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Where to put scripts and styling for templates

If I create a template/include/mixin/etc for my website, the directory structure will look something like this:

/mywebsite   /js   /css   /views   /_includes 

And a template might look like


<div>   <ul>     <li>     ...     <li>   </ul> <div> 

Where should I put the scripts and styling for this template? As far as I can tell I have 3 options:

  1. Put it in the template. This allows my templates to be self-contained, but also makes it a hassle to make changes. It also breaks single responsibility.

  2. Put the styles and scripts in their own files in /_includes. This lets them each have single responsibility, but now I have styles and scripts outside of the designated /css and /js folders, which can make them hard to find.

  3. Put the styles and scripts in /css and /js. Now, I have very decoupled files where it might not be obvious that some files are for templates.

  4. Let the view handle it. If I include a template inside a view, then I must style and script it within that view specifically. This is nice because it’s modular and let’s you make tweaks based on the view. On the downside, you’re going to have a lot of repeat code.

Where should that code go?

Management of ARM and build templates on Azure DevOps

As part of more automation in deployments, we would like to use Azure DevOps as the main build- and release-tool. As our main goal at the moment is to serve mostly Azure and also make the templates reusable, we would like to use YAML templates in the build-process and ARM (Azure Resource Manager) ones for the setup of the Resources in Azure.

One interesting part we have no solution so far, is how to handle the management of these templates: It is technically quite easy to set up a distinct repository and target the templates there, it seems like it doesn’t scale that well:

  • How to handle project-specific steps or ones, which aren’t needed?
  • How to handle customization of the templates of any sorts, yet without having to copy them to each repo?
  • How does one find the correct template he seeks?

In my previous company, we went with the approach to manage it centrally and to add a lot of parameters, but it didn’t scale well even for a way smaller number of templates and we also lost a lot of the benefits.

I guess I’m not the first person to ask these questions, yet I didn’t find any good articles about the management best practices. I would therefore like to know, if anyone has experience regarding that topic and what is working and what isn’t?

Magento 2 Custom Theme Templates

I’ve been programming Magento 1 for many years but I’m just getting into Magento 2 and I am a little confused about the theme folder structure. From what I have found there’s really no concept of theme-specific template files. Templates are inside modules now. To overwrite a parent theme’s template, simply put your own template file in the same folder as the parent theme’s file.

For example, let’s say I have a theme called “Mytheme/Default” and I want to change the footer.phtml template for my theme. The default one lives in [site_root]\vendor\magento\module-theme\view\frontend\templates\html\footer.phtml. This tells me it’s in the Magento Theme extension, so I need to put my override template in [site_root]/app/design/frontend/Mytheme/Default/Magento_Theme/templates/html/footer.phtml.

However, the part that isn’t clear is where I’m supposed to put template files that are entirely custom but not related to any module at all. I have since learned that these should probably reside under the Magento_Theme extension, howerver, while playing around and trying things I discovered that I can create a templates subdirectory in my theme folder (outside of any Module folders) and it actually works. I can’t find anything online about this so I’m wondering if it’s a side effect of how Magento looks for template files or if this is actually a supported method for creating custom templates that aren’t part of an extension.

I also read that if the template file you’re trying to use lives in the same Module as the XML file providing the instructions you can avoid the Vendor_Module:: prefix on the template declaration in the XML. For instance, if I create a new block inside the body of a page and I instantiate this using a default.xml file inside my theme under the Magento_Theme module directory, and if I put my template somewhere in the same Magento_Theme module directory, I should be able to use template="path/to/template.phtml in my layout XML instead of the longer version, template="Magento_Theme::path/to/template.phtml". This, however, does not work in my experience and I always need the Magento_Theme:: directive.


If I put my custom template in the (perhaps unsupported) templates subdirectory inside my theme’s root folder (i.e. I don’t need any module prefix and it actually works.

Is this supported or is it just by happenstance that it’s working?

Proper way to run Rider without Missing Templates

I’m using Ubuntu x64 18.04 and Jetbrains Rider IDE 2019.1.3

If i download rider with snap or download & extract tar.gz file; I can run rider with clicking app icon on Ubuntu’s launcher / unity. It opens but rider’s project templates(console app, webapi, xunit test app etc) are missing. But if I run rider with sudo like “sudo ./” project templates are showing correctly. So what is the proper way to install and run rider? Is launching rider with sudo a bad thing for security? Do I need to give some kind of chmod or admin rights to All I need is install and run rider with unity click – and it should work without errors like missing project templates or debug dll needs execution rights etc.

How can I pass custom variables to my Mailgun’s templates

I’m trying to use Mailgun’s templates, and then send emails from my node application, but I don’t understand how to pass custom variables.

According to this post it is not possible… But I’ve also found the following piece of code in Mailgun’s documentation :

var DOMAIN = 'YOUR_DOMAIN_NAME'; var mailgun = require('mailgun-js')({ apiKey: "YOUR_API_KEY", domain: DOMAIN });  var data = {   from: 'Excited User <>',   to: ',',   subject: 'Hey %recipient.first%',   text: 'If you wish to unsubscribe, click http://mailgun/unsubscribe/',       'recipient-variables': '{"": {"first":"Alice", "id":1}, "":{"first":"Bob", "id":2}}' };  mailgun.messages().send(data, function (error, body) {   console.log(body); }); 

and it looks like what I want to achieve, but it doesn’t work (I receive the following email:

So, how can I add a custom firstname, lastname and url to my template, and if it is not possible, what would be the best workaround?