Tuesday 31 December 2013 01:38
In this video tutorial I show how to use the symfony 2 / twig translations feature in eZ publish 5.
Monday 30 December 2013 08:47
In this tutorial I show how to debug php projects ( in this case eZ publish 5 / Symfony 2 bundles ).
I start showing how to install and configure xdebug to work with apache2 and command line. Then I show how to configure Netbeans to work with xdebug. I also show how to debug command line scripts, running with php cli.
Monday 30 December 2013 06:48
In this tutorial I will show how the template override system works in eZ publish 5 / Symfony 2.
I start giving a quick overview about content management in ez publish. I talk about content types, content objects, datatypes and locations. Then I create a custom content type, and a content object.
I also talk about how the template system works and how we can override templates, showing how to find the match rules.
BTW, It has been some time that I don't practice my english skills :)
Saturday 28 December 2013 07:29
In this tutorial I show how to extend and override eZ publish / Symfony 2 bundles.
Thursday 26 December 2013 04:31
My video presentation about what is new in version 2.0 of my eZ publish 5 base bundle.
Friday 20 December 2013 11:57
The episode #18 of The eZ Publish Show was an excellent example why I am doing this show. Sometimes it looks like it doesn't make sense to spend time on this due to not so big audience. But episodes like the one we aired yesterday proved otherwise. There was some problems due to recent changes in Google+ Hangout but we managed to record it and the video is now available on Youtube.
Topic of the show was Road to eZ Publish version 5.3, I tried to get some info on what we will get with the next version from Roland Benedetti, Product Lead in eZ Systems and Bård Farstad, Head of Innovation Board. The main idea behind this episode was to learn important roadmap information in a informal discussions with guys who are steering the product.
Friday 20 December 2013 01:09
eZ publish 5 is starting to get new ( and old ) developers, with that in mind I started a project to learn and show how to work with the new stack. At the moment I was able to create a very basic demo bundle, but now I want to know, what do you want in a demo bundle for eZ publish 5? Create your wish list here or at my project's issue list, The Brazilian Santa may read it! hohoho!
Tuesday 17 December 2013 03:21
Architecturally, eZ Publish 5 is not a simple evolution but a revolution. eZ Publish 5 is based on the Symfony2 PHP framework and completely changes how you develop an eZ Publish website in a powerful and fun way. All versions of eZ Publish 5 take a dual-kernel approach that enables developers to work in both the “new stack” and the “legacy stack” at the same time. This ensures backwards compatibility and helps make the migration process to the new stack as smooth as possible.
This blog series is for existing eZ Publish 4 (or eZ Publish 5 legacy stack) users who are familiar with key eZ Publish concepts and are looking at migrating to the new stack in eZ Publish 5. In this series, we will explore how to migrate your legacy stack extensions to the new stack. We will explain the core new concepts and highlight the differences when compared to the legacy stack.
Sunday 15 December 2013 11:21
Dear eZ Community,
Next episode of The eZ Publish Show will be aired on Thursday, December 19th at 16:00 CET. With just recently released version 5.2 the focus is now shifting to the next version. Our topic will be about what features are planned to be released in the upcoming new year, as we are on the Road to 5.3 version.
Friday 06 December 2013 09:35
In this post I will provide a script that install the latest version of ez publish from github and uses a really simple extension to get started with ez publish development. The problem with the last script was that it rely on the ezsetup to complete the installation process, and it may be broken from time to time, so, if you wanna just try some of the github changes you can use this script.