Blog post by Ivo Lukač • 31 Dec 2014

Bird's eye view on eZ Publish future (the New York trip)

Earlier this month I was in New York for the eZ Innovation Board meeting. It was basically a sneak peek into the eZ Publish future with a bird's eye view. Or something like an 86th floor Empire State Building view. You have a great view and see far in the distance, but you can also look straight down, which is not very pleasant :)

Blog post by Maja Nebes • 24 Dec 2014

‘Tis the season of sharing

Netgen story has always been about sharing - sharing knowledge, sharing experience, sharing the moments of joy and fun. One of the reasons I came here was to help with the growing marketing and event organization needs - in a fewer words, to help with the sharing. With that said, I could not have boarded the Netgen ship at a more exciting and opportune time - December, a true sharing spirited month.

Blog post by Edi Modrić • 18 Dec 2014

We attended the second edition of SymfonyCon in Madrid

Three weeks ago SensioLabs, the company behind Symfony framework, organized the second edition of SymfonyCon, the official Symfony conference. This year the event was set in Madrid, Spain and was attended by close to 700 people from all around the world.

Blog post by Ivo Lukač • 6 Dec 2014

The eZ Publish Show #22: Introducing Composer

I had the privilege of hosting Jordi Boggiano, one of more important people in the PHP and Symfony communities. He showed his importance to the community a few days ago. Read on.

Blog post by Petar Španja • 4 Dec 2014

Creating and updating eZ Publish Content via Symfony's Form component

Recently we were asked by one of our customers to implement user registration that will not rely on the Legacy Stack. As the sizeable part of this request is related to the user interface, we took this chance to implement something that will benefit us for other use cases as well.

Blog post by Igor Vrdoljak • 2 Dec 2014

Tidying up your free-form content with structured body field

There is an ongoing search in web community for an appropriate content modelling tool, one that could cope with conflicting requirements set by modern CMS development. We believe eZ Publish provided a viable solution a long time ago.

Blog post by Ivo Lukač • 26 Nov 2014

The eZ Publish Show #21: eZ Publish version 5.4 and beyond

Yesterday I had a great chat with Roland Benedetti, eZ Systems CPMO and André Rømcke, eZ Systems lead engineer, about  the latest eZ Publish version 5.4 and what is coming next. We had no network issues this time, but some problems with focus at the beginning. It was Angry Che's fault ;) 

Blog post by Edi Modrić • 10 Nov 2014

Our contributions to eZ Publish Community Project 2014.11

eZ Publish Community Project 2014.11 release is just around the corner. v2014.11.0, v2014.11.1, v2014.11.2 and v2014.11.3 tags are already created on GitHub, and distribution release is imminent so now is the perfect time to show you some cool stuff Netgen contributed to the new release. In total, we created seven pull requests which were all merged successfully by the eZ team.

So, let's dive into what we did, in order of creating the pull requests!

Blog post by Ivo Lukač • 4 Nov 2014

Extending the Summer Camp learning experience with first batch of workshop videos

While preparing this years eZ Publish Summer Camp and PHP Summer Camp we wanted to somehow capture the value that was created and share it later. In short, to extend the learning experience after the camp is over. So we organised video and audio recordings of all 3 tracks and (almost) all workshops. 

Blog post by Ivo Lukač • 31 Oct 2014

The eZ Publish Show #20: Is Sylius the base for the new eZ eCommerce solution?

Yesterday I had a great discussion with Paweł Jędrzejewski about Sylius and would it be a good choice as a base for eZ eCommerce solution. After 30 minutes he lost the internet connection, the discussion was abruptly finished but it was near to end anyway. Hope the recorded video will still be interesting.

Short backstory of our blog: Sharing our experience from various web projects based on eZ Publish / eZ Platform, Symfony, PHP, HTML5, MySQL, jQuery, CSS, etc. and focusing on solving the problems we encountered.

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