Stay on the Pulse.

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.

Our latest posts

Case study: Alina Cosmetics luxurious online shop

Case study: Alina Cosmetics luxurious online shop

Ivo Lukač

Back in 2018, we partnered with Reichl und Partner eMarketing, a leading digital agency in Austria to implement a new interesting eCommerce project - a new online shop for cosmetics in the DACH region and today it is alive and kicking — www.alina-cosmetics.com.

2020 - a year that revealed the best in us

2020 - a year that revealed the best in us

Ivo Lukač

The year 2020 was difficult for nearly everyone on the planet. But even with all the problems the pandemic caused, it revealed some good things as well.

How to cope with legacy code and technical debt

How to cope with legacy code and technical debt

Ivo Lukač

First, let’s define what technical debt and legacy code are — both terms commonly used in the software industry. They actually speak about a similar thing, but from two angles.

Case study: Successful 15-year relationship with Iskon

Case study: Successful 15-year relationship with Iskon

Mateja Terek

Our cooperation with Iskon is one of our longest-lasting, and it’s even more significant because creating online experiences for Iskon has definitely improved our skills while quickly adapting to new tasks and never sacrificing the quality of implementation.

Case study: Increasing flexibility and user engagement for Cedevita

Case study: Increasing flexibility and user engagement for Cedevita

Mateja Terek

When one of the most popular refreshing vitamin drinks in Croatia, Cedevita, realised its website is in a need for refreshment, Netgen and Locastic teams rolled up their sleeves to meet the latest expectations of consumers.

Cheers, Netgen turns 18!

Cheers, Netgen turns 18!

Netgen's story began in 2002, when several friends from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing decided to start their own company. Today, there are 25 experts working in the Zagreb office, designing and developing web solutions.

eZ Platform Content and Location filtering API

eZ Platform Content and Location filtering API

Mario Blažek

Every new release of the eZ Platform brings us some useful new features. In this blog post, we are going to explore the two options of Repository filtering, the Content and Location filtering.

Case study: How Netgen Layouts helped to build a flexible B2B catalogue and sales solution

Case study: How Netgen Layouts helped to build a flexible B2B catalogue and sales solution

Ivo Lukač , Mateja Terek

Up until recently, when you would need a software for B2B online sales, comprising both content marketing and eCommerce, you would have to accept one of two solutions: the first, a mix of cheaper and unchangeable “of the shelf” options, or the second, custom developed and usually crazy expensive. 

Well, finally - there are more options on the table.  

eZ Platform Document Field Mappers

eZ Platform Document Field Mappers

Mario Blažek

eZ Publish/Platform and Solr search have a long and established partnership from the early days of the eZ existence. In the legacy days, we were using the old and proven eZ Find extension. With the release of eZ Platform, we switched to the all-new Solr search engine. Back then, this new search engine provided only a minimal set of features. New features are added regularly. One of the most exciting features is the document field mappers, which we are going to explore more in detail.

Netgen Stack now supports eZ Platform version 3

Netgen Stack now supports eZ Platform version 3

Ivo Lukač

The result of a long journey — a new version of Netgen Stack for eZ Platform based on eZ Platform version 3 — is released with no legacy dependencies. It is available for installation and beta testing.

Rapid development with autowiring and autoconfiguration

Rapid development with autowiring and autoconfiguration

Mario Blažek

From the early days of Symfony 2, it’s authors pushed forward to do everything in an explicit and expressive way. Services needed to be explicitly defined in one of the available configuration formats, routing also detailed, and there was no automagical stuff. 

This site uses cookies. Some of these cookies are essential, while others help us improve your experience by providing insights into how the site is being used. For more detailed information on the cookies we use, please check our Privacy Policy.