...and that we also save efforts for later stage. At the final stage we will be using CSV files for inventory managements. So, you need to have the idea of uploading CSV files, fetching data by Woocommerce (its deep knowledge) to avoid any future hiccups. The CSV file will be created from MS-Excel file and updated periodically. You need to make it look good
We are fetching data from the database php/mysql there are lots of [login to view URL] querry is taking long to execute we are loading data once and basically show/hide with [login to view URL] the querry itself is taking long to execute having bad user experience.
The server receives the request for fetching images from another URL (which has images). Right now I'm planning instead of fetching the images each time from another URL, and I'm planning to create caching in the Java project which stores all images. When the new request comes in for the server, first we have to check the cache for the requested image