tag: web

How to successfully build websites with Netgen Layouts

Building with Netgen Layouts – stories by the early adopters

Ivo Lukač

After several early adopters launched their first websites based on Netgen Layouts at the end of 2017, it was a perfect time to speak to them about their experience using our product – what they liked and what they thought we should improve.

Save the date for Web Summer Camp 2018

Save the date for Web Summer Camp 2018

Maja Nebes

Let’s start the new year by marking Web Summer Camp 2018 in our calendars for another summer week filled with quality hands-on and engaging web-oriented workshops. 

Netgen Layouts 0.10 released – with AJAX blocks, export and import, themes, and more

Netgen Layouts 0.10 released

Ivo Lukač

After implementing translations capabilities in the Netgen Layouts 0.9, it was time to deal with several medium-sized and numerous smaller features that were needed on ours and the projects of our early adopters. Here's the version 0.10.

Netgen Layouts 0.9 released

Netgen Layouts 0.9 released!

Ivo Lukač

With every new release come many small improvements, although we usually focus on one big theme. In this case, translating layouts. At the same time, what emerged as a developer experience improvement was the block plugin feature.

PHPSerbia 2017

PHPSerbia 2017 – my first conference

Randy Čupić

It's been six and a half months since I became a Netgen employee. In this short but productive period, I’ve been involved in many different projects and learned a lot regarding PHP, Symfony, eZ, and other technologies. However, it was time to move away from writing code and give a try to something else – writing my first blog post. Seven of us attended PHPSerbia Conference 2017, which was also my first conference, so I decided to share my impressions.

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. :)

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