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Some of the Funniest Comments on Code - Quora Discovery
Sep 16th, 2012
My Favorite - Vote for your
Read Quote of Alex Regueiro #8217;s answer to Computer Programming: What are some of the funniest comments in source code? on Quora
Here #8217;s the full read.
Read Quote of Alex Regueiro #8217;s answer to Computer Programming: What are some of the funniest comments in source code? on Quora
MageNote - Select First Options of the Configurable Product Options on Load
Sep 12th, 2012
Here #8217;s the script on Gist.
The Most Popular Programming Jokes - Quora
Sep 7th, 2012
Read Quote of Anon User #8217;s answer to What are the most popular computer programming jokes? on Quora
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Read Quote of Victor Echevarria #8217;s answer to What are the most popular computer programming jokes? on Quora
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Is Consciousness a Form of Energy?
Sep 6th, 2012
Read Quote of Craig Weinberg #8217;s answer to Consciousness: Is consciousness a form of energy? on Quora
Ajaxify - Now Available on Github
Sep 6th, 2012
Ajaxify, has been on Magento connect for sometimes now and it has reached over 200 downloads. I thought to put on github so that it can be enhanced collaboratively on https://github.com/subeshpokhrel/ajaxify.
I am also working on the next release of the extension and will be updating there.
Magento Block Caching Not Working - Try Using Magento Protected Constructor
Aug 27th, 2012
You have tried a lot to use Magento block caching, described in here but still your block is not being cache. Here #8217;s a solution do not use the public constructor to write your block cache data, just use the protected constructor to add the data. Then you will see your block will be cached.
In fact I think we should always used protected constructor to initialize anything on Magento. Am I right or what do folks has to say about this?
MagNotes Series : Magento Get Store by Store Code
Mar 21st, 2012
About MagNotes Series
In this blog I have always shared about what I鈥檝e learned on Magento, which I felt is taken me one step closer to understanding Magento and Magento development. But during the course of time, I bump on some elementary things which are absolutely required. So just for those elementary things I鈥檝e decided to create a series (MagNotes Series) , for myself as a reference or for whoever think this is helpful.
[source lang= #8221;php #8221;]
protected function _getStoreByCode($storeCode)
{
$stores = array_keys(Mage::app()- gt;getStores());
foreach($stores as $id){
$store = Mage::app()- gt;getStore($id);
if($store- gt;getCode()==$storeCode) {
return $store;
}
}
return false;
}
[/source]
MagNotes Series : Magento Get Locale Options as Single Array
Mar 20th, 2012
About MagNotes Series
In this blog I have always shared about what I鈥檝e learned on Magento, which I felt is taken me one step closer to understanding Magento and Magento development. But during the course of time, I bump on some elementary things which are absolutely required. So just for those elementary things I鈥檝e decided to create a series (MagNotes Series) , for myself as a reference or for whoever think this is helpful.
[source lang= #8221;php #8221;]
// Get all the locale options
$locale = new Mage_Adminhtml_Model_System_Config_Source_Locale();
$localSource = $locale- gt;toOptionArray();
// Change Options array to one dimentional array
$localSourceCodes = array();
foreach ($localSource as $source) {
$localSourceCodes [$source [ #8216;value #8217;]] = $source [ #8216;label #8217;];
}
[/source]
MagNote Series : Magento Get Default Store
Mar 20th, 2012
In this blog I have always shared about what I鈥檝e learned on Magento, which I felt is taken me one step closer to understanding Magento and Magento development. But during the course of time, I bump on some elementary things which are absolutely required. So just for those elementary things I鈥檝e decided to create a series (MagNotes Series) , for myself as a reference or for whoever think this is helpful.
[source lang= #8221;php #8221;]
Mage::app()- gt;getStore(Mage_Catalog_Model_Abstract::DEFAULT_STORE_ID);
[/source]
MagNote Series - Magento Log
Mar 18th, 2012
In this blog I have always shared about what I #8217;ve learned on Magento, which I felt is taken me one step closer to understanding Magento and Magento development. But during the course of time, I bump on some elementary things which are absolutely required. So just for those elementary things I #8217;ve decided to create a series (MagNotes Series) , for myself as a reference or for whoever think this is helpful.
One of the most useful method of tracking how your code is working is by writing a log of things happening between your lines of codes. Magento by default has provided a very helpful static function for this purpose in final class Mage.
public static function log($message, $level = null, $file = #8221;, $forceLog = false)
$message
Data you want to log. Can be string, array, object anything.
$level
Log message level. The detailed list of type of message level can be found on Zend_Log. Here are the list which you can use.
[source lang= #8221;php #8221;]
const EMERG = 0; // Emergency: system is unusable
const ALERT = 1; // Alert: action must be taken immediately
const CRIT = 2; // Critical: critical conditions
const ERR = 3; // Error: error conditions
const WARN = 4; // Warning: warning conditions
const NOTICE = 5; // Notice: normal but significant condition
const INFO = 6; // Informational: informational messages
const DEBUG = 7; // Debug: debug messages
[/source]
By default the function uses Zend_Log::DEBUG.
$file
Log file name relative to var/log, if you do not provide a file name then the default value for logfile name in settings will be used. If you haven #8217;t changed then it would be system.log.
$forceLog
This parameter defines if you want to override the log settings of the backend. So if you absolutely want to log your data whatever the condtion then this value should be set to true.
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