The summer release of eZ Platform v3.0 Beta has arrived! This release is a beta release that focuses on the cleanup and maintenance of the codebase. The release also include the adoption of Symfony 4.3 framework.
eZ Platform 2.x has evolved a lot - tons of great changes/improvements. But one vital feature is still missing: custom CSS classes and custom attributes. This could prevent a large number of eZ Publish 5.4 sites migrating to the latest eZ Platform version.
In the latest releases, a lot of great features were added to eZ Platform. Some of the most eagerly awaited are related to the Online Editor. Now it is very easy to create new custom tags and custom styles. But still, it is unclear how to extend the Online Editor UI. This blog post shines a light onto this dark spot, providing some easy to understand and straightforward examples. Also, we will guide you through some Webpack Encore use cases. So let's get started!
[April Fools] With the recent acceptance of JIT for PHP into PHP 8.0, eZ is immediately launching support for PHP 8.0 so customers can take advantage of the improved performance already today.
The Spring release of eZ Platform v2.4 has arrived! This is a long term supported release (LTS) and introduces many exciting features, such as, content tree, PostgreSQL support, Webpack Encore, online editor improvements and much more.
eZ Platform 2.5, the first 2019 release, introduces several new features that affect developers. This article will highlight the main points (or elements): Webpack Encore, PostgreSQL , and GraphQL.
The Hide / Reveal and inline custom tag are two features that are expected to improve the editorial experience for editors.
Content Tree will allow editors to quickly locate and access content items with ease while having a full view of the content structure.
The winter release of eZ Platform v2.4 has arrived! This release introduces many exciting new features, including Editorial Workflow, Form Block, Rich Text Block, as well as improvements to the Online Editor and much more.
A query language that exposes a schema over HTTP, and allows developers to describe precisely what data they want to get from it.