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Saturday 06 September 2014 6:51:48 pm - 6 replies

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Introduction

A year after the "cookbook for successful migration from eZ 4 to the Symfony stack" we share our learnings from real eZ 5 projects realized during the last twelve months.

Monday 08 September 2014 10:48:18 am

Thanks a lot for sharing all your very valuable knowledge, Donat!
It's like rain shower on dry soil! 

Monday 08 September 2014 1:51:09 pm

The more I read into your slides the more I kiss your feet! I bow to you.

Monday 08 September 2014 9:27:50 pm

Thank you for sharing your expirience.

I'm wondering just about caching per user. Do you really have such use case? From my understanding it has no sense to cache per user because of the fact that user didn't visit pages hundreds times. It is more naturally to define big user groups.

Monday 08 September 2014 9:41:06 pm

Thank you @Patrizio and @Andrey for your comments. I think sharing the experiences is the only way that we can bring eZ5 forward. There are still too few people using the new stack!

@Andrey: of course, going by user groups is the common approach. Our use case was a user workspace, which needs to be by user by design. One can argue of these pages should be cached at all, but it proved valuable in this project.

Monday 08 September 2014 10:09:33 pm

Quote from Donat Fritschy :

Thank you @Patrizio and @Andrey for your comments. I think sharing the experiences is the only way that we can bring eZ5 forward. There are still too few people using the new stack!

You are very true, Donat! And making it more popular is exactly what we want! Thank you!

Thursday 11 September 2014 10:09:02 am

Quote from Donat Fritschy :

...One can argue of these pages should be cached at all, but it proved valuable in this project.

I found out that esi blocks renedered with private response cause to slow response of the page. So i also  implemented a caching per user just to make theese esi blocks cacheable. In details i described it here: http://share.ez.no/forums/ez-publ...ser-information-slows-down-whole-app

Did such behaviour of privately cached esi blocks happen to you?

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