You can’t walk ten steps in this businesses without hearing Engineering is a set of tradeoffs. You rarely hear the other side of that: and sometimes we make the wrong tradeoffs which lead to living with garbage behavior for years. PHP leaks memory like a sieve. By leak we mean during a long running PHP request the amount of memory [...]astorm
Category: Programming Quickies
Back in they day, I ran a Tumblr blog named Magento Quickies where I’d post shorter, less in-depth posts about my travels through Magento’s source code. This Programming Quickies categories is the successor to that Tumblr blog. You’ll find all the old Magento Quickies content here, as well as new short posts about programming in general.
This section has its own RSS feed, the old Magento Quickies feed should should be redirecting, and we’re cross posting notifications for new posts over to magento-quickies.tumblr.com. In other words, you shouldn’t need to know any of this, but the duct tape that keeps the internet held together isn’t aging well, so your mileage may vary.
Below you'll find all the Programming Quickies articles on the site.
This one came out of a conversation in my Patreon mentoring Slack room. Someone was having trouble with their Magento 2 object manager configurations (di.xml) not showing up — but only during checkout. Their problem? They were dropping their di.xml files into the frontend folder etc/frontend/di.xml This is good enough to get class [...]astorm
TLDR; There’s a real .dev top level domain that Google owns (and Amazon previously tried to buy), and a recent Chromium nightly (Google Chrome’s browser engine) automatically redirects all .dev domain names to an HTTPs version of the site. Chrome to force .dev domains to HTTPS via preloaded HSTSastorm
When I’m working solo, (which usually means I’m doing the initial scoping and prototyping of some sort of feature and/or system), my “git workflow” is usually a shove it all into master affair. When I switch off to team work I often find myself in a situation where I’ve done a done of work without branching first. That’s where git move comes to the rescue. Okay, one more… Ever commit something only to immediately realize that you're on the wrong branch? Use "git move <branch>". pic.twitter.com/fKpZTRkdRu — coderabbi™[for rent] (@coderabbi) September 4, 2017astorm
Real Talk: I mostly just split/explode strings down to the parts I need these days, but I’ll always have a palce in my heart for regular expressions. Regular expression cheat sheet. pic.twitter.com/C0PdZ5aNXx — Mike Kearney📊 (@kearneymw) September 3, 2017astorm
One thing I breezed by in my recent Modifying a jQuery Widget in Magento 2 article was the whole returns two widgets RequireJS module thing. We mentioned that modules like the mage/menu module will do this. //File: vendor/magento/magento2-base/lib/web/mage/menu.js define([ "jquery", "matchMedia", "jquery/ui", [...]astorm