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Wednesday 29 September 2010 5:39:27 pm - 6 replies

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As announced earlier during the eZ Conference 2010 and the various eZ Publish Fuji events (Oslo, Paris), developer preview releases for the next generation eZ Publish APIs are also be made available.

Note: a newer version of the REST Interface preview is available. See the blog post about REST preview 1.2.

Wednesday 29 September 2010 7:59:50 pm

I think instalation guide could be more detailed, because it's an advanced extension... I don't know how to register oauth client, there's Endpoint URI... I don't know what's that... And I don't know what to do after that...

Modified on Wednesday 29 September 2010 8:00:20 pm by Thiago Campos Viana

Wednesday 29 September 2010 8:31:10 pm

A nice discussion is currently happening on IRC with Thiago.

I'll post an up-to-date documentation tomorrow as it seems there are a few things that aren't clear, as well as a few details that were left out.

In the meanwhile, since the example on gist requires PHP 5.3, I have posted a non PHP 5.3 version of the example: http://gist.github.com/603241.

Wednesday 29 September 2010 10:41:47 pm

There is an error on the mysql insert schema: Double quotes are used in ezprest_token table fields, instead of none of all or grave accent marks. It causes a syntaxis error, some difficult to detect.

Modified on Wednesday 29 September 2010 10:42:52 pm by Bayron Guevara

Friday 15 October 2010 3:30:32 pm

There is a public repository (git or svn) of this projet? Thanks.

Tuesday 19 October 2010 8:44:03 am

Hello Francesco,

I was able to find an eZ Rest project and svn:



Sadly these resources have not been updated in quite a long time so they may be old resources and different than the code released as part of this preview release...



Monday 01 November 2010 6:27:28 pm

Please note that the developer preview has been updated to v. 1.2 due to some of the issues mentioned in this thread. Check out this post:



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