Posts from eZ, for the community.
Wednesday 17 April 2013 03:32
Tuesday 16 April 2013 03:19
This week at eZ, actually today, we officially release a new version of eZ Live Viewer, our real-time analytics solution. This new version (2.0) comes with a bunch of great new features that I believe interesting to discover, I’ll tell you more about that a bit below.
But first, why writing about it here, on share.ez.no? Well because first, of course, I believe it is a great added-value service that we provide on top of the eZ Platform, and that can be of interest to any eZ Publish user. But also because I see it as a good illustration of the way we want to develop eZ Publish as a product in the coming years. I believe it tells a lot on the direction we are taking for the whole platform. I am glad to be able to share about that and to collect feedback, in an open way!
Friday 12 April 2013 11:57
Aleksander Farstad named CEO. Gabriele Viebach departs after three years, having transitioned eZ Publish from a Web Content Management System into global enterprise grade Customer Experience Management Platform.
Friday 05 April 2013 01:55
I know that everyone loves discounts or special prices. That’s why we have decided to offer a discount on the UnConference ticket. You want to know how? Read on.
Thursday 28 March 2013 02:57
I told you in my last blog post that there would be new information about the UnConference soon. Here it comes, the website is now online. Read on.
Note: you will have the chance to discover a website entirely created with eZ Publish 5. Yes, Sylvain, our Community Engineer has taken the step to get eZ Publish 5 ready. He worked hard to make you happy, I hope you will be!
Friday 22 March 2013 03:10
You’ve heard something about the UnConference coming soon and want to know what’s cooking? Well, here it is: the next UnConference will be held in Montpellier end of May. Want to know more about it, Read on.
Friday 08 March 2013 12:20
Last month, I asked about how MariaDB database is used in the community, to get a better clue on how it could potentially be an important database to use and support officially in our product development and maintenance.
Monday 04 March 2013 10:23
Good morning eZ Community,
This is the 2nd issue of the monthly Product Management poll. It arrives a bit late as both the end of month happened unexpectedly earlier than it should, and the fantastic eZ Summit kept me busy end of last week. Read on and please provide some feedback, any piece of information will be valuable! And stay tuned, the result on the previous poll are very soon out of the oven.
Sunday 24 February 2013 06:08
This is an update on the work we are doing nowadays at eZ to improve editors' lives. When I rejoined eZ a few months back, I was amazed and very excited by all the challenges eZ was working on, from a new Web architecture based on Symfony2 to the huge move to a full digital User Experience Management platform. A lot of projects and challenges, and a huge opportunity to make a real difference.
While the challenges above are really super exciting and important, there is another challenge that has been discussed, but that I am sure is still really unclear: how eZ will improve the lives of editors with a much better user experience on all the user interface of the platform.
Indeed, we all know that the current user interface now is the one inherited from eZ Publish 3 - I don't want to count the years! This user interface had some real strengths back in the day, especially compared to many of our competitors. Some are still totally true, some less… and it still competes well with the old generation of CMS (e.g. most of the market). But the truth is that this is living in the past and it will only get worth, UX standards have evolved and the legacy interface is now hardly following.
So, now that we just rebuilt the foundation of the eZ Publish Platform, whose foundations are a new API (PHP and REST), Symfony2 as a Web framework and a new highly scalable storage repository, it is time to tackle this topic and (re)give eZ Publish a cutting edge editorial interface. This is actually the next step for eZ Publish 5 to enable to run on a 100% new system, without relying on any legacy component.
Thursday 21 February 2013 02:42
eZ Summit starts in a week, check out why you should go there!
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