tag: php

#websc sold out

Another exciting #websc summer coming up!

Maja Nebes

Why exciting? Well, this was supposed to be a blog post announcing the full program and calling you to get your tickets before the Early Bird tickets close, with the appropriate soundtrack. The truth is, you overwhelmed us by your interest and we are officially announcing that, as of last week, Web Summer Camp 2017 is sold out! Let’s take a look what we have prepared for you end of August.

websc Super Early Bird tickets

#websc Super Early Birds have flown in! Hurry to get all discounts

Maja Nebes

Dear Campers, Super Early Bird tickets for Web Summer Camp 2017 are out! Check out all 2017 news and see you in Rovinj August 30-September 2!

Integrating OAuth on eZ sites using NetgenEzSocialConnectBundle

Integrating OAuth on eZ sites using NetgenEzSocialConnectBundle

Filip Božanović

In several recent projects we had been asked to implement ‘Login with Facebook’, ‘Login with Google’ functionality into eZ Publish 5 and eZ Platform, so we decided to go ahead and develop our own bundle based on HWIOAuthBundle.

Announcing Web Summer Camp 2017, Speakers Wanted!

Announcing Web Summer Camp 2017! Speakers Wanted

Maja Nebes

We at Netgen and Salsa Adria Productions are ready for another #websc adventure, are you? :) The website is out, we know the time and the place, and are looking for speakers and sponsors. We've also released all 2016 PHP and eZ Publish workshop videos, check them out!

Web Summer Camp 2016 - engaging workshops and experience sharing on the radiant Croatian coast

Web Summer Camp 2016 - engaging workshops and experience sharing on the radiant Croatian coast

Maja Nebes

This year’s Summer Camp was bound to be interesting even before it started. We changed the brand, added a new topic, moved to a new venue, and were curious and eager to see how our participants would respond to the transition. Well, it turns out we had no reason to worry. :)

Improving our DevOps with Vagrant, Ansible, and PhpStorm

Improving our DevOps with Vagrant, Ansible, and PhpStorm

Ivo Lukač

A long, long time ago we used only one tool for syncing development instances with production environments - FTP. Over the years, we at Netgen improved slowly but are still not where we want to be. The main problem is that we have many projects and clients with different infrastructure in type and size. It is very hard to consolidate the process in that situation. Here is what we have managed so far using Vagrant, Ansible, and PhpStorm.

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