Friday 06 July 2012 03:32
I already went into some details about developing a whole new extension for eZ Publish with my previous blog posts. Due to circumstances I wasn't able to keep up with all the insights of the development. But, if you're still interested, why don't you join our upcoming webinar?
Friday 11 May 2012 04:08
Last time I wrote about the first steps we took to launch the extension ‘eZ Multitasking One’ on the eZ Market. In this blog post I will describe why we chose to develop our extension as much as a self-contained product, relying on the eZ Publish kernel. But first, did you perhaps join the webinar of the eZ Publish Enterprise 4.7 ‘Etna’ release yesterday? Then you should have seen a glimpse of our extension in the presentation, being described as ‘revolutionary’ for eZ Publish, or as the news-page of eZ describes it: ‘The possibility of editing and working on multiple articles or content items at any given time revolutionizes the way eZ Publish Enterprise clients can operate freeing up operators to concentrate on the quality of content creation which is their core business.’ Yes, that made me proud, and also gave me extra energy to write this blog post today.
Monday 07 May 2012 08:52
Note: This is a series of blog posts. You might want to read older posts first:
As promised I will continue with writing blog posts about the release of our extension eZ Multitasking One into the eZ Market. My blog posts are an ongoing process, so if I miss out on any particular area you would like to know more about, let me know!
In my posts I will try to chronologically list the steps we took on the ‘road to the eZ Market’.
This post describes the (possibly very obvious) first baby steps we took before we did anything else. That’s why this post isn’t technical at all, but more a ground-layer for upcoming posts.
When we thought of creating an extension that would simplify content management in eZ Publish we had to make a lot of decisions. In retro-perspective I personally think the following issues were specifically important to us throughout the whole process, and that’s why I kick off with this post.
Friday 27 April 2012 10:25
In the coming weeks I will write blog posts about how we created an extension for the eZ Market that is scheduled to be released end of May 2012 under the name eZ Multitasking One. In my series of blog posts I will explain more about the challenges we faced, including technical limitations and solutions, and the ‘road to launch an eZ Market extension’. I hope to fill a gap in the community regarding the grey area around the eZ Market and steps to be taken to launch a product. This includes very practical issues as generating documentation, thinking of licensing models, development guidelines, etc.
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