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Re: A Declarative Approach for Database Schema Upgrades

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Re: A Declarative Approach for Database Schema Upgrades It sounds like Magento’s planning a pretty radical overhaul of how it handles schema and data upgrades between versions. The looks to be a fiat from on high (vs. the community driven approach they’ve been using for bug fixes). If you’re making schema/data changes that aren’t in Magento’s core or Marketplace code bases, you’ll want to pay attention to this – your deck chairs may need shifting about.

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oddyssey/mailtrap

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oddyssey/mailtrap A simple mailtrap extension for Magento 2. Mailtrap is a service that lets you point your development instances at an SMTP server that accepts mail, but doesn’t deliver it. Instead mailtrap collects all the mail in a single INBOX. If you’ve ever accidentally emailed an entire customer list with a subject line like Subject: Testing, hope this s——t works. you’ll instantly see the value. The Magento extension is also a simple example of how to hook into the MagentoFrameworkMailTransport class with a custom preference and change the behavior of the email system.

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Reserved Words in Magento 2 URL  Paths

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Reserved Words in Magento 2 URL  Paths A StackExchange self answer where I use a plugin to work around the reserved-PHP-symbol-in-class-name problem that can plague Magento 2 URL routing. What’s extra baffling about this is Magento has a fix coded up, but only applies it to one URL segment. I suspect this is less baffling if you can gives up the idea that Magento 2 should retain its the rapid application prototyping roots of its ancestors.

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Magento 2 – Form Validation

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Magento 2 – Form Validation A StackExchange post that contains most (all?) of the CSS classes that can control Magento 2’s form validation. Magento seems to apply the validation rules on all form submits – although I haven’t dug too deeply into that one so caveat emptor etc. Also, a bonus for folks who read these Tumblr desciptions — here’s a quick bit of javascript that will take M1 style HTML and make all the fields required in an M2 context. require(['jquery'], function($){ $('.required-entry').each(function(key, element){ $(element).attr('required','required'); }); }); Useful if you have a complex form built with a combination of […]

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