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DPC Amsterdam: CMF and Varnish

I was in Amsterdam at DPC and did two workshops, one on the Symfony CMF and another on Http caching with Varnish. I also did a regular talk to introduce to Http caching. The Varnish workshop and talk I did together with David de Boer, who is co-authoring the FOSHttpCache and -Bundle with me.
Additionally, before the conference I went to Leeuwarden to present the CMF at a meetup of the PHP Friesland user group.

Conference: Dutch PHP Conference, 2015, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Workshop: CMF
Title: Symfony2 Content Management

Symfony2 Content Management in 50 Minuten

Conference: Symfony Live 2014 Berlin
Title: Symfony2 Content Management in 50 Minuten
Links: Tutorial Repository, joind.in

Das Content Management Framework baut auf Symfony2 auf. Es besteht aus einer Sammlung von Bundles um einfach und bequem Content Management in Symfony2 Projekte einzubauen. Die Bundles bieten Grundfunktionen wie editierbare Menüs, URLs und Inhalte. Ich zeige wie man mit dem CMF loslegt und praktische Features nutzt wie das transparente Handling von mehrsprachigen Inhalten.

PS: Thanks @realdragonito for the amazing doodle!

phpDay 2014: Content Management with Symfony2, 2 hour workshop

Conference: phpDay Italy, 16-17.5.2014
Title: Content Management with Symfony2
Links: A few Slides, Tutorial Code, joind.in

The Content Management Framework (CMF) is a set of building blocks for content management. You can use just parts of it to add some content management to your Symfony2 project, or use the whole stack to build customized CMS applications for specific needs.

In this workshop, we do a hands-on tour through the CMF. We look at the existing functionality and implement simple features to get a feel for how things work.

* PHPCR-ODM Content repository with translation and versioning

PHPBenelux Conference 2014: Getting started with content management in Symfony2 - 3 hour workshop

Conference: PHPBenelux Conference 2014, 24-25.1.2014
Title: Getting started with content management in Symfony2
Links: Tutorial Code, joind.in

he Content Management Framework (CMF) is a set of building blocks for content management in Symfony2. You can use just parts of it to add some content management to your Symfony2 project, or use the whole stack to build customized CMS applications for specific needs.

In this workshop, we do a tour through the CMF. We will look at the existing functionality and I will do live-coding to implement additional features. This will get you a feel for how things work.

I will cover at least the following subjects:

Symfony Community Awards

During the SymfonyCon in Warsaw, Poland, there was also the first Symfony award ceremony. I was deemed worthy to get the community award for the "Best Bundle of the year". It is a great thing to hear that other people appreciate what you do, so this makes me really happy.

Whats more, the Symfony Content Management Framework also got an award for being the best Symfony Open-Source application of 2013.

Congratulations to all the award winners! And thanks to all the others who do great efforts on Symfony that did not get an award this time - keep it going!

Symfony2 Content Management in 40 minutes

Conference:SymfonyCon Warsaw, 12-13.12.2013
Title: Symfony2 Content Management in 40 minutes
Links: Slides, joind.in

The Symfony Content Management Framework provides a set of bundles to quickly add content management to your Symfony2 projects. It provides common features like editable menus, route and content. The CMF 1.0 has been released in september, ready to be used productive. I will show you how to start using the CMF in a project and also show advanced features like the transparent multilanguage handling.

The tutorial is available as a series of pull requests on a tutorial repository:
https://github.com/dbu/conference-tutorial/pulls?direction=asc

Forum PHP Paris 2013: Symfony2 CMF - la gestion de contenu bas-niveau

Conference: Forum PHP Paris, 21.-22.11.2013
Title: Symfony2 CMF - la gestion de contenu bas-niveau
Links: Slides, joind.in
Joint talk with Alexis Janvier

PHP Benelux: Symfony Content Management Framework

Conference: PHP Benelux, 25-26.1.2013
Title: Symfony Content Management Framework
Links: Slides, joind.in

In this talk i will present the Content Management Framework (CMF). It is a set of building blocks you can use to build content management in any Symfony2 project: Content repository with translation and versioning, database routing, menu system and building the page.

PHP Tour Nantes: Symfony Content Management Framework

Conference: PHP Tour Nantes, 29-30.11.2012
Title: Symfony Content Management Framework
Links: Slides, joind.in

Je vais présenter le Content Management Framework (CMF). C'est une collection des composants afin de faire la gestion de contenu dans les projéts symfony: Doctrine content repository avec traduction et versions, routing avec des données de la bd, système menu et construction des pages. Une idée général de Symfony va vous aider à mieux comprendre cette conférence.

Semantic web meets frontend-awesomeness

I repost some of my blog posts made @ liip. Please see here for the original post and comments: https://blog.liip.ch/archive/2012/08/06/semantic-web-meets-frontend-awes...

Frontend editing is a hot topic at the moment. With the HTML5 content-editable, there is no longer any excuse to reload a page in edit mode and render forms on server side. And even less to use the iframe mess of traditional WYSIWYG editors. One excellent frontend editing project is create.js. Its main strength is to use RDF annotations in HTML (RDFa) to explain the semantic structure of your content. Then you load create.js and tell it what editors to use for your entities. Storage happens based on backbone.js, the server backend is easy to implement.

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