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I am trying to get rid of JS from my store to make it work at best without JS at all, because it takes a lot of time to process all JS logic and in my country we still using 2G networks and as a result the website is really slow.

I have found a lot of statements like

data-bind="text: new String('Welcome, %1!').replace('%1', customer().fullname)"

First of all I don't understand the purpose of such binding, this data won't change.

Is there any way to disable this completely, and use server side data load.

Thanks

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KnockoutJS in Magento 2 deals with dynamic display of UI components I do not think this is the best way to optimize.

Magento 2 uses the Knockout.js framework to dynamically build some parts of it's frontend. It provides a great way to create interactive frontend data bound components within your Magento 2 store. Knockout.js eases working with dynamic javascript user interfaces by making use of the Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) pattern.

Features of Knockout.js

  • Observables and dependency tracking
  • Declarative bindings
  • Templating

But if you still want to do this, this is crazy, you may have a gap with Checkout. It is better to look for optimization work in custom modules. Maximum compression, css, custom javascript in a customizable theme.

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  • Thank you for you response, so basically there is no easy way to disable ajax requests and output data directly ? Jun 24 '18 at 21:18
  • @solderingiron This is not ajax it's KnockoutJS. There's no easy way. This is part of Magento 2. This is the same if a person has to replace veins. Sorry for the comparison. Jun 24 '18 at 21:34
  • Thx, there is nothing impossible, could you just edit your answer explaining what is the purpose of using Knockout JS in Magento ? there is no highly dynamic UI that should be synchronized ... Jun 24 '18 at 21:47
  • @solderingiron Yes , I could) Jun 24 '18 at 22:18

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