Technical vocabulary

  • APM

    APM means Application Performance Monitoring. It consists of monitoring the performance of your application (here b2evolution) on your Web Server. b2evolution natively supports monitoring with New Relic. more »
  • Bootstrap Framework

    Bootstrap is a popular CSS framework for creating Responsive (RWD?) web sites. b2evolution uses Bootstrap extensively for it’s default Skins as well as for its Back Office. more »
  • HTTP Referer

    The HTTP Referer header is a header that is transmitted with the HTTP request when a link is clicked on one page and a new page is requested through HTTP. This allows Analytics to track where a user is coming from or what path a user is following on th… more »
  • Responsive Web Design (RWD)

    Responsive Web Design (RWD) is a set of techniques that make your web pages adapt to the screen size on which they are viewed. b2evolution v6+ uses the Bootstrap framework as the core layer for achieving RWD. b2evolution also takes care of resizing… more »
  • SMTP

    SMTP means Simple Mail Transfer Protocol. It is the protocol used to communicate between mail servers on the internet. When b2evolution or PHP wants to send an email to a Recipient, it needs to contact a mail server (preferably directly the destination… more »
  • Scheduled Job

    A ScheduledTask that is planned to be executed or which has been executed by the Scheduler. See: Scheduled Task Reference more »
  • Scheduled Task

    A task (See: Scheduled Task Reference) that can be planned to execute by the scheduler. A planned task is called a Scheduled Job. more »
  • Scheduler

    The Scheduler is a b2evolution feature that allows to execute Scheduled Jobs without requesting an action from a user to trigger the execution. In other words, Scheduled Jobs are executed asynchronously, at predefined times and/or intervals. See also:… more »