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[ps_emailsubscription] ajax calls from the front-end


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Hello everyone, 

If you want to make ajax calls to ps_emailsubscription module from the front-end here is how to do it:

In the ps_emailsubscription.php file declare a new controller named ajax

public function __construct(EntityManager $entity_manager)
{
$this->controllers = array('verification', 'subscription', 'ajax');

Then create new file  in modules/ps_emailsubscription/controllers/front named ajax.php

 

<?php
/*
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*/
 
/**
* @since 1.5.0
*/
class Ps_EmailsubscriptionAjaxModuleFrontController extends ModuleFrontController
{
private $variables = [];
 
/**
* @see FrontController::initContent()
*/
public function initContent()
{
$this->ajax = true;
parent::initContent();
}
 
public function displayAjax()
{ }
 
public function postProcess()
{
 
$this->variables['value'] = Tools::getValue('email', '');
$this->variables['msg'] = '';
$this->variables['conditions'] = Configuration::get('NW_CONDITIONS', $this->context->language->id);
 
$this->module->newsletterRegistration();
if ($this->module->error) {
$this->variables['msg'] = $this->module->error;
$this->variables['nw_error'] = true;
} elseif ($this->module->valid) {
$this->variables['msg'] = $this->module->valid;
$this->variables['nw_error'] = false;
}
 
header('Content-Type: application/json');
 
return die(Tools::jsonEncode($this->variables));
}
}

 

In your theme's head.tpl add the following code 

 

<script>
var ps_emailsubscription_url= "{url entity='module' name='ps_emailsubscription' controller='ajax'}"
</script>

And now you can make ajax calls to ps_emailsubscription_url

 

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