werden. Aber warum ist das so? In diesem Blog Post listen wir die aus unserer Sicht häufigsten Fehler auf die in der Software-Entwicklung gemacht werden und zu erhöhten Kosten oder einer schlechten Qualität führen.

  2. pylibmc and the dreaded "memcached.h file not found" error

    You are installing pylibmc but it always fails with an error message like "'libmemcached/memcached.h' file not found". Here I'll show you likely causes and how to fix them on macOS and Linux (Ubuntu, Debian)

  3. When Homebrew's Postgres Upgrade Fails

    Internally we upgraded our development machines from Postgresql 12 to version 13. Things went sideways because we also use Postgis in a lot of our projects. This is what to do when this happens.

  4. Wagtail Instagram Thumbnail Url Max Length

    Facebook recently started having thumbnail_urls that are longer than the limit enforced by Wagtail (255 characters). In this post we will explore how to work (or "hack") around this limitation.

  5. Wagtail Instagram New oEmbed API

    Facebook recently deprecated the (now) legacy Instagram oEmbed API. This breaks embedding of Instagram posts in Wagtail. Here's how to work around this until the Wagtail Core Team can get to it.

  6. Adding TikTok Embed Support To Wagtail

    TikTok has already found its way into a lot of people's lives. Now it's time to add it to your Wagtail CMS driven site. Your marketing team will love it and it only takes 3 minutes.

  7. Handling specific exceptions in JavaScript

    This is a story of how trying to catch an exception in JavaScript led to destroying the user experience of a signup process. Or: how stackoverflow and minification don't always save the day.

  8. Create wagtail pages programmatically

    Programmatically creating the Wagtail page tree can save you and your team a lot of time in the long run.

  9. Is System.Text.Json in .NET Core 3 ready for prime-time?

    With the advent of .NET Core 3, there is finally builtin support for JSON, without the need to use the excellent Json.NET. Let's take a quick dive in and see if we should jump ship yet.

  10. Wagtail multi-language and internationalization

    Websites often have an international audience. The process of serving translated content is referred to as "internationalization" or "multi-language" support. Here's how we're approaching that in our web projects using Wagtail.

  11. How to build a language switcher in Wagtail / Django

    A switcher enables users to seamlessly transition between different languages. But how can we achieve this functionality in a Wagtail project? We need a way to link pages together.