Magento custom Knockout.js bindings | Magento 2 Developer Documentation It might have taken 11 months, but it looks like Magento finally gave its dev docs team the resources they needed to document the UI Component Knockout JS custom bindings.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.
Packagento – A curated list of open source Magento 2 modules A new Composer repository from Adam Johnson that’s curating open-source Magento 2 extensions.astorm
(Putting this here in an external-memory/thinking-out-loud sort of way) Prior to Magento 2’s release, Magento executives circulated the idea that Magento 1 would reach its “end-of-life” three years after the release of Magento 2. Magento 2 was released November 17, 2015, which means Magento 1 reaches its end-of-life [...]astorm
(With apologies to whomever originally posted this technique – I can’t seem to find your original article. If you’d like link/credit just let me know) As companies start to go ahead with Magento 2 builds and Magento 2 upgrades, more an more developers are wondering what to do about the missing code pools from Magento 1. [...]astorm
List of mod_security Rules for Magento 1 A list of instructions from the (semi?) independent Mage Security Council on installing their scanner. This sort of buries the lead – the end of the instructions point off to a list of malware fingerprint, which server administrators can use to block common attacks before they ever reach Magento.astorm
The bin/magento setup:upgrade Command will Enable Non-Enabled modules · Issue #9516 · magento/magento2
The bin/magento setup:upgrade Command will Enable Non-Enabled modules · Issue #9516 · magento/magento2 Weird bit of behavior where the setup:upgrade command will automatically enable any module you’ve dropped into app/code. Small, but annoying bit of behavior if your run into it.astorm
I’m writing this down so I can remember it later – if you’re not deep into Magento service contracts apologies for the word soup. When Magento’s parsing doc block’s for parameter types, it’s only looking at interfaces – or possibly its only looking at the type it knows about. i.e. if you have [...]astorm