Wednesday 06 August 2014 08:59
Hi everyone! Today, eZ Publish Community Project 2014.07 is becoming public, read on for details!
Saturday 19 July 2014 01:47
In a previous blog post, I started to introduce a concept of an adaptive content repository that would be “context aware”. The purpose is to explore future features of the eZ Platform. In this post, I’ll focus on one way to apply this context to the content repository. We think it could be useful to content marketers and could enable smart content strategy. If you are lazy and don't want to read, jump to the end of the post, there is a slideshow showing the suggested feature.
Thursday 17 July 2014 04:41
Hi everyone! Today, eZ Publish Community Project 2014.05 is becoming public, read on for details!
Tuesday 08 July 2014 04:37
Today, we are happy to open the PlatformUIBundle git repository on Github. To be honest, it’s also a great personal achievement for me since it’s the result of exactly one year of work!
As its name suggests, this bundle provides the user interfaces which will replace the good old legacy admin interface. It actually provides the Platform UI Application which is divided into two different parts
Friday 04 July 2014 12:35
Diving into eZ Publish 5 SearchService
Wednesday 25 June 2014 02:26
A few years ago we ran a bake-off project, contrasting eZ Publish and Drupal for the same task. Are you starting a big project where the CMS will be a major factor? Consider doing some research first to look outside your normal set of tools and understand how you might implement the same solution in multiple systems.
Wednesday 25 June 2014 11:02
The event is now part of eZ's History and is attracting more and more people every year.
Tuesday 24 June 2014 11:04
Dear eZ Community,
After a 6 month brake Angry Che is back :)
Next episode of The eZ Publish Show will be aired on Friday, June 27th at 15:00 CEST. In 30 minutes of the show we would like to explore in what ways could Symfony community (and general PHP community btw.) benefit with the new eZ Platform which is implemented as full stack Symfony application.
Wednesday 11 June 2014 01:27
Since the early days, eZ Publish has been implementing some key ingredients of what it takes to build efficient content strategies. Talk with UX experts, content strategists and other information architects, they will often tell you about the war between chunks and bytes, about the importance of separating presentation from content, about how valuable it can be to model your content to your own needs and business and about other benefits from very adaptive and flexible content repositories. That is all true.
Thursday 05 June 2014 04:09
It’s an increasingly common requirement to store images for a website on specialized cloud hosts such as Amazon S3, whether it’s for redundancy, geographical optimization, scalability, or cost of maintenance.
So far, it was considered complex, if not impossible, to implement it cleanly on eZ Publish Legacy. It turns out this is not the case. The legacy DFS cluster handler makes it quite easy. Moreover, being pragmatic, as long as the legacy backoffice will be there, New Stack only solutions are a no-go if they're required here. To get something that works with the new stack, and is usable in the admin, it must at the very least work with the Legacy Kernel.