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Daniel Sloof
Doing Magento stuff at . I like making things go fast.
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Daniel Sloof Oct 11
Replying to @SriSri @iiscbangalore
The opposite is true. Accepting anything without thorough examination is not scientific.
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Daniel Sloof Oct 11
I mean this in a good way, but why PWA (Studio)? Two of the menu links go external, and the other two could have been static pages. There are account/cart components top left but unsure of their purpose. Maybe I'm missing something 😅
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Daniel Sloof Sep 29
Replying to @camerarotterdam
Wat was hij goed weer! Larsson ook prima wedstrijd. 👌
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Daniel Sloof Sep 29
Replying to @SergiiShymko
I tend to name them like Namespace_ModuleName::underscored_plugin_classname for the purpose of avoiding naming conflicts.
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Daniel Sloof Sep 24
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Daniel Sloof Sep 20
Replying to @andreasemer
This doesn't only impact grids, but the entire feel of the backend. For example having a bundle product with ~10 options and ~100 child products makes rendering the product edit page very slow.
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Daniel Sloof Sep 20
Replying to @andreasemer
Grid rendering performance. Deferring updates can help here a lot: - I spent a couple of hours on this on a contribution day but couldn't get enough progress in.
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Daniel Sloof Sep 19
Replying to @keen_code
I've already read it, amazing book! Just ordered the follow-up to it (Homo Deus).
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Daniel Sloof Sep 18
It's from .
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Daniel Sloof Sep 18
Going on a 2 week vacation soon. Anyone have any good non-fictional books they would like to recommend? Doesn't necessarily have to be related to software engineering.
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Daniel Sloof Sep 15
Replying to @mrloo @wearejh
It's great but does come with a couple of requirements, such as needing elasticsearch as well as depending on some specific frontend theme. We (and by that I mean ) don't use traditional M2 frontend anymore so one of my future projects is to make it compatible with PWAs.
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Daniel Sloof Sep 15
Replying to @mrloo
Check out MageSuite: - It's an alternative to pagebuilder and is open source. More people should know about it :)
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Daniel Sloof Sep 15
Replying to @alanstorm
I don't really maintain it anymore, but let's see if pestle handles metapackages:
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Daniel Sloof Sep 13
Are the slides available somewhere?
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Daniel Sloof Sep 10
Replying to @Biappi @kruy and 2 others
I once got an Uber from Warsaw airport to a conference venue. Five years later they are still emailing me in Polish, no way to change it.
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Daniel Sloof Aug 30
I've seen that before for PHP in the form of - Unfortunately it isn't maintained and only works on systems that support Mozilla RR (read: linux). That would be an amazing feature that would suit that particular freemium model. I think so anyway :)
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Daniel Sloof Aug 30
Replying to @derickr @Psihius
How much potential for more features - could consider freemium model?
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Nikita Popov Aug 28
Time to look at notices & warnings we throw in the engine and check if the classification still makes sense. "Undefined variable" should not be a notice...
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Daniel Sloof Aug 23
Do they really? It's installing a php extension and adding 'xdebug.profiler_enable_trigger = 1' to a config file. From that point it's opening a file in preferred tool (wincachegrind, qcachegrind, etc). I think the bar of entry is really low actually.
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Daniel Sloof Aug 23
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