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Tutorials & articles written by Jérôme Vieilledent

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PHP 7.0: Why Scalar type hints with strict mode, and stricter weak mode

Thursday, 12 Mar 2015

by André R  | 1 comment

Upcoming PHP 7.0 is starting to shape up as a very exciting release in similar way as 5.0 and 5.3 was. Some of the biggest language improvements center around type handling. The type casting rules are being cleaned up, return types was recently accepted, nullable (argument) types are in draft, but scalar type hints for function/method arguments are once again causing  major  debates within the PHP (internals) community, this post is thus mainly targeted at PHP internals and others interested in what is going on currently around PHP.

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An Introduction to Developing eZ Publish Extensions

Friday, 10 Dec 2010

by Felix Woldt  | 19 comments

Most Content Management System requirements can be fulfilled by eZ Publish without any custom PHP coding. But sooner or later experienced eZ Publish implementers get to the point where a project needs some special functionality and it becomes necessary to develop extensions.

(This tutorial was initially published on 21/01/2008, and refreshed to match the 4.x series on 10/12/2010)

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Understanding and developing fetch functions

Tuesday, 14 Sep 2010

by Jérôme Vieilledent  | 15 comments

This tutorial will explain how template fetch functions work and how to develop custom ones. It will also show you how to call them from PHP.

 
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Adding custom security policy limitations to your modules

Tuesday, 25 May 2010

by Jérôme Vieilledent  | 7 comments

This tutorial will show you how to deal with custom security policy limitations for your modules. Once read, you will be able to fully take advantage of the granularity in eZ Publish's security and access control system.

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Using a SSO in eZ Publish

Wednesday, 23 Dec 2009

by Jérôme Vieilledent  | 7 comments

Sometimes, during a web application development, you need to interface with your client's software(s) and/or websites in order to keep a common and coherent session within its applicative environment. To do this, it is often useful to use a special tool : SSO (Single Sign On). This article illustrates one way of integrating an eZ Publish based web application into an existing SSO architecture

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