geschrieben von Covos
am 5. Juni 2018 - 17:56
Heute erhielt ich mal wieder Neuigkeiten aus der Welt des Datenschutzes mit dringenden Änderungsaufforderungen sowie Empfehlungen wie man DSGVO-konform überleben kann. Während ich mir die Dinge durchlas, entstand Stückchen für Stückchen ein Bild vor meinen Augen. Dieses Bild symbolisiert für mich die Zukunft des Surfens wenn es nach Meinung der „Datenschützer“ und Anwälte geht. Leute,...
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am 5. Juni 2018 - 13:29
Another set of slides from a Benoit Jacquemont talk I would have loved to see. My high level summary Don’t forget that your PHP program isn’t talking with anything directly, all activity goes through the your operating system’s kernel, and there are tools (strace on linux) for looking at the system calls your program is indirectly making Tangentially, I also recently came acros php-strace, a composer package that wraps up the logic of using strace to diagnose PHP segmentation faults.
geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 5. Juni 2018 - 0:50

An insider list of the best places to visit, eat, and play

geschrieben von Covos
am 4. Juni 2018 - 15:23
Wir freuen uns sehr über die Nominierung des „Brown-Forman B2B-Shops“ sowie die Platzierung unter den Top 10  beim diesjährigen „Meet Magento DE Award„. Weitere Informationen gibt es in unserem Services-Blog.
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am 4. Juni 2018 - 15:13
Eschewing new in Javascript and Coding Standards:

This Stack Overflow post about some weird differences between direct instantionation of an Array vs. using the new Array constructor function is a great example of why coding standards can be more than just window dressing. It’s not that one of the methods is better than the other, but by chosing one over the other you avoid the mental overhead of accounting for inconsistant behavior in whatever language you’re using.

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am 4. Juni 2018 - 13:21
This Stack Overflow post about some weird differences between direct instantionation of an Array vs. using the new Array constructor function is a great example of why coding standards can be more than just window dressing. It’s not that one of the methods is better than the other, but by chosing one over the other you avoid the mental overhead of accounting for inconsistant behavior in whatever language you’re using.
geschrieben von Dmytro Cheshun
am 4. Juni 2018 - 8:49

In this blog post, I would like to share a pretty interesting and not obvious solution on how to join some additional details to cart item block on checkout cart page.

Let’s say we need to add the “Brand” custom product attribute and show its value within a specific block on the product view page and checkout cart page. It’s very simple in the scope of the product page, but how to deal with number cart items on checkout cart page. There are a couple of issues which you may face with. We will cover them further.

Product View Page

If the default product information tab containing the list of visible product attributes is not enough, and you need to use some custom block with its own structure, in some specific place – you can simply retrieve the product from the registry and get the needed attribute value:

/** @var \Magento\Catalog\Model\Product $product */ $product = $this->registry->registry('product'); $brand = $product->…

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am 3. Juni 2018 - 15:13
Modern MySQL and User Authentication:

Given the date on the Stack Overflow post that saved me this is probably old hat for most of you, but it looks like the MySQL configuration provided by Ubuntu 18’s default apt-get repositories defaults to using “the auth_socket plugin”, which links your MySQL logins with your actual system login. Gave me a bit of the get off my lawn once I figured out what was going on.

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am 3. Juni 2018 - 13:37
Given the date on the Stack Overflow post that saved me this is probably old hat for most of you, but it looks like the MySQL configuration provided by Ubuntu 18’s default apt-get repositories defaults to using “the auth_socket plugin”, which links your MySQL logins with your actual system login. Gave me a bit of the get off my lawn once I figured out what was going on.
geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 1. Juni 2018 - 22:14

The cupcake maven shares the key ingredients of her success

geschrieben von Dmytro Cheshun
am 29. Mai 2018 - 8:41

Magento 2 implements the service contracts design pattern – a set of PHP interfaces that are defined for a module. A service contract includes service and data interfaces, which hide business logic details from service requestors such as controllers, web services, and other modules.

Web APIs in Magento 2 are bound to service contracts via configuration files. The API Data interfaces strictly define the data set available for data object for the entity, return types etc. Basically, the data interface represents the data to be included in the response, when it comes to WebAPI. Third-party developers cannot change API Data interface in the Magento core. So, the only way to affect interfaces using configuration is to add extension attributes. However, there is one requirement – data object to be extended must also implement the Magento\Framework\Api\ExtensibleDataInterface interface.

Let’s imagine we need to add a new “Customer Feedback…

geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 25. Mai 2018 - 16:46

Updated Magento Commerce policies and agreements meet GDPR standards

geschrieben von Fabian Blechschmidt
am 24. Mai 2018 - 15:31

Thanks to DSGVO some customers want to have a cookie notice:

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Magento has this feature already built in. You can turn it on in the backend:

System > Configuration > General > Web > Session Cookie Management > Cookie Restriction Mode: YES

Beside this you can define what the customer sees in the CMS block: cookie_restriction_notice_block.

Magento can have the same cms block identifier for different stores. Unfortunately this doesn't work for this feature.

The reason is:

class Mage_Page_Block_Html_CookieNotice extends Mage_Core_Block_Template { public function getCookieRestrictionBlockContent() { $blockIdentifier = Mage::helper('core/cookie')->getCookieRestrictionNoticeCmsBlockIdentifier(); $block = Mage::getModel('cms/block')->load($…
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am 24. Mai 2018 - 14:49
Adobe Buys Magento:

I imagine it’s a narrow sliver of folks who follow this site and don’t follow the trades, but just in case: Adobe is going to buy Magento Inc. Right now there’s the usual sound and fury you’d expect from the usual places — Magento’s relentlessly on-message machine isn’t slacking off just because their goal is in sight. The sale doesn’t feel like much of a surprise although the buyer’s thrown folks for a loop. Sit with it a moment though, and you realize Adobe 2018 is a lot like the game company Steam — they’re innovating less in what the […]

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am 24. Mai 2018 - 14:49
Weird PHP Operators:

This one came across my desk last week. Dangers of using a kitchen sink language I suppose.

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am 24. Mai 2018 - 13:45
I imagine it’s a narrow sliver of folks who follow this site and don’t follow the trades, but just in case: Adobe is going to buy Magento Inc. Right now there’s the usual sound and fury you’d expect from the usual places — Magento’s relentlessly on-message machine isn’t slacking off just because their goal is in sight. The sale doesn’t feel like much of a surprise although the buyer’s thrown folks for a loop. Sit with it a moment though, and you realize Adobe 2018 is a lot like the game company Steam — they’re innovating less in what the […]
geschrieben von Covos
am 24. Mai 2018 - 11:27
„Flash ist zu unsicher und wird abgeschaltet“ – diese Nachricht ist seit einiger Zeit bekannt und nun merkt man es doch immer mehr. Zuerst musste man in Browsern aktiv erlauben, dass Flash für verwendet wird und nun gibt es darüber hinaus gehende Einschränkungen. Bekannt war das Problem mit Flash schon lange im Bereich des Bild-Uploades...
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am 23. Mai 2018 - 13:36
This one came across my desk last week. Dangers of using a kitchen sink language I suppose.
geschrieben von Sebastian
am 23. Mai 2018 - 7:44

Adobe hat den E-Commerce-Software-Anbieter Magento geschluckt. Der Preis: 1,68 Milliarden Dollar. Damit bringt sich der Anbieter von Photoshop & Co. auf Augenhöhe mit Unternehmen wie Salesforce.com. Das Umsatzpotenzial beziffert Adobe auf rund 13 Milliarden Dollar. Adobe Systems Inc., die Softwareschmiede die unter Anderem hinter der Fotobearbeitungssoftware Photoshop und dem Acrobat PDF Reader steht kauft die […]

Der Beitrag Adobe kauft Magento für 1,68 Milliarden Dollar erschien zuerst auf Mag-tutorials.de.

geschrieben von akobrina
am 21. Mai 2018 - 20:52

Mark Lavelle shares his thoughts on the announcement.