Relevancy search across multiple item types related to each other

Are there existing best practices on how to display search results across a different items that have multiple relationships (sometimes hierarchical).

For example, the following has:

  • asset groups (hundreds)
  • assets (hundreds of thousands)
  • characteristic (hundreds)
  • instances of that characteristic (under 5)

For example, macbook pro can be an asset. New York computers is an asset group that macbook pro is in. Macs is also an asset group with macbook pro.

Searching for “mac” should return in order of most relevant to least relevant

  1. macs
  2. macbook pro
  3. New York computers

How to best demonstrate those search results are different item types? Are there other websites that have done this successfully?

Scaling this to 4 is the goal, but just trying to wrap my head around 2 item types.

Examples Spotify example

Mac OS Finder example

How do I simultaneously unsubscribe from all subreddits, without clicking each ‘Unsubscribe’ button?

I input the following 2 scripts from Reddit into my URL bar, but my Firefox and Chrome misinterpreted them as Google searches, and redirected to the Google results for that input.

Warning There is no way to undo this if you clear your browser history

Click the multireddit link on this page. Once you click it and get redirected, paste this into the address bar and click enter:

javascript:(function(){var%20q=[];$ ('.remove').each(function(){var%20that=this;var%20f=function(index){$ (that).trigger('click');$ (that).trigger('mousedown');setTimeout(function(){if(q[index]){q[index](index+1);}else{if(downVoteTimer){window.clearTimeout(upVoteTimer);}}},500);};q.push(f);});var%20downVoteTimer=window.setTimeout(function(){q[0](1);},50);}());

Script #2:

Try using this instead:

javascript:(function(){var%20q=[];$ ('.remove').each(function(){var%20that=this;var%20f=function(index){$ (that).trigger('click');$ (that).trigger('mousedown');setTimeout(function(){if(q[index]){q[index](index+1);}else{if(downVoteTimer){window.clearTimeout(upVoteTimer);}}},500);};q.push(f);});var%20downVoteTimer=window.setTimeout(function(){q[0](1);},50);}());

Chrome might auto remove the javascript: part so you need to manually re-add it

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Determining the entropy of a string if each character has a slight bias

Let’s say I need to generate a 32-character secret comprised of ASCII characters from the set ‘0’..’9′. Here’s one way of doing it:

VALID_CHARS = '0123456789'  generate_secret_string() {     random = get_crypto_random_bytes(32)     secret = ''     for (i = 0; i < 32; i++) {         secret += VALID_CHARS[random[i] % 10]     }     return secret } 

My concern is that my character selection is biased. Because 10 doesn’t divide evenly into 256, the first 6 VALID_CHARS are slightly more likely to occur.

The secret space is 1032, but my generated secrets have less entropy than that. How can I calculate precisely how much entropy I actually have?

How to print the relative url or node id for each referenced node in twig?

I am using paragraphs to render a number of nodes on a page. The nodes are obtained through an entity reference field called ‘field_nodeslist’ in my cards paragraph type. The cards are then rendered using a custom view layout.

Here is a snippet of my view layout:

<a href="????">    <h3>{{ content.top_region|strip tags}}</h3>    <p>{{ content.middle_region }}</p> </a> 

The problem I am having is printing the relative path for each referenced node. I have tried the following twig commands but have not any success so far:

<a href="{{ url }}"> <a href="{{ uri }}"> <a href="{{ }}"> <a href="{{ link }}"> <a href"{{ content.field.0['#url'] }}"> 

The following allows me to manually specify the node id in twig however that’s not what I am looking for:

<a href="{{ path('entity.node.canonical', {'node': 6 }) }}"> 

Any ideas?

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Where does M2 evaluate the stock status of a product in each inventory source?

I have a number of assumptions about how MSI works in M2.3:

  1. There is place where a list of inventory sources is sorted by some means (distance, priority, etc.,) and each inventory source is evaluated to see whether it has stock of a given product.
  2. The first sorted inventory source that has stock of the a given product is the inventory source used in the shipment for that product.
  3. All inventory sources are evaluated when determining if a product should be considered backordered or out of stock.

I want to modify this behavior so that fallback from one inventory source to another does not occur. In other words, if the first inventory source that is evaluated (after sorting them) does not have the product, the product is treated as out of stock/backordered. (In case you’re wondering why I don’t just run the site with a single inventory source, this logic would only be done for some products.)

I can find a lot of places where Magento loops through a sorted list of inventory sources looking at the item quantity, but all of the places I’ve found are part of “Admin UI” modules. I can’t figure out where it does this when determining backorder/out-of-stock status, or where it does this when picking an inventory source for the product shipment.

Can someone help me find where this logic lives in M2.3?

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JavaScript – how to calculate values from each line?

I am trying to find a way to read each line(like mentioned below) and addition the values after the ‘=’

NumberOfCores=4 NumberOfLogicalProcessors=4

NumberOfCores=4 NumberOfLogicalProcessors=4



What I am looking for? Script should be able to read each line which contains ‘NumberOfLogicalProcessors’ and gives the numeric output of the addition number which is ’12’ in this case.

I was able to write this far var lines= abovelines.split(‘\n’);

for(var i = 0;i

console.print(lines[i]); }

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