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  1. Hi y'all! 🙂 long time no hear (and it's all my fault - I haven't been to the forums for quite a while). Anyway, I got a complex question that as of right now, feels way above my skills. But I'll try to describe it, and I'm hoping to describe things in a way that's comprehensible: As it reads in the title, what's in front of me is a complex situation and a codebase I inherited. In its core, its about dynamic sorting. With dynamic sorting I mean two things: The field being sorted by is depended on user input AND a programmatical determined decision. More details follow below It's not as simple as sorting by `created_at`, for example. So I got a collection of templates in a PageArray. All of the items are being output using a loop (paginated, and so on). So far, so simple. Every item of this collection is of the same template. This template has a bunch of fields associacted with it, with numeric values. Let's simplify the situation for the sake of explaining and say that these fields can be grouped into certain clusters. In a template, a user can filter for certain (by using selects, which, upon change, change the URL). So that every filtered state is accessible unter its own URL. A user also has the opportunity to sort, and this is kind of where the field clusters come into play. Also, the selected sort mode is persisted in the URL, by a get parameter, for example ?sort=cluster1. Of course, both filter states and sort states are "mirrored" in the URL, so that every of these states can be accessible under its own URL. Going back to point 3: for all of the fields (in the clusters) there is a field counterpart which stores the inverted value of the field (in reality, this isn't the inversion but something more complicated - but for the sake of explaining, I'll describe it that way) Now, based on both sorting and filter settings (see 4. and 5.) a decision must be made whether the non-inverted or the inverted field should be used for sorting the whole connection. My questions: How would you solve this? My plan for today is to do a little proof of concept with runtime fields: Right after I got the user data regarding sorting and filtering I have all the data I need to decide whether to use a field or its inverted counterpart for sorting. I'm planning to create runtime fields in which I store the "decision" I'm now able to make (which value, the original or inverted field value I should use for sorting). The central query of getting the PageArray, filtering and sorting it is a rather complex one. In the code I inherited this query is built by modifying a large string that consists of data from the interface (regarding filtering and sorting). Only after every user settings is "read" this string gets passed as a rather sophisticated selector into a $page→find($complexQuery) API call. While experimenting I found out that it appears that runtime fields are not really considered in this approach (but maybe I'm doing things wrong). Should I instead leave the approach of trying to build it with the API and go for building a raw DB query instead? Is there an simple and obvious solution to the problem I described that I'm not able to see? Anyway, thanks a bunch! marcus
  2. I chose today more or less randomly, so Monday is not locked. Intention was to start a thing, to revive the discussion about it.
  3. Yes, still intend to be at Aufsturz at the given time. But unfortunately I know of nobody else joining besides from you.
  4. Nothing in that regard yet. Let's just try to meet over a drink and learn from that point on whether to set up any form of "infrastructure" at all 🙂
  5. I feel like that this topic is worth resurrecting. We could loosely meet in a pub first in order to test the waters if a PW related meetup in Berlin has a future. Concrete suggestion: what do you folks think of Monday, Aug 26th, 19:30, Aufsturz in Mitte district?
  6. Won't find the time to implement this anytime soon, sorry. Everybody feel free to submit a PR regarding this and maybe ping core contributor @justb3a regarding release
  7. See the link above: https://processwire.com/talk/topic/18655-solved-no-input-post-data-when-using-ajaxaxiospost/ I was not able to POST json to ProcessWire directly, had to stringify it first.
  8. What would be even more important: $input should accept JSON:
  9. In MapMarker's documentation there is a section about implementing the needed JavaScript file from Google: Search for this snippet in your template and change the value of src like this: Where XXXXXX is your API key. See the Hello World example here (lower part of the code example): https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/javascript/tutorial
  10. VueJS Axios https://www.npmjs.com/package/query-string In this case
  11. Yes. For version 3.0.106 this would be $ wireshell upgrade --sha 643c9d3a87ddd8d579c4879c2382a9170466344b
  12. For anyone stumbling over this topic, here's the solution (don't forget this is not production code - sanitize your data!). Make sure you are adding the Querystring (Qs) lib somehow axios.post('./', Qs.stringify({ yes_no: this.yes_no }), { headers: { 'X-Requested-With': 'XMLHttpRequest', 'Content-type': 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded' } }) .then(function (response) { console.log("response:", response.data); }) .catch(function (error) { console.log("error:", error); });
  13. Thanks for the enlightenment! I obviously deal to much with Laravel lately, so I somehow ruled out this possibility....
  14. Hi there, I ran into a problem posting form data via AJAX. Of course I did some research on the topic via Google, this forum and looking into ProcessWire's core code and found the following steps... Setting headers to 'X-Requested-With', 'XMLHttpRequest' Using a trailing slash ...but to no avail. As you can see in the following code I log the response, in this case just a var_dump() of wire("input")->post, but i just get response: object(ProcessWire\WireInputData)#240 (0) { } Here's my code in total. It's simplified, but should work, but for some reason does not. Could any of you point me towards the solution/my fallcy? Thanks in advance! <?php if (wire("config")->ajax) { if (wire("input")->post) { var_dump(wire("input")->post); } } else { ?> <div id="app"> <form action="./" method="post" v-on:submit.prevent="getFormValues"> <label><input type="radio" name="yes_no" id="yes" <?= ($page->yes_no == "1") ? "checked" : "" ?> value="1"/>Ja</label> <label><input type="radio" name="yes_no" id="no" <?= ($page->yes_no == "2") ? "checked" : "" ?> value="2"/>Nein</label> <button type="submit">Go</button> <p>{{ yes_no }}</p> </form> </div> <script src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/vue@2.5.13/dist/vue.js"></script> <script src="https://unpkg.com/axios/dist/axios.min.js"></script> <script> new Vue({ el: '#app', data: { yes_no: '(unbeantwortet)' }, methods: { getFormValues: function (e) { this.yes_no = e.target.elements.yes_no.value; axios.post('./', { yes_no: this.yes_no }, { headers: { 'X-Requested-With': 'XMLHttpRequest', 'Content-Type': 'application/json' } }) .then(function (response) { console.log("response:", response.data); }) .catch(function (error) { console.log("error:", error); }); } } }); </script> <?php } ?> // edit: I forgot to mention that the POST request is sent (I can track it in developer tools) and it includes the data I'm intending to send. So I really assume it is a reception problem.
  15. This is odd. Usually, PWAT showing in the backend proofs that everything is fine (= your user has the needed role). Have you tried to clear compiled files (on the bottom of your Modules › Site)? Since the modules only does a very simple Page hook I strongly believe your experience has something to do with caching
  16. That's a really great tool I never heard of, thanks for mentioning it, but I have no idea how to include it to PWAT (except maybe a reminder / link on the module settings page)
  17. Hi y'all! Long time no see. Here's a little module aiming to help you build accessible websites ProcessWire Accessibility Tools Download: http://modules.processwire.com/modules/pwat/ Github: https://github.com/marcus-herrmann/PWAT A small, but hopefully growing toolkit for creating accessible ProcessWire sites. Right now it consists of the following little helpers: tota11y visualization toolkit by Khan Academy A toggle button to see view site in grayscale. The w3c recommends checking your page without colours to see if your design still works (accompanied by a colours contrast check, which is part of tota11y) A link to test your webpage with WAVE, webaim's Web Accessibility eValuation Tool. By the nature of this tool, the website under test must be available online, local hosts won't work. Installation Once you have downloaded PWAT, go to your module Install page and click "Check for new modules". Find "ProcessWire Accessibility Tools" and click "Install". During installation, PWAT creates a new role 'pwat_user'. To use the Accessibility Tools, you have to grant user this role. Following, you can start configuring the module. Usage PWAT starts with only the tota11y script activated. On the configuration page you can decide whether PWAT is visible on admin pages if tota11y is active if the grayscale toggle is active if the link to WAVE will be visible Credits The amazing tota11y visualization tool by Khan Academy Inspiration: Paul J. Adam's bookmarklets Inspiration: WordPress wa11y Plugin Best, marcus
  18. Wild guesses from my side: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/9062365/symfony-warning-rename-app-cache-dev-app-cache-dev-old-access-den https://github.com/symfony/symfony/issues/10325
  19. Currently it's not easy for me to find the time to properly prepare a Virtual Windows10 machine with PHP/composer in order to reproduce. Are there any other Window users out there that can? I assume you are using wireshell 1.0.2?
  20. RT @oliverturner: Wish we spent as much time agonising over the accessibility issues of all devices as spent addressing the oddities of thi…

  21. @BVG_Kampagne Hashtag vergessen: #weilwirdichlindnern

  22. @Una @Headspace It's Jony Ive, isn't it?

  23. RT @nico_knoll: [3/3] ... So every transaction is validated and can be retraced. #btw17 (The idea came to me while reading: https://t.co/TE…

  24. This is really strange. What other Modules do you have installed (asking this question feels a little "WordPress" )?
  25. Hm, when you turn ProcessWire debug mode on (in site/config.php), do you get any warnings? Could you paste the call to renderLink() here? Does it contain an "echo"?
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