Wednesday 20 March 2013 01:05
On March 19, 2013:
Joe Kepley of Blend Interactive gave a hands-on overview of eZ Publish 5 architecture, with an example project demonstration showing you how to integrate Symfony with eZ Publish.
Tuesday 19 March 2013 10:52
Hi all, this is 4th blog post we would like to share regarding the process of redefining the user interface for the eZ Publish Platform.
On this one, we will keep looking at a pure "wcm" feature of eZ Publish: the front page editing capability. This was already slightly touched by the previous story. Now we will look at this in more details, looking at how it can be used to manage complex front pages.
Monday 18 March 2013 10:14
This is a work in progress, I will try to show all the criterions you can use in ez publish 5.
Monday 18 March 2013 03:47
In this blog post I will show how to create a minimal template bundle for eZ publish 5.
Saturday 16 March 2013 07:41
Time for the third story of our initial UX concept for eZ Publish next User Interface. Read on!
It is about landing page and building forms.
Friday 15 March 2013 01:53
Here is the second of the six user stories that we use to craft the next eZ Publish Editorial User Interface! It is about Search and Creating containers such as image galleries. We still have much more to share so stay tuned, and as always, please bring any feedback in the Comment section.
Note: we will soon activate rss on this blog to make it easier to follow (oops...) and each new post here we will also post on twitter using the #eznextui hashtag! Feel free to use it as well.
Thursday 14 March 2013 08:14
It's that time again. We are having a new child. A brand new admin interface. We promise to make everything better with this one. Hopefully we will.
Friday 08 March 2013 12:20
Last month, I asked about how MariaDB database is used in the community, to get a better clue on how it could potentially be an important database to use and support officially in our product development and maintenance.
Thursday 07 March 2013 08:23
I'd like to start my quality software blog series with the basics, and talk a little about considerations around code formattings standards. I know that many already have a standard, and are using it consistently. I know also that many do not. In the eZ Publish part of Making Waves we have not been very consistent in this regard. I would like us to be.