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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

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. 

While Web Summer Camp skips a year, we remember some of its best moments

While Web Summer Camp skips a year, we remember some of its best moments

Mateja Terek

Since it’s still hard for us to accept that this year’s Web Summer Camp will not take place due to the COVID-19 situation, it’s only fair that we spend this week remembering some of the best moments from previous conferences; and mind you, the first conference took place in 2012, so the list of “best of’s” is long!

Layouts version 1.2 released

Layouts version 1.2 released

We are glad to inform you that we released a new version of Netgen Layouts — 1.2! There are several ways to install it and try it out from scratch. For existing projects, we recommend upgrading. The biggest new feature –  improved export/import – will come in handy. 

PSR-6 and PSR-16 in Netgen Stack

PSR-6 and PSR-16 in Netgen Stack

Borna Matijanić , Mario Blažek

There is no web or web app today that is not utilizing some sort of caching. This makes caching libraries ubiquitous, which means that every framework has its own caching library. PHP FIG folks jumped into that and formed PSR-6 and PSR-16. Let’s check these caching standards more in detail.

Tomato case study: business goals, customer experience and agile going hand in hand

Tomato case study: business goals, customer experience and agile going hand in hand

Katarina Barišić , Vjeran Vlahović

In 2019 Tomato.com.hr won SoMo Borac award for the best website in the previous year. Here’s how we designed its user experience and developed frontend together with our friends from Locastic.

Building queries for dynamically fetching content — Netgen Layouts integrations, part 2

Building queries for dynamically fetching content — Netgen Layouts integrations, part 2

Ivo Lukač , Mario Blažek

This time we will cover several examples on how to build queries for dynamically fetching content from different content sources.

Using HTTP client abstraction in eZ Platform

Using HTTP client abstraction in eZ Platform

Mario Blažek

With the appearance of the PSR-7 standard, PHP language received the first standardised way of interacting with HTTP messages and URIs. Symfony supported it through the PSR-7 Bridge. That triggered the appearance of some other standards like PSR-18, which we will discuss in this blog post.

Integrating Netgen Layouts with content sources – part 1

Integrating Netgen Layouts with content sources – part 1

Ivo Lukač

This is the first in a series of blog posts on how to start integrating Netgen Layouts with a content source.

Take The BREAK and join Web Summer Camp 2020

Take The BREAK and join Web Summer Camp 2020

Katarina Barišić

Our yearly conference for the web community will be held from August 26th to August 28th in Bol, Island of Brač. Check out what we are preparing this year!

Meet us in the upcoming months

Meet us in the upcoming months

We've done some pretty cool stuff lately so it's time to share our latest developments with you in the following months. 

Keeping Apache Solr up and running on eZ Platform setup

Keeping Apache Solr up and running on eZ Platform setup

Mario Blažek

While the usage of Apache Solr through the eZ Platform Search API is pretty much straightforward and well documented, where do we fall short is on how to set it up.

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