Friday 16 May 2014 02:22
As mentioned in the opening of this blog there has been some changes in eZ Engineering over the last year, and some are still ongoing. Today we’ll cover some technology choices we have dealt with and are currently evaluating, and a small outlook towards “eZ Platform” to give a picture of what we have in mind, parts of which will also benefit the upcoming eZ Publish Platform 5.3 release, and bigger parts for the 5.4 November release.
Monday 12 May 2014 09:42
Fetching content in eZ Publish 4 (the "legacy" stack) and eZ Publish 5 (the "new" stack) follow many of the same principles, which is not surprising since the data layer is the same for both versions. You typically have a parent node or location and a set of filters. User permissions -- especially bypassing those permissions -- is often a consideration. In this post we'll explore how to fetch content in the legacy and new stack (as of eZ Publish 5.2).
Wednesday 07 May 2014 03:38
Getting ready for new release means also pushing out security updates we have had recently for enterprise subscribers, and this time there is quite some updates thanks among other to some of our clients doing deep audits finding missing output escaping, and a notable regression in session handling.
Monday 05 May 2014 09:17
With eZ Publish 5.3 just around the corner and string freeze in effect as of last week, it is time for a small translation effort involving everyone to make sure we have good translations for this important LTS version.
Wednesday 23 April 2014 05:46
Documentation is crucial to users, beginners and experimented ones. As the eZ Publish Platform 5 grows and changes very quickly, the documentation has stacked up a big debt: some important topics are not documented, other are incomplete, or too complex...
Wednesday 23 April 2014 09:03
With coming of the eZ Publish CMS version 5 and introduction of the Public API a new naming convention was established, the version 4 technology was called legacy stack and the new technology, with the Public API as the cornerstone, was called the new stack. Recently by using this new stuff more and more I realised that this naming is a bit misleading.
Friday 18 April 2014 04:50
Dear all, we are delighted to bring you the latest, the most beautiful, the most solid, the shiniest build of eZ Publish Community Project: 2014.03! Read on for more details.
Wednesday 16 April 2014 08:52
Here are the minutes of the 46 Community Project Board meeting. Our previous minutes can be found here. Minutes for meeting 44 and 45 included.
Tuesday 15 April 2014 01:57
One month ago we announced a double event: the 3rd eZ Publish Summer Camp and the 1st PHP Summer Camp. Today we released some more information on each web site and are calling PHP, Symfony and eZ Publish gurus to send us proposals for workshops. There is anopportunity for interested companies and organisations to sponsor the events as well.
Friday 28 March 2014 04:46
Timon Schroeter just published a great blog post about his usage of eZ Publish 5, and more precisely how eZ Publish comes in very handy for Symfony2 developers with our configResolver. Read his blog post at the following URL: http://www.php-schulung.de/2014/ez-publish-config-resolver/