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Running eZ Publish Legacy on eZ Platform Cloud

Tuesday 27 June 2017 07:18

by Serhey Dolgushev  | 3 comments

As you might have heard, the eZ Platform Cloud was announced at the eZ Conference in London a few weeks ago. We at Contextual Code played with it  a bit and it is very easy to install an eZ Platform site, but things are a little different for eZ Publish Legacy. This blog post will show some of the most important steps in running a eZ Publish Legacy installation on eZ Platform Cloud.

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Extending Rich Text field type in eZ Platform

Monday 24 April 2017 04:07

by Serhey Dolgushev  | 0 comments

We at Contextual Code were keen to see eZ Platform in action, and decided that updating our own website / blog would provide a perfect opportunity to get deeper into it. During testing of the new admin interface we discovered that a completely new WYSIWYG editor is now being used, but there is currently no easy way to develop eZ XML custom tags. That was the main reason why we decided to spend some time investigating eZ Platform’s rich text field type, looking to find possible ways of extending it.

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eZ Publish Social Media Integration: Publishing

Thursday 11 October 2012 08:54

by Serhey Dolgushev  | 0 comments

In the previous blog posts we demonstrated how to fetch data from social networks and use it in an eZ Publish template. This blog post describes how to easily post content to the social networks (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn) from eZ Publish.

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eZ Publish Social Media Integration: Feeds

Tuesday 02 October 2012 12:35

by Serhey Dolgushev  | 0 comments

In the previous blog post we announced the nxc_social_networks extension and demonstrated how to implement Sign-on buttons. This blog post describes how to fetch feeds from social networks (Facebook, Twitter and Google+) and use them within eZ Publish templates.

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eZ Publish Social Media Integration: Single Sign-on

Wednesday 26 September 2012 06:28

by Serhey Dolgushev  | 2 comments

We are happy to announce the nxc_social_networks eZ Publish extension. This extension implements full eZ Publish integration with social networks, and provides the following capabilities:

  • Sign-in button, which allows users to login/register via social networks (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google) in one click
  • eZ Publish template fetch functions to obtain the  social network feeds (Facebook, Twitter,  Google+)
  • Publish to social networks from eZ Publish (Facebook, Twitter,  LinkedIn)

This post covers the Sign-on button functionality, the remaining bullets will be discussed in our upcoming posts.

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Manipulating ez publish content in PHP

Wednesday 15 August 2012 12:54

by Serhey Dolgushev  | 0 comments

One of the most common tasks when developing an eZ Publish extension is creating, editing and removing content objects in PHP. eZ Publish’s standard features has the ability to accomplish this:

However, the above functionality does not always meet all the requirements.

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eZ Publish Fetch Functions Optimization

Monday 14 May 2012 01:16

by Serhey Dolgushev  | 2 comments

Each time there’s a need to get a list of articles/users/comments in eZ Publish, we use fetch functions. Fetch function can be used in a template (http://doc.ez.no/eZ-Publish/Technical-manual/4.x/Reference/Modules/content/Fetch-functions/listhttp://doc.ez.no/eZ-Publish/Technical-manual/4.x/Reference/Modules/content/Fetch-functions/tree) and PHP code (https://github.com/ezsystems/ezpublish/blob/master/kernel/classes/ezcontentobjecttreenode.php#L1837). That’s why problems may arise, when you need to fetch a lot of nodes.

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eZ Publish Extended Attribute Filters

Monday 07 May 2012 11:20

by Serhey Dolgushev  | 0 comments

If you are using eZ Publish fetch functions, sometimes there are situations in which it is not enough to filter the nodes just by attributes. Moreover that not all datatypes can be filtered. In this case you should use extended attribute filter (http://www.ezpedia.org/ez/extended_attribute_filter). It allows injecting additional code to the SQL query  used by eZ Publish for fetching.

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How to restore access to eZ Publish

Monday 07 May 2012 11:17

by Serhey Dolgushev  | 0 comments

Quite often there can be a situation when you have ssh access to the server, but you do not have access to the eZ Publish back-end (which is hosted at the same server). For example, single server hosts many eZ Publish projects, and you have back-end access only to some of them. Suddenly you need to get to inaccessible project`s eZ Publish back-end. Another example, the customer has provided you only ssh access, and you urgently need to create or modify eZ Publish node.

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