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.
Wednesday 28 May 2014 09:50
The programme for this year Summer Camp is very close to being complete. We just need to confirm 2 shorter workshops and 3 days in 3 rooms will be full. Thats 54 hours of workshops about eZ Publish, Symfony and PHP in total.
Friday 23 May 2014 02:47
As (among other things) mentioned in the "Technology Outlook" post, we have been wanting to increase our level of support for broader configurations to run eZ Publish Platform on. Today we can present the first of several such steps, with the introduction of support for an additional platform.
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...