Saturday 06 December 2014 01:06
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 :)
Wednesday 03 December 2014 06:51
A powerful addition a normal site search is for registered users to be able to save their searches, share the searches with others, and create customized e-mail alerts. This adds a deeper level of interactivity with the site and encourages users to regularly return to the site.
Wednesday 03 December 2014 01:47
Nowadays, creating web applications without reliable access to data sources is impossible. Frequently, one of the main data sources are services based on REST architecture.
Sunday 30 November 2014 01:05
Dear eZ Community,
Next episode of The eZ Publish Show will be aired on Thursday, December 4th at 15:00 CET. Our topic will be Composer, the PHP dependancy manager used by eZ Publish 5.
Thursday 27 November 2014 08:28
Hi everybody, I have worked on a solution for eZ find that would allow eZ publish to update several solr instances at once. This is a key part of a solution that removes Solr as a single point of failure. Specifically, this allows eZ Publish to write to a each of a pool of instances, and read from them via a VIP or load balancer. This avoids the issues the Solr has with peer to peer replication, but more importantly provides support for enterprise clients that are using older versions of Solr.
Thursday 27 November 2014 10:57
Saturday 22 November 2014 10:51
Mugo's eZ Collaboration Workflow extension has been released for a few years now. We've been able to make continuous improvements over time to solve different and more complex client needs. Here's an update on some of the recent new functionality around multi-language workflows, editing other users' drafts, and scheduled publishing.
Saturday 22 November 2014 01:10
Multi-language sites often have a set of base rules and then edge cases for different parts of the site. For example, on the French version of the site you might only want to show French content on most pages. For the news section, you might want to show press release results from all languages sorted in reverse chronological order, regardless of language. But for the case study section specifically, you might want to show all French versions first, following by case studies in any other language. For the most part, eZ Publish supports these features out of the box. In this post, we'll show you how to extend eZ Publish to sort results by language.
Wednesday 19 November 2014 12:50
We recently added "quiz" functionality to eZ Publish by extending the eZ Survey extension. The purpose of this functionality is to enable companies to create "on-boarding" quizzes for new hires to learn about company policies and benefits. This was part of a larger intranet implementation.
Friday 14 November 2014 02:14
On subscription-based websites, digital publishers often restrict the majority of content to registered users and/or paid subscribers. However, publishers still need a way to enable non-registered users to sample the website in order for the visitors to more fully understand the benefits to subscribing. This is sometimes called a "softer" or "combination" paywall as opposed to a fully hard paywall (everything protected) or a "porous" paywall (everything available given the right conditions).