10:00 - How To Contribute Code to the OCA - Technical
11:00 - How to organize an Odoo project as a regular Python app
10:00 - Odoo incoming mailing configuration and testing
02:00 - Put some magic in migrating Odoo databases : Introducing odoo-openupgrade-wizard
01:00 - EDI framework: manage any exchange
05:00 - Create and deploy FastAPI services within Odoo [Technical]
10:30 - Odoo and the NewRetail Revolution: Navigating the Future with SmartPOS, Kiosks, KDS and much more
Luis F MiléoDone
04:00 - On the potential of Large Language Models for the Odoo ecosystem and beyond
Frederik Kramer and Ruben OrtlamDone
10:30 - How to migrate an Odoo database across multiple versions (for newbies)
hugues de keyzerDone
11:00 - Defining the proper reconciliation of payment providers.
Marie Lejeune has been an Odoo developer at Acsone since 2021. She actively participates in the Odoo Community Association (OCA) and had the privilege of contributing to the Shopinvader modules migration. She is also a core member of the Mozaik Association.
One of the goals of Shopinvader is to provide means to keep the web shop running while Odoo is undergoing maintenance. We achieve this by exporting the product catalog to a search index such as Elasticsearch, OpenSearch or Algolia which offer high performance search and navigation independently of Odoo. When it comes to adding products to the cart, however, Odoo normally needs to be available as it stores the carts and provides the price computation logic.
In some circumstances it is desirable to extend the area of the e-commerce web site that is available while the ERP undergoes maintenance.
In this talk we present a module and a front-end library that let customers add products to the cart even when the ERP is not online. It is based on a concept of cart transactions which record cart operations and are synchronized in the background as soon as possible. It also greatly enhances the perceived performance of the application.