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Introduction to eZ Community (Netgen webinar)

Friday 30 March 2018 02:27

by Ivo Lukač  | 0 comments

This is a recorded webinar about the eZ community by Robin, community manager at eZ Systems and me.

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Auto-posting content to social media channels with OneAll

Friday 02 March 2018 04:52

by Thiago Campos Viana  | 0 comments

We recently used OneAll to develop a feature that allows user generated content to be created, submitted for review, published, and then automatically posted to the creator's social media channels without additional effort on their part. Here's how we accomplished this.

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Helping you migrate from legacy to eZ Platform

Wednesday 17 January 2018 12:38

by Ivo Lukač  | 0 comments

Ever since we started with the new stack (roughly 5 years ago) we shared our knowledge and our code to help others in the community to do the same. 

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Integrating Facebook Instant Articles into eZ Publish / eZ Platform

Monday 08 January 2018 08:51

by Ernesto Buenrostro  | 0 comments

Facebook's solution to speed up mobile web page loading is called Facebook Instant Articles (FBIA), and it's only available to Facebook app users. Here's a look at how to integrate FBIA into eZ Publish / eZ Platform.

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Save the date for Web Summer Camp 2018

Wednesday 03 January 2018 12:04

by Ivo Lukač  | 0 comments

After another successful summer camp in 2017, we decided to stay in a charming town of Rovinj once again, with Lone Hotel being our venue. We are not changing the dates of the conference either – from August 29 to September 1, 2018, we will welcome you once again to our conference.

Read on: netgenlabs.com/Blog/Save-the-date-for-Web-Summer-Camp-2018 

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Injecting content into rich text fields at the template level in eZ Publish / eZ Platform

Tuesday 02 January 2018 07:58

by Benjamin Kroll  | 0 comments

On content heavy sites, it can be useful to inject snippets of code into CMS data before display (for example, into the body copy of an article). These snippets could be automatically generated glossaries, tables of contents, or ad units, placed mid-content.

Let's explore a general approach to getting such snippets into place.

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How an insurance claims web app can enhance your business

Wednesday 27 December 2017 11:37

by Carlos Mauri  | 0 comments

Giving association members the ability to submit insurance claims online saves time and money for the Alberta Gymnastics Federation. Here we'll take a look at the insurance claims submission web app we built in eZ Publish / eZ Platform.

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How to send customized emails to tens of thousands of users with Bronto and eZ Platform

Thursday 21 December 2017 04:57

by Thiago Campos Viana  | 0 comments

In an effort to engage its audience, our client, FindaTopDoc, wanted to integrate a custom Q&A platform into its site. They chose Oracle + Bronto as the accompanying marketing automation tool. Here we outline how we integrated Bronto with eZ Platform to build a robust Q&A and newsletter system with the capacity to send customized e-mails to tens of thousands of users.

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Infrastructure as Code: provisioning and configuration management with Vagrant, Terraform, and Ansible

Saturday 09 December 2017 01:19

by Mo Ismailzai  | 0 comments

Intended audience: technical managers, senior developers

Agile developers must constantly strike a balance between building solutions for a known existing case and building solutions that can scale to handle unknown future cases. On the one hand, Agile philosophy encourages us to build and iterate as necessary: Move Fast and Break Things. On the other, various programming best practices encourage us to build in an extensible and modular way from the start: Do One Thing and Do It Well. On smaller projects, these two goals can be achieved simultaneously; but on larger projects – especially given time and budget constraints – it is sometimes necessary to prioritize one over the other. 

Project managers and full-stack developers face such choices almost immediately, during the initial development, staging, and deployment phases. For instance, a project may begin with a narrow scope and require only a single developer’s time. In this case, it often makes sense to forgo provisioning a dedicated development virtual machine (VM) or staging server, and instead, to use generic or shared environments. But as the scope of the project grows, for instance with caching or proxy layers, it often makes sense to implement better development, staging, and production parity.

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Blogs moving to ezplatform.com

Sunday 12 November 2017 10:51

by Robin Muilwijk  | 0 comments

With recent changes such as developer doc and the new forum now centered around ezplatform.com, I will be posting future Community Board blogs on our Developer Hub.

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