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EZ publish 4 : enterprise web sites step-by-step

Author: Francesco Fullone; Francesco Trucchia
Publisher: Birmingham, U.K. : Packt Pub., 2009.
Series: From technologies to solutions.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Francesco Fullone; Francesco Trucchia
ISBN: 9781847190505 1847190502 1904811647 9781904811640
OCLC Number: 698587987
Description: 1 online resource (vii, 272 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Contents: Chapter 1: Installing eZ Publish This chapter looks at the processes involved in installing eZ Publish for the magazine project, including hosting requirements. Choices to be made during installation are also covered. Chapter 2: Creating our site accesses What are site accesses? When we work on a customer site it would be useful to have different environments available to show your customer what we are doing. In this chapter we'll create some simple site access rules to manage these areas. We will also take a deeper look at what site accesses are, and how they work. Chapter 3: Defining and creating content classes This chapter introduces us to the standard content classes of eZ Publish. We will also learn to create the required classes for the additional structured content, as defined by the project. Chapter 4: Creating content structure This chapter looks at creating the default content structure for the magazine as well as adding some initial content, so that we can see the structure and layout of various default content classes. We also introduce the eZ Publish backend and its functionality. Chapter 5: Creating an extension We will create an extension to hold all our customizations for this project, which is much better than working in the standard folders and will help us in any future system upgrade. Chapter 6: Template design In this chapter we see how to apply a template to a single content or node folder. We also take a look at the template overrides, creating a design extension. Chapter 7: Template content classes Custom templates for content approval and checkout processes are important concepts in many eZ Publish undertakings and will be featured in this chapter. We will also create a custom template for a standard and a custom class. Chapter 8: Adding community forums In this chapter we take a look at the built-in forums available through the ezwebin packages; we implement these content classes and templates. Then we work on them further, adding functionality not previously included in eZ Publish 4.0 but which will be useful to the magazine. Chapter 9: Multi-lingual content This chapter provides a brief overview of the internationalization capabilities of eZ Publish and implements some additional language translations for our customers who may be visiting, and looking to enroll at the magazine. Chapter 10: Creating roles and privileges After all this defining and creating we need to actually get useful content into the system. There are a number of approaches to do so, and this chapter covers the main ones in detail with a short suggestion on other methods. Chapter 11: Cache configuration The cache system is one of the most important subsystems of eZ Publish. In this chapter we explain how to use it and how to customize it for our needs. Chapter 12: Deployment The deployment chapter will investigate the processes associated with deploying our development site to production.
Series Title: From technologies to solutions.
Responsibility: Francesco Fullone, Francesco Trucchia.



eZ Publish provides developers with a structure to build highly impressive applications and then quickly deploy them into a live environment. eZ Publish is complex, with a steep learning curve, but with the right direction it offers great flexibility and power. What makes eZ Publish special is not the long list of features, but what's going on behind the scenes.<br /><br />Created specifically for newcomers to eZ Publish, and using an example Magazine web site, this book focuses on designing, building and deploying eZ Publish to create an enterprise site quickly and easily.<br /><br />This tutorial takes eZ Publish's steep learning curve head-on, and walks you through the process of designing and building content-rich web sites. It makes the unrivalled power and flexibility of eZ Publish accessible to all developers.<br /><br />The book is organized around technical topics, which are handled in depth, with a general progression that follows the learning experience of the reader, and features a single magazine web site project from installation to completion and deployment. This hands-on guide helps the reader to understand the Content Management System to create a web 2.0-ready web site by creating new extensions or overriding the existing ones. In turn, it helps you to become confident when working in the eZ Publish administration area and offers an environment in which you can practice while working through the chapters.


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