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Explore eZ Platform with Cookbook examples

Wednesday 30 March 2016 12:58

by Jani Tarvainen  | 0 comments

eZ Platform has an API exposed to PHP developers through the Symfony service mechanism. The eZ Platform documentation is getting better by the day and there are comprehensive references for the core functionalities like...

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How to run both PHP 5.6 and PHP 7.0 with Homebrew on OS X with PHP-FPM

Wednesday 09 March 2016 12:46

by Jani Tarvainen  | 0 comments

PHP 7.0 was a large release of the popular programming language and platform powering large parts of the web. The new release of PHP brings performance improvements and new features. The PHP community goes to great lengths to make sure that the release is backwards compatible. To a large part this is true, but there are certain incompatibilities which are described in the official Migration Guide.

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How Symfony developers can take advantage of eZ Platform, a fully featured Symfony CMS

Monday 07 March 2016 05:38

by Jani Tarvainen  | 0 comments

Symfony is a general collection of PHP components and an all purpose open source web application framework. During 2015 Symfony was downloaded over a million times per month and with a community of over 300,000 developers, Symfony is very much a global phenomenon.

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How to optimize performance of the LAMP stack with eZ (Part 1)

Wednesday 02 March 2016 03:40

by Philippe Vincent-Royol  | 1 comment

Nowadays, a website is not only a simple HTML page. Your visitors expect dynamic, personalized information fast and you need a scalable way to deliver content as quickly as possible. This, of course, puts significant pressure on page loads and response time. In this series of posts, we’ll explore eZ’s system architecture and provide recommendations on how you can optimize caching and decrease response time with eZ software.

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The first release of eZ Platform is out, the first step toward the future of the eZ Community

Wednesday 16 December 2015 12:08

by André R  | 2 comments

A new major content platform is out today. eZ Platform has reached its first independent stable milestone. It’s a major leap for the eZ Community, and a stepping stone for much more to come.

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Community versions of eZ Publish no longer receiving eZ Support patches

Thursday 03 December 2015 05:23

by André R  | 4 comments

As we get ready to release the next generation of eZ software, our eZ Support team is moving its focus to eZ Platform and eZ Studio. While they’ll continue to support existing customers on eZ Publish Enterprise, they’ll stop working on the community versions of eZ Publish (5.x and earlier). Read on for how this affects further development of legacy code.

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eZ Publish Summer Camp : New Recipe

Wednesday 25 June 2014 11:02

by Maud Brundseaux  | 1 comment

The  event is now part of eZ's History and is attracting more and more people every year.

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Symfony style dynamic configuration with the eZ Publish ConfigResolver, by Timon Schroeter

Friday 28 March 2014 04:46

by Nicolas Pastorino  | 0 comments

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/

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Introducing eZ Platform And Its New Development Cycle

Friday 14 March 2014 04:01

by Roland Benedetti  | 5 comments

As you may have gathered, we've been doing quite a lot of internal work at eZ over the last year. Aleksander came back as CEO and we have been rethinking and strengthening  eZ’s Organisation and Product Strategy (which is where most of my involvement came in), and also how we articulate our business model on top of an open-source project.

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Migrating from eZ Publish 4 to eZ Publish 5: basic concepts

Tuesday 17 December 2013 03:21

by Łukasz Serwatka  | 8 comments

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.

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