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Conference at the Forum PHP 2013: Create an eZ Publish website in 45 minutes

Friday 22 November 2013 11:54

by Damien Pobel  | 0 comments

Patrick Allaert and I presented a conference yesterday titled Create an eZ Publish web site in 45 minutes (actually it was in French eZ Publish : un CMS pour créer un site orienté contenu en 45 minutes) at the Forum PHP 2013 in Paris.

(A French version of this post is available on my own blog)

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High performance, one (of the many) very good reason to move to eZ Publish 5.x

Friday 15 November 2013 05:26

by Maud Brundseaux  | 0 comments

As part of our release processes at eZ, we continuously run load testing benchmarks on the platform to make sure it evolves in the right way.

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Community Project Board meeting minutes - November 4th

Thursday 07 November 2013 08:04

by Robin Muilwijk  | 2 comments

Here are the minutes of the 40th Community Project Board meeting. Our previous minutes can be found here.

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Multi-language support in eZ Publish 5.1 without Twig helpers from 5.2

Thursday 07 November 2013 02:48

by Olivier Portier  | 2 comments

Introduction to Twig global variables and to by pass multi-language and multi-siteaccess issue in eZ 5.1.

We just launch a new website in eZ Publish version 5.1 (Community Project 2013-06). This project is based on native eZ Publish features:

  • multi-language (french, english, and more in the future),
  • multi-sites (one siteaccess per language).
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A REST Layer on Top of the World (just back from IPC13)

Monday 04 November 2013 02:48

by Nicolas Pastorino  | 0 comments

Right back from International PHP Conference 13 in Munich, Germany, here are the slides of my talk, and the little story behind them.

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eZ's CEO: Update on Strategy and Plans at eZ Systems

Wednesday 30 October 2013 07:50

by Greg McAvoy-Jensen  | 0 comments

Aleksander Farstad presented plans for eZ Systems' strategy for the coming months on eZ Sessions.

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The eZ Publish Show #17 - How to start with eZ Publish 5 stack

Wednesday 23 October 2013 04:08

by Ivo Lukač  | 2 comments

Episode #17 of The eZ Publish Show was aired today. We were broadcasting live from Google+ Hangout and recorded video is now available on Youtube.

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5 Good Reasons We Should Never Miss It Again

Tuesday 22 October 2013 03:56

by Maud Brundseaux  | 3 comments

You’re probably wondering  what I am talking about. Well, beginning of September was held the second edition of the eZ Summer Camp in Bol, Croatia.  I have read, heard, seen feedback of it, and I would love to go there next year.

Why?

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Next episode of The eZ Publish Show: How to start with eZ Publish 5 stack

Saturday 19 October 2013 04:03

by Ivo Lukač  | 0 comments

Dear eZ Community,

Next episode of The eZ Publish Show will be aired on Tuesday, October 22nd at 15:30 CETThe topic will be a very important one: How to start with eZ Publish 5 

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Tricks of the trade: "displaying nice error pages" whatever the error is

Friday 18 October 2013 12:05

by Gaetano Giunta  | 0 comments

This is a request I get from customers often enough that I decided to write a blog post about it.

The need is often phrased differently, but it boils down to "how can I show nice error pages for any type of error possibly happening on my site?".

eZPublish, being the flexibility behemot we all know, already supports tweaking the error pages displayed for common cases such as bad urls (404) or access denied.

Still, the problem is a bit more complex than that, and for a really comprehensive solution we will need to complement eZ tweaking with changes to the webserver configuration.