Magnolia-related blog posts from all over the Magnolia community.
Thursday, July 24, 2014
Der Magnolia Module-Mechanismus erlaubt es Entwicklern, den Lebenszyklus von Magnolia Modulen zu verwalten. Jedes Magnolia Module definiert in seinem Module-Deskriptor XML File verschiedene Module-Klassen, wovon eine der sogenannte VersionHandler ist. (Siehe Module descriptor elements). Im Module-Descriptor registriere ich also ei...
Thursday, July 17, 2014
Heads up if you work with PHP. We just updated the Integrating PHP Web applications tutorial for Magnolia 5. The tutorial shows how to use the PHP Content Repository (PHPCR) to interact with JCR content.
PHPCR is an adaptation of the JCR standard. You can use it to connect a PHP application to a JCR-compliant repository such as Jackrabbit used in M...
Wednesday, July 9, 2014
In a previous post, I covered some of the considerations for implementing Magnolia CMS with your in-house team. Now it’s time to look at the other side of that coin – when should you consider using a partner. We will also look at some of the factors to consider when choosing your Magnolia Partner.
“So Happy Together…”
The Turtles had pretty good success with those words, and so can your Magnolia project if you enlist a Partner to assist. ...
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
Monday, June 30, 2014
Friday, June 27, 2014
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Magnolia CMS 5.3 has arrived. With this release we move from platform delivery to feature delivery. The platform is now mature and solid so we can ship new features that add value for users.
Personalization adapts content to the visitor according to his or her personal preferences, needs and capabilities. A personalized website is more relevant and engaging than a static non-per...
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
As Fleetwood Mac sang, “You can go your own way”… It’s not just a catchy tune, this sentiment also applies to implementing Magnolia CMS. In this post I’ll cover some of the reasons why you may choose to implement Magnolia using in-house resources. Conversely, you could choose a Magnolia Partner for all or part of the project. A future post will cover some of the reasons why choosing a partner may be the way to go.
You likely chose Magnolia CMS because of the many features, eas...
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Thursday, June 5, 2014
Have you recently checked out your company’s web presence and thought to yourself that it was in dire need of an update? But then maybe you started imagining the pain of pushing new data there, and resigned at the mountain of work ahead. Or maybe your mind turned to even more pressing problems with the site - maybe it doesn’t render correctly on mobile, or no updates get pushed into social media. In the e...