Friday 22 May 2015 07:28
eZ Publish 5 comes with built-in Varnish Cache support. Essentially this means that when content is published in the eZ Publish back-end, it notifies Varnish so that the Varnish cache is cleared. This feature is often called "purge-on-publish" and makes it so that you can cache your pages for a very long time, but that edits refresh the cache and thus appear immediately. To get this native support, you just have to use the "new stack" in eZ Publish. However, even if your legacy site is not ready to be fully upgraded to the new stack and you are running eZ Publish 5 in "legacy mode", you can take advantage of this native support.
Friday 22 May 2015 11:51
Dear eZ Community,
The next episode of The eZ Publish Show will be aired on Wednesday, May 27th at 15:00 CEST (9:00 ET).
I have been thinking a lot about different kind of experiences related to CMSs, a product that is a corner stone of our business. We implement content-centric web solutions so having a solid CMS like eZ Publish is of a vital importance. The problem with CMSs is that they have many different user types to satisfy: end users, editors, translators, developers, designers, etc. With a lot of buzz about customer experience (remember WEM and CXM acronyms), it looks like the editor experience was forgotten, as there are still a lot of editors pulling their hair out when editing content! Did modern CMSs sacrifice good editor experience for improving customer experience?
Tuesday 19 May 2015 03:41
Some time ago I wrote a blog post about integrating Salesforce and Marketo in a web marketing solution powered by a content management system (in this case, the eZ Publish CMS). Recently, Mugo had the opportunity to migrate one of our clients from Marketo to HubSpot. The decision to move to HubSpot was made for non-technical reasons; regardless, it is useful to review the technical differences and challenges when it comes to integrating the marketing systems with a content management system.
Tuesday 19 May 2015 01:56
Two weeks ago, the second alpha of eZ Platform, 15.03, was tagged. This blog post covers the release, but maybe more interestingly; what is coming next? And with the suggested plan finally out, we are looking for feedback, discussions, and even contributors interested in working closer with us on the release.
Sunday 17 May 2015 12:55
Hello eZ Community!
You can view all the questions posted to the new 'ezplatform' tag here, http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/ezplatform
Friday 08 May 2015 04:43
One of our customer websites sells research reports where all of the content is built and managed in the eZ Publish content management system. These reports are served via HTML through a gated website portal. They wanted to add a dynamic PDF report generation feature (based on content in the CMS); the PDF template was highly customized with nice layouts and styles, cover and back pages, custom page breaks, and much more. Over the years we've had good experiences with the ParadoxPDF extension. However due to its lack of HTML5 + CSS3 support and relatively high server load, we decided to look for an alternative solution. We found that wkhtmltopdf does a great job at producing highly styled PDFs, and we were able to integrate it nicely with eZ Publish.
Wednesday 06 May 2015 04:16
We have limited number of Super Early's available so be quick. Special message for Old Sailors: expect a discount code in your inbox tomorrow!
Tuesday 05 May 2015 08:46
Here are the minutes of the latest Community Board meeting, April 21 2015. Our previous minutes can be found here.
Friday 17 April 2015 09:05