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eZ Summer Camp 2014 Workshops Retrospective

Wednesday 10 September 2014 02:14

by Bertrand Dunogier  | 1 comment

In its third year, eZ Systems presented the eZ Summer Camp organized in Rovinj, Croatia by Netgen. We always find the event really interesting to us, since it is technical in nature but leaves plenty of time for discussions with a diverse group of attendees, from developers to marketers and editors. And most importantly - it’s always a lot of fun. Netgen did a great job this year, with attendees learning a lot and enjoyed themselves over the course of the three days.

This post will focus on the day-to-day workshops at the eZ Summer Camp 2014.

 

 
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Symfony security update

Tuesday 09 September 2014 02:29

by Jérôme Vieilledent  | 5 comments

Symfony published maintenance releases (2.3.19, 2.4.9 and 2.5.4) last week containing 5 security fixes:

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Changes to YUI and how it affects eZ Publish Platform

Monday 08 September 2014 03:35

by André R  | 4 comments

On August 29th Yahoo! announced that they are dropping further development of YUI, the javascript framework eZ Publish Platform have been using for several years now. In this blog post we will summarize the consensus we got with others during eZ summer camp, including changes we’ll do now and in the future.

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Learnings from Real eZ Publish 5 Projects

Saturday 06 September 2014 06:51

by Donat Fritschy  | 6 comments

A year after the "cookbook for successful migration from eZ 4 to the Symfony stack" we share our learnings from real eZ 5 projects realized during the last twelve months.

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Salesforce and Marketo integration with eZ Publish

Friday 05 September 2014 11:34

by Thiago Campos Viana  | 2 comments

eZ Publish is a powerful Content Management System (CMS), but you typically don't try to build Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and E-mail Marketing features directly into it.  Instead, you usually integrate it with existing solutions. We recently integrated eZ Publish with Salesforce and Marketo on a subscription-based website.

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How to use the Doctrine ORM to persist data in eZ Publish 5.3

Tuesday 02 September 2014 02:23

by Patrizio Bekerle  | 2 comments

This is a short outline of how to use the Doctrine ORM to persist data in eZ Publish 5.3. Frankly, it took me more than a day to figure it out...

Please correct me if I did something stupid here, I found zero resources for it so far...

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ezurl() links in eZ Publish 5

Wednesday 20 August 2014 05:24

by Peter Keung  | 0 comments

In eZ Publish 4 / legacy, formatting link URLs is handled by the well-known ezurl() template operator. This is especially useful when you have multiple siteaccesses and you use URL-based matching. In eZ Publish 5, there is no single ezurl() equivalent; instead, there are several options depending on the type of link you want to display.

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Community Project Board meeting minutes - August 4

Wednesday 20 August 2014 04:05

by Roland Benedetti  | 2 comments

Aloha, here are the minutes of the Community Project Board meeting that happened July 23rd and August 4th. Our previous minutes can be found here. Minutes for meeting 44 and 45 included.

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I am Leaving eZ: a Warm Goodbye!

Wednesday 20 August 2014 12:00

by Nicolas Pastorino  | 20 comments

Here we are, 9 years after I first entered the eZ house in Skien, on Sept 1st 2005, meeting an incredible crew of 60+ people, more than a dozen of different nationalities, a blooming product and community footprint with solid underlying business.

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Varnish caching of non-sensitive content for logged-in users

Friday 15 August 2014 06:30

by Peter Keung  | 0 comments

Varnish is great for high traffic sites where the same pages are served over and over to millions of visitors, but when you have to do something differently depending on the specific user or user group, things get complicated. There are several techniques, and how you might use them depends on the details. Here, we have outlined a solution for a particular use case on eZ Publish.

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