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Tracking individual users in Google Analytics

Tuesday 27 January 2015 05:05

by Thiago Campos Viana  | 0 comments

Google Analytics is the most popular tool for understanding how people are finding and using your site. In addition to its standard reports, you can use its User ID feature to get more fine-grained reporting about registered users. This enables you to better measure, anticipate, and meet or exceed your users' needs.

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How to detect element’s CSS transition end time with JavaScript?

Monday 26 January 2015 03:22

by Piotr Nalepa  | 0 comments

In this blog post I’m going to share with you some knowledge on how to detect when the CSS animation/transition/transformation completes using capabilities of JavaScript.

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Next episode of The eZ Publish Show: Chunky Content

Wednesday 21 January 2015 05:46

by Ivo Lukač  | 0 comments

Dear eZ Community,

Next episode of The eZ Publish Show will be aired on Tuesday, January 27th at 16:30 CET (10:30 ET). Our topic will be a non-technical one, more into domain of content strategy, but still very relevant to eZ Publish CMS.

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On automation and contribution

Wednesday 21 January 2015 12:44

by Benjamin Choquet  | 4 comments

Last thursday I had the opportunity to speak at the eZ Meetup in Lyon where I showcased the tools and techniques we use at Heliopsis to speed up eZPublish 5 site development. 

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JavaScript and CSS in eZ Publish 5

Wednesday 07 January 2015 08:26

by Ernesto Buenrostro  | 1 comment

A key component of a content management system or web application is the handling of JavaScript and CSS files, specifically around loading, combining, and minifying them. Loading fewer files and a smaller amount of data in each file leads to both server-side and client-side performance improvements. In eZ Publish 4 / legacy, this was handled nicely with an extension called ezjscore. Now in the eZ Publish 5 new stack, we have a Symfony tool called Assetic. In this post we'll introduce how Assetic works in eZ Publish 5.0 through 5.4.

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PBEBaseBundle got released

Wednesday 07 January 2015 06:35

by Patrizio Bekerle  | 2 comments

I finally released PBEBaseBundle, a webpage helper bundle for the eZ Publish 5 Platform.

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PlatformUI December 2014 status

Monday 05 January 2015 10:12

by Damien Pobel  | 4 comments

After the public opening of the PlatformUIBundle repository in July, the communication about the PlatformUI has been pretty low. Of course, this does not mean nothing happened in the meantime! Actually, more than 30 pull requests were opened with a focus on 3 aspects:

  • Ease the installation of the PlatformUIBundle
  • Add extension points
  • Keep on providing the missing blocks/features

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Content auto-linking for better SEO and increased conversions

Friday 02 January 2015 05:39

by Thiago Campos Viana  | 0 comments

Links are one of the core elements of the web. Links within body content are not only good for user experience, but also for SEO, engagement, and conversion. As we read, for example, a sports article, there might be links on the athlete names pointing to their biography pages. Or, when reading an author's bibliography, the book titles contained therein might be linked to the book pages. Adding and maintaining such in-body links can be very time-consuming; systems that auto-link the text can be a great help for content publishers.

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How to get article URL with eZ JS REST Client?

Monday 29 December 2014 06:53

by Piotr Nalepa  | 0 comments

Do you remember my last article about eZ JS REST Client? If not, I recommend you to read it first before continuing on this one. In this, rather short, blog post I'm going to give you a code sample how to get the article user-friendly URL when creating a new content using REST Client.

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The eZ Publish Show #22: Introducing Composer

Saturday 06 December 2014 01:06

by Ivo Lukač  | 0 comments

A had the privilege to host Jordi Boggiano, one of the more important people in PHP and Symfony community. Why is he important showed the community few days ago. One line of code that made the "composer update" script faster by 50-90% made people gone crazy on the commit page, but watch out, it might kill your browser :)

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