Contributors mailing list archives
Re: Proposal: split of some website modules in _backend and _frontendby
With an option, in the website settings, to install the frontend part.
On 7 dic 2016, 16:38 +0100, Leonardo Donelli <email@example.com>, wrote:
Hello all, There are some website/ecommerce related modules that would be useful if split between the "backend" part and the UI/view/frontend part. Some examples: * website_recently_viewed_products: (a module I made) it would be useful to have the "backend" (models, controllers, etc) without forcing the templates and the popover view currently present in the module to the users; as they could prefer to implement the view part in another way (e.g. specific page, or only backend view, ..) * website_sale_wishlist: same thing. For some use cases it would be useful to have all the models and controllers (to add/remove things from the wishlist) but leave the UI implementation free for the user Therefore I would like to propose a standard to write these kind of modules: split them in _backend and _frontend (o similar, better names). Maybe an options to automatically install the frontend counterpart in the backend settings? What do you think?
Post to: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org