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9 hours ago, SmartDataSoft said:

It is better to update PrestaShop all time. Time to time PrestaShop patched security issue. Also need to check file permission. If your file permission is not good. they allow to execute  with 777 permission then php version can't secure site


Thank you

Can you elaborate more on that, please?

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7 minutes ago, Antonio Caldas said:

Can you elaborate more on that, please?

PrestaShop use different package like symphony, email and other package each version they fix bug and update those package where security patch ,bug fix and optimization apply.

Last ps version image lazy load apply which faster the frontend.

Hope you clear

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, Antonio Caldas said:

Can you show us the data?

you need to talk to a few developers,

the closest think is:

https://build.prestashop.com/news/prestashop-in-2019-and-beyond-part-3-the-future-architecture/

https://nemops.com/prestashop-1-7-failure/#.Ya_SkrtOlE5

https://shoptech.media/prestashop-1-7-vs-thirtybees-vulnerability-data-security-efficiency-and-cost/

I read a few days back a forum admin saying that they wait for 1.8 to arrive to get over the 1.7 period. 

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@Nickz

This is true in some area, Many developer leave from PS due to this major change, as 1.7 development is not easy than 1.6.x right now still 1.6.x code base module work fine in 1.7.x  from my experience, run a project without a good framwork is so much difficult to adapt for future technology and fix issue time to time and apply new technology.

That is why we have move our some sass project from raw php to fremwork to manage better and concentrate in business logic rather than bug fix, issue in the php code.

 

This is what  PrestaShop team also think to concentrate in business than fixing raw code

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2 hours ago, SmartDataSoft said:

That is why we have move our some sass project from raw php to fremwork to manage better and concentrate in business logic rather than bug fix, issue in the php code.

This is a good point of view. Thanks for your opinion. I only manage small projects and crew, so I myself prefer raw languages to frameworks, despite I know one should use framework... Anyways, this message of mine may seem weird, but probably I am start to change my mind about not using frameworks so far.

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7 hours ago, SmartDataSoft said:

That is why we have move our some sass project from raw php to fremwork to manage better and concentrate in business logic rather than bug fix, issue in the php code.

Do you think its wise to radically change a working product into a all new model?

Usually a new management has such ideas which in my eyes go against the don't screw around in a working system.

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