Jeffrey Harris

Portfolio of Projects


  • Sep 24, 2021

    A WooCommerce Replacement Part ][


    If you didn’t do the homework last time, you are following along with me as I get my server setup before starting to reverse engineer (and look at publicly available source code) the Printful WooCommerce plugin.

    Categorized under wooCommerce-replacement.

  • Sep 23, 2021

    A WooCommerce Replacement


    I have a WooCommerce site setup to sell some POD shirts fulfilled by Printful. When I was setting it up, I was having problems syncing my products to my site. The only thing that solved it was throwing more resources at it. Instead of using a small droplet until I build enough monthly sales to offset the cost of hosting and domain name, I have to use a more powerful droplet.

    Categorized under wooCommerce-replacement.

  • May 26, 2020

    Shortcuts on the CLI


    I’m working on a project, over budget and late. To keep the development environment exactly the same as the production environment, I am running a docker stack that I originally generated over at I have one image running the php-fpm executor, and while I’m working, it is the window into the Laravel engine. I’ve set the minimum PHP version to 7.4 to take advantage of the latest language features.

    Categorized under Command Line.

  • May 23, 2020

    Using fetch correctly


    One of my projects is using axios to handle AJAX calls. However, the project comes from a framework that is very opinionated as far as the front end setup. It comes with its own custom webpack setup and javascript boilerplate. It is fine to not worry about setting up your JavaScript environment when everything is built for you, but when you have a coding test or a fairly simple or short-term project that just needs to get going, you need to know how to do things yourself.

    Categorized under Code Snippets.

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