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Hello dear Processwire Users
I am still fairly new to Process Wire and I've been looking for a Calendar solution on my Website.
I wonder what other PCW Users use for their websites as i have found no Module for a Basic Calendar which I could use.
I have heard that most Websites simply use the Google Calendar but i don't know if that is true.
I thought that a solution that includes the PCW Backend would be pretty neat
Thank you in advance!
I have a project that, based on initial specs, I decided to build in another framework due to the client wanting the ability to regularly import data from an existing manufacturing system. I decided a platform that would allow me to match the imported data to the system would make sense. Since then, the project has morphed (I know, it never happens) and the regular import is unnecessary and so a comprehensive admin is needed. I want to switch to PW but don't want to have to manually link thousands of tables.
I have the import routine working for the main table but I am not sure how to import the support tables and automatically create the page fields for them.
Oh, in case it matter, the links are not autoincrement id fields, but character codes. Eg. Category table - code: TRN, description: Transportation
If someone can point me in the right direction it would be much appreciated.
This is a simple loader for LessQL, an ORM alternative for PHP. It is based on NotORM, and provides a quick way to access and find things in a database, including traversals and back-traversals.
As discussed in some earlier topics, there are times when you'd like to store some data away from ProcessWire's pages/fields/templates structure for whatever reasons. However ORMs are sometimes cumbersome and requires a lot more effort to deploy. LessQL offers a quick way to just up and go like you're using an ORM but without the added complexity and configuration files.
This modules simply loads the LessQL library into ProcessWire and exposes a $lessQL variable (configurable in settings) that gives access to your database. It uses the same database specified in $config by default, but can be set to use a separate database, along with its credentials.
Usage given a table person :
$people = $lessQL->person()->select("id, firstname, lastname")->where("firstname LIKE ?", "%alex%")->orderBy("firstname")->limit(10); It uses lazy loading and doesn't execute the query until it needs to. Checkout www.lessql.net for more info on LessQL.
Module wrapper is pretty much lifted from @teppo's RedBeanPHP module, but with a few modifications.
I was going to start working on a new site for myself and wife (a new hobby we have taken up), and had decided to try out Runcloud and Digital Ocean. I got my drop set up on digital ocean, as well as setting up various hooks/databases etc between github and run cloud. However, now I have hit a wall.
I cloned my "blank" repository into my local host (managed through MAMP) and dropped in a fresh install of PW, but now I have no idea of how to move forward. Is it best to just work locally, and then push this into a branch, and when ready, change branches and commit all to run cloud? Run cloud gives me an IP address to use for the database, but I can't get my localhost setup to recognize (I just get "Connection refused"). I am also unsure how to actually get my commits to push to run cloud, and handling the new set up.
I am probably in over my head, but I thought I would try something new as a good learning experience. However, now I am just drowning . Hopefully someone has some ideas on how to approach this, as I am very eager to get under way.
Since a couple of months, we have our new website live with processwire as CMS system.
In this website there is a huge database (1900+ trees), wich can be found with different filters. Take a look at www.vdberk.com/trees.
The website does not to be seen very fast when you select a couple of filters. Every time there is a delay between 3-5 seconds.
Now we are migrate the website to another sever, with more preformance. So we hope this give us some timeprofits.
Does anyone have any kind of suggest, to make this filter faster. Now the website is on PHP5.6, is php7 better? Can this make a different? We used ProCache already.
Thanks in advance