In this article I'm going to focus on extending eZ Platform 2.x editorial interface (so called back-office) from the frontend perspective. On the frontend side we're using ReactJS for rich interactive UI modules Universal Discovery and Sub Items List.
The eZ Automated Translation connector is here and it integrates beautifully with eZ Platform. More than that, it comes with not just one, but two out-of-the-box translation services: Google Translate and DeepL. However, the support of DeepL is still in beta as it needs more testing.
Based on customer feedback, we recently sat down to look at how we can make the interaction with toolbars in the Online Editor, more user friendly for editorial users. As part of this effort, here are some changes you’ll find in recent v1.13.2LTS release, as well as our prospects of taking this further in v2.
With pleasure, we present the new eZ Community Board! After following our renewal process, we succeeded in getting a new board for the '18/'19 term.
We are thrilled to announce the release of eZ Platform v2.1. Check it out!