tag: Symfony

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

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

Petar Španja

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.

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

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

Ivo Lukač

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.

Four Strokes with Paweł Jędrzejewski

Four Strokes with Paweł Jędrzejewski

Dinko Mihaljević

Paweł Jędrzejewski is creator of Sylius and founder at Lakion. Small interview, only four questions, but we managed to cover various topics like SummerCamp, eZ Publish Community, Sylius, Lakion, future of Paweł's projects and so on...

What do student summer practice, Summer Camp workshop rating, and client rich web app have in common?

What do student summer practice, Summer Camp workshop rating, and client rich web app have in common?

Ivo Lukač

Having a habit of trying to hit more birds with one stone, I always try to find a combination of tasks that has multiple benefits for the company. As we wanted to give some practice to students and that an online rating system for the Summer Camp would be nice to have,  decision was a no-brainer. To make things a bit harder the solution should behave more like a web app: loaded once and using REST calls for rating.

Overview of caching in eZ Publish new stack

Overview of caching in eZ Publish new stack

Ivo Lukač

Summer is over and we are returning to our usual duties: from working on projects to sharing our experience. As we started releasing sites based on eZ Publish 5 and Symfony, it is time to tell what we learned so far, at least some of the more interesting parts. And what would be better topic if not caching :) The post was written while preparing presentation for Zagreb PHP Conference earlier this month (slides can be found here).

eZ Publish & PHP Summer Camp 2014 - 4 days of workshops and fun

eZ Publish & PHP Summer Camp 2014 - 4 days of workshops and fun

Tomislav Buljević

The dust has settled, the impressions have been made, everybody packed their bags and went home. That is why we think it’s time to revisit Rovinj a bit and give a report on everything that happened during the 4 days we’ve spent at the 2014 PHP and eZ Publish Summer Camps.

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