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  1. I'm running 3.0.175 on a dev site and all works as expected for editing admin templates & fields. Have you tried reverting to the PW default UiKit admin theme? Maybe something to do with the custom admin theme you're using
  2. Thanks for the suggestions. Putting it down to a 'who knows?' Nothing changed and all small images that failed yesterday uploaded fine today. That's net-life for you! LOL
  3. I've searched, and maybe missed, the solution. I have a 'normal' images field and uploading images with a file size greater than 10Kb is fine. Any image size smaller results in the never-ending spinner and no upload. No min/max width/height set on image uploads in admin, ie just the defaults. Any ideas on how to fix? Using: PW: 3.0.175 PHP: 7.3 Marking it as "Resolved" rather than "Solved" as it auto-magically fixed itself. No idea whether PW, PHP, or just an internet hiccough... All good now 🀞
  4. May not be @Sanyaissues' fault. I've had ProCache debug on and then unchecked the Debug checkbox to turn it off and debug stays on. Seems the empty checkbox isn't always respected. Just saying... Nice site πŸ™‚
  5. Thanks to @bernhard introducing me to Tabulator, I've used it in several projects too - both admin and frontend side. It's powerful & fast. Once you get your PW PageArray converted to json, it's just a matter of defining your columns, filters & CSS
  6. @JeevanisM have no answer to that question. It's one I'm asking myself. I truly hope I don't simply to win business, especially for clients who don't need it but are being lemmings and following the hype. I Googled the "benefits of REACT" and every SERP article was written by a JS developer who confused "benefits" with "features". Eg: "It manages state" is a feature, not a clearly defined benefit to the user
  7. I'm really hoping the "everything needs to be node/react/js" fad/hype dies off soon. Twice today on 'important' sites (one an airline booking site), the ajax/promise/whatever failed. Was left looking a never-ending spinner. Awkward as had no idea where my flight booking went. Don't get me wrong, JS is useful but like most things in life, please use in moderation
  8. The repeater parent is not the page that calls the repeater item. To get the page that it appears on, you need to use 'getForPage()'
  9. Yep, everything I had working with AppApi and REACT/NextJS broke with the PW 3.0.173 upgrade. Downgrading is a short-term option but limits future PW upgrade benefits
  10. Doing a little happy dance. Has only taken me a week to figure out how to match React/NextJS to work with @Sebi's amazing AppApi module with pages below the top level, ie routing. I'm sure many of you PHP/PW gurus would have figured it out sooner
  11. @Sebi Thanks for the quick response. I'd already gone past that point both in PW and Postman so the connection is good. I'd even written my own method in Examples to get a page by ID. Maybe not as sophisticated as yours but it too worked: <?php namespace ProcessWire; Class Example { public static function test () { return ['test successful']; } public static function getPageById($data) { $data = AppApiHelper::checkAndSanitizeRequiredParameters($data, ['id|int']); $p = wire('pages')->get("id=$data->id"); if(!$p->id) throw new \Exception('Page not found', 404); $response = new \StdClass(); // Hardcode any data you need that does not have an inputfield field in the admin $response->id = $p->id; $response->name = $p->name; $response->path = $p->path; // This retrieves all the admin input fields. Does not (yet) get page images or files, just single entry data $fields = $p->getFields(); foreach ($fields as $fld) { $fldName = $fld->name; $response->$fldName = $p->$fld; } return $response; } } This enabled me to get the page data into the NextJS client and embed in the 'template/component' as variables from any existing PW page. My next exercise was to delve into the NextJS router so that I could retrieve pages via their path and those paths would appear in the URL. Couldn't work it out in my own PW code (no surprises there!). It was then I installed your Twack module and used the Twack routes & TwackAccess.class.php at which point I ran into the issues mentioned above. I'm sure it's my lack of knowledge of REACT/NextJS rather than your code... Doesn't help when their doco doesn't match up with their examples in gitHub. Even so, it would great to use your TwackAccess classes rather than reinventing the wheel.
  12. Excited to be learning REACT/NextJS. It's so 'on-trend'. I can double my hourly rate, take 3x as long to deliver a website with 2/3 of the Google Lighthouse results and who doesn't love the spinner while the component content loads? Doing a well optimised PW site with minimal JS, fast page loads, accessibility, SEO and more built in is so old hat. And even better, with JS frontends, the code maintenance goes on and on. No end to revenue possibilities. FML
  13. I've read the doco, installed the module & Twack and no matter what I try when retrieving a page, all I get back is a successful Promise or worse, an error message about invalid json. Using React/Nextjs and the page is published, viewable & using the basic-page template. The authorisation is single JWT and the client JS code is: export async function PWPageByUrl(path) { // url is correct and returns a result, just not the one I was expecing const res = await fetch(`${process.env.NEXT_PUBLIC_API_URL}/${process.env.NEXT_PUBLIC_API_VERSION}/page/${path}`, { headers: { 'x-api-key': process.env.NEXT_PUBLIC_API_KEY, 'authorization': process.env.NEXT_PUBLIC_TOKEN } } ) const data = await res.json() if (!data) { return { notFound: true, } } return { props: { data }, // will be passed to the page component as props } } On the PW server side as per doco with routes modified for v1, I have: I'm obviously missing something. Help to get it working as expected much appreciated. Thanks
  14. Once you've created your $year_overview PageArray, does the template use custom fields from the pages to generate the output? If so, it may be that the slowness is due to multiple calls back to the db during loops to get the custom fields' data. Try including the custom fields in the initial selector with 'auto-join' or using the new methods released by Ryan. https://processwire.com/blog/posts/find-faster-and-more-efficiently/#boost-performance-with-new-programmatic-autojoin-options
  15. It's a premium module but I believe Repeater Matrix will do exactly what you need. It's one of my 'must haves' on every site I create. It's part of the ProFields pack and I use other features on every site too, like Functional Fields . I'll be using the new Combo field as well. The time it saves me is well worth the investment not to mention the great support in the forum from other ProField users & Ryan himself. https://processwire.com/store/pro-fields/
  16. @Rudy & @Craig Thank you both πŸ™‚
  17. This is driving me nuts! What I want to do is get 'today' with a name, eg 'Tue', then create an array of week day names going backwards for a week, eg "Tue Mon Sun Sat Fri Thu Wed". My code is where $today is a timestamp for 'today': private static function _onlineWeek ($today, $progams) { $dt = wire('datetime'); $result = []; $dayNames = []; for ($i = 0; $i <= 6; $i++) { $daySeconds = $i * 86400; $dayTS = $today - ($daySeconds); $day = $dt->date('D', $dayTS); $dayNames[] = $day; } $result['labels'] = $dayNames; return $result; } The result is as follows starting with "Thu"???? array(1) { ["labels"]=&gt; array(7) { [0]=&gt; string(3) "Thu" [1]=&gt; string(3) "Wed" [2]=&gt; string(3) "Tue" [3]=&gt; string(3) "Mon" [4]=&gt; string(3) "Sun" [5]=&gt; string(3) "Sat" [6]=&gt; string(3) "Fri" } } Php dates are always a nightmare for me and this just doesn't compute in my brain. What am I doing wrong and suggestions on how to fix gratefully appreciated. Thanks in advance psy
  18. psy

    PW & Google Workbox PWA

    Hi @MoritzLost thanks for your reply. Obviously, I'm new to workbox and really appreciate the feedback πŸ™‚ Probably no reason other than when I did, I got lots of errors in the console. Precaching important pages is an excellent tip, as is auto-generating workbox-config.js in PW then including it in the service worker. This is my first successful attempt with Workbox after many, many failures trying to follow the docs. Just wanted to get it working. I especially struggled with the workbox-config.js generation using the CLI. The 'publish' directory cannot be '/' - which it is in PW and when when I could get it to generateSW with the publish directory as the root, it picked up loads of unnecessary files eg in /modules/, /assets/, etc. Seemed easier to create it manually than unpick the CLI's best guesses. For me, a nicely presented page with a logo & phone number is a better UX than the ugly browser default. At least the user can call if their internet is down.
  19. Around 3yrs ago I got excited about Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) and found a site that magically created an offline experience with a few clicks. It worked until it didn't. Had to backtrack and remove the PWA code on lots of sites due mainly to exceeded offline cache storage causing problems. My JS skills weren't, and still aren't, up to the level of expertise needed to rectify. I still did the manifest.json thing, reduced the network load wherever possible and got some great Google Lighthouse performance results by tweaking PW especially with ProCache. 3yrs is a long time in web life. If 1 dog year = 7 human years, then 1 web year must be 10+ human years. I delved back into PWAs recently and Google Workbox in particular. The biggest hurdle I had to overcome was Google's own Workbox docs. Forget the "Import" statements and the CLI easy PWA method recommended in the docs. They don't (or I could not get them to) work with ProcessWire. They're geared to web apps like React that have a build process that publishes to a directory eg 'app'. ProcessWire doesn't work that way. So here's what worked for me: Create a template. I called mine "offline" that may only have one page, no children and does not have a trailing slash at the end of the URL. Create a page, add fields as necessary, eg 'body' and apply the 'offline' template and save as a child of "Home" Change the page url to 'offline.html' - this is the default page name for Workbox. Easier to change this than fiddle around overriding the Google Workbox defaults. For extra comfort, I made the page name 'Unique' and 'Hidden' from lists and searches. Ensure the workbox service worker javascript is NOT appended to the offline.html page On all other pages append the following to the <body> tag. I'm using Regions so this goes in my <region id="regFooterScripts"> in _main.php <?php if ($page->name != "offline.html") : ?> <script> if ('serviceWorker' in navigator) { let scrUrl = '<?=$pages->get('/')->httpUrl?>sw.js'; window.addEventListener('load', () => { navigator.serviceWorker.register(scrUrl, {scope: '/'}).then(registration => { console.log('Service Worker registered: ', registration) }).catch(registrationError => { console.log('Service Worker registration failed: ', registrationError) }) }) } </script> <?php endif; ?> Next, by hook or by crook, get the workbox library into a directory of your PW project. You can use the CLI 'copyLibraries' feature. See https://developers.google.com/web/tools/workbox/modules/workbox-cli for more info. Do NOT use any of the other CLI features! You can also download the library from gitHub. Didn't go there so please don't ask for help. I used the CLI method & saved the files to site/templates/scripts/workbox. Now you can start building your sw.js file which is saved in root directory. Here's mine using the Google Workbox docs & recipes. The big thing to remember is NOT to "Import" anything despite what the docs say. When you configure workbox to use your local copy of the library, all importing is done for you by using the 'workbox' namespace. importScripts('/site/templates/scripts/workbox/workbox-v6.0.2/workbox-sw.js'); workbox.setConfig({ modulePathPrefix: '/site/templates/scripts/workbox/workbox-v6.0.2/', globIgnores: ['processwire/**.*'] // change according to your PW admin URL }); // Include offline.html in the manifest workbox.precaching.precacheAndRoute([ {url: '/offline.html', revision: null } ]); workbox.routing.registerRoute( ({url}) => url.pathname.startsWith('/processwire/'), // change according to your PW admin URL new workbox.strategies.NetworkOnly() ); workbox.recipes.googleFontsCache(); workbox.recipes.pageCache(); workbox.recipes.staticResourceCache(); workbox.recipes.imageCache(); workbox.recipes.offlineFallback(); These are all the basic workbox features & recipes including offline.html and will probably need updating as time goes by. Up to you to add/modify/delete as you like and outside the scope of this tutorial. Good luck & have fun with Google Workbox PWAs in ProcessWire sites.
  20. You can use padding/margins to tweak but first define your rows and columns so that they overlap where required. In the example below I have a text block partially overlapping an image. On small screens, the text overlaps at the bottom and on larger screens, the text is on the left and overlaps the image on the right.
  21. Kevin Powell has a good tutorial using grid columns and rows to overlap content.
  22. psy

    Get ready to party!

    Lighthouse results for home page. Best practices & speed pulled down by annoying chat applet (forgot to mention that js - not my code or choice). Not sure of server spec. Shared hosting account. So, not under 100ms in this scenario but I'm happy when Google is happy πŸ™‚ Thanks for the tip. Will get image from client πŸ™‚
  23. psy

    Get ready to party!

    @flydev πŸ‘ŠπŸ» πŸ™‚ The home page has no caching. It's pure HTML & CSS including the gallery slider above the footer. CSS is such a powerful beast and HTML now has image lazy loading. The images in the slider, subsets of party packs, list of suburbs & featured customer love change on every page load which is a testament to the power & speed of PW
  24. psy

    Get ready to party!

    Thanks @flydev πŸ‘ŠπŸ» and I'll check what's happening in Safari (the new IE πŸ˜†) Edit: Scroll bar works on my MAC with Safari 14.0.1 so not sure why it's not working for you
  25. psy

    Get ready to party!

    Client happy with Happy Monkey πŸ˜‰
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