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How one should code in eZ Platform

Monday 11 June 2018 10:18

by Jean-Luc Chassaing  | 0 comments

Some eZ Platform devs are old ez legacy devs. Some of them (like me) started building eZ websites on 3.x releases. The thing is they have bad old habits and they tend to keep building ezPlatform projects on a legacy way of doing things. But that's a bad path. After taking some time on a eZ 5.x and eZ Enterprise projects here is what I found out.

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My rest website

Monday 25 June 2012 05:05

by Jean-Luc Chassaing  | 2 comments

How about building my website in full REST ?

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Unit testing tips and tricks

Sunday 21 November 2010 11:19

by Jean-Luc Chassaing  | 6 comments

Ok, I 've been taken by other problems but it's time for me to give you the last post and yet the most important part of three, dedicated to unit testing on eZ Publish.

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writing and performing tests

Sunday 14 November 2010 10:19

by Jean-Luc Chassaing  | 1 comment

In my last post, I described how to get a testing environment for your eZ Publish developments. This was in my previous post.

Now it's time to go further on write your first test and run it.

This is not a PHPUnit tutorial the goal is to give you a first step and some clues to avoid brainstorming gapes.

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How about unit testing your code

Saturday 13 November 2010 09:14

by Jean-Luc Chassaing  | 2 comments

I've been working on that for a few days and I'm quite proud to say it rocks...

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Got a great idea

Saturday 02 October 2010 09:37

by Jean-Luc Chassaing  | 1 comment

Well in fact a real problem....

A new project and new problems to deal with.

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