tag: php

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.

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.

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!

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.

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.

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