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In the middle of the road...

In the middle of the road...

Friday 28 October 2011 6:59:13 pm - 10 replies

Hello to everyone.

What is the future of "intermediate" content API?

I'm talking about /kernel/private/api

Thanks

Luca

Modified on Friday 28 October 2011 6:59:45 pm by Luca Realdi

Monday 31 October 2011 9:55:53 pm

Like all api's in private/ it was placed there since it was not the final say on the matter, aka they where not public api's. In the case of intermediate content api, the public php api is the sucessor, and as the name implies it will be public and supported for a very long time.

Friday 04 November 2011 9:16:41 am

Thanks André.

My doubt was how to customize ezprestapiprovider, since the api content model is still in transition.

Luca

Wednesday 21 March 2012 9:49:03 am

Hi Luca. For the time being, feel free to use the APIs in kernel/private and kernel, but remember that as André mentionned, lots of new, shiny & maintained APIs are being developed, and that they will clearly replace what will be used here.

But in any case, the current API will remain there for a while, and you can quite safely use them to solve your current needs.

Thursday 29 March 2012 12:02:44 pm

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Tuesday 01 May 2012 4:04:34 pm

As now clarified in another thread (eZ Publish 5 preparation blog post), eZ Publish 4.x will be bundled as is as and frozen as part of eZ Publish 5.x, hence the /kernel/private/api will remain and continue to work for the code you have that uses it.

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