Tag: web creation

Blog post by Ivo Lukač • 29 May 2018

Netgen Layouts 0.11 released – with scheduled block items, change layout type, and more

The new Netgen Layouts release brings some much-wanted features along – here’s what’s new.

Blog post by Ivo Lukač • 24 Jan 2018

How to successfully build websites with Netgen Layouts – stories by the early adopters

After several early adopters launched their first websites based on Netgen Layouts at the end of 2017, it was a perfect time to speak to them about their experience using our product – what they liked and what they thought we should improve.

Blog post by Ivo Lukač • 21 Dec 2017

Netgen Layouts 0.10 released – with AJAX blocks, export and import, themes, and more

After implementing translations capabilities in the Netgen Layouts version 0.9, it was time to deal with several medium-sized and numerous smaller features that were needed on ours and the projects of our early adopters. Here are the added features in the version 0.10.

Blog post by Ivo Lukač • 26 Oct 2017

Netgen Layouts 0.9 released – with layout translations, block plugins, and more

After releasing Netgen Layouts version 0.8 in July, our focus was on making the most out of the slower-paced summer time. With every new release come many small improvements and fixes, although we usually focus on one big theme. In the case of version 0.9, translating layouts. At the same time, what emerged as a developer experience improvement was the block plugin feature. Read on!

Blog post by Ivo Lukač • 6 Jul 2017

Netgen Layouts 0.8 released – what is next?

When we started to build Netgen Layouts, we set before ourselves two main requirements: to use Symfony as the baseline and to make the interface for the page layout management more powerful and easier to use. However, as the development progressed, the main idea about Layouts grew with it. The release of the version 0.8 is another big step towards its realization.

Blog post by Igor Vrdoljak, Vjeran Vlahović, Ivo Lukač • 17 Aug 2016

Netgen Layouts debut

We are proud to present the first version of Netgen Layouts, an easy and flexible way of managing layouts for Symfony-based web solutions. Netgen Layouts is an add-on tool on top of an existing CMS or e-commerce system. It should serve as a strong collaboration point where site builders, UX designers, and developers can manage and maintain the website layout structure in a simple but extensible way. With Netgen Layouts we want to reinvent the website implementation process and make it more agile.

Blog post by Tomislav Buljević • 12 Mar 2014

How I delved into the world of teaching eZ Publish to people

This post will be all about my experiences on the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Osijek, how the whole idea of a lecture and workshop came to me, and how it all realised in the end.

Blog post by Ivo Lukač • 14 May 2012

How to create a modern web site - part 3: the Web Content Model

This is the third post in the series on how to create a modern web site. In previous post we covered how to set up the baseline for a web project  and how to set up the site map. This post will cover the next step in a web project: the Web Content Model.

Blog post by Igor Vrdoljak • 18 Apr 2012

Why you should be a web developer / designer (working at Netgen)

I love working on web projects and I love working at Netgen. And here are a few reasons why I think that you could also love web work (and possibly consider working at Netgen, as we are always looking for quality people).

Blog post by Ivo Lukač • 23 May 2011

How to create a modern web site - part 2: the site map

This is the second post in the series on how to create a modern web site. In previous post we covered how to set up the baseline for a web project. This post will cover the next step in a web project: setting up a site map.

Blog post by Ivo Lukač • 13 Apr 2011

How to create a modern web site - part 1: from the first idea to the project baseline

We at Netgen, as a web development company, are facing the same challenges on every web project we do. It is very important to know how to deal with these challenges to successfully manage a web project. We plan to publish a series of blog posts describing the steps we take when creating a modern web site.