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Integrating Google AMP into an eZ Publish site

Friday 13 October 2017 10:14

by Ernesto Buenrostro  | 0 comments

Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) is Google's technology designed to create fast mobile pages. AMP allows developers to take advantage of fast rendering and improved performance. Here's a look at how it can be integrated into an existing eZ Publish website.

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How a proper multi-channel CMS approach makes Facebook Instant Articles and Google AMP easier

Friday 04 August 2017 08:33

by Ernesto Buenrostro  | 0 comments

With eZ Publish / eZ Platform at the centre of your content management strategy, from a single interface you can manage not just your users and content, but also multiple social channels.

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How to create custom tags in eZ Publish 5

Wednesday 30 March 2016 01:39

by Ernesto Buenrostro  | 0 comments

Custom tags are very useful for adding custom functionality to rich text fields beyond simple formatting and embeds. Here is a walkthrough of how to implement custom tags in eZ Publish 5.x compared to an eZ Publish 4.x / legacy install.

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JavaScript and CSS in eZ Publish 5

Wednesday 07 January 2015 08:26

by Ernesto Buenrostro  | 1 comment

A key component of a content management system or web application is the handling of JavaScript and CSS files, specifically around loading, combining, and minifying them. Loading fewer files and a smaller amount of data in each file leads to both server-side and client-side performance improvements. In eZ Publish 4 / legacy, this was handled nicely with an extension called ezjscore. Now in the eZ Publish 5 new stack, we have a Symfony tool called Assetic. In this post we'll introduce how Assetic works in eZ Publish 5.0 through 5.4.

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An introduction to fetching content in eZ Publish 4 and eZ Publish 5

Monday 12 May 2014 09:42

by Ernesto Buenrostro  | 1 comment

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).

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Extended attribute filters: advanced content retrieval in eZ Publish

Wednesday 12 June 2013 07:13

by Ernesto Buenrostro  | 0 comments

Retrieving content is one of the most common use cases when working with a content management system. eZ Publish provides a powerful way to retrieve content with its fetch functions. Although it provides a powerful framework for filtering and sorting the content based on a wide range of criteria, sometimes you need to extend the framework. Adding new filters to fetch functions is achieved by using extended attribute filters.

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