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eZ Publish allows you to develop custom REST APIs to transfer data among different platforms. This "getting started" guide will show you how to build and integrate a REST API into an eZ Publish installation by developing a custom module view that returns a JSON object.

11/06/2017 12:02 pm   share.ez.no/blogs   Mirror   Link   @284

eZ Systems has raised and discussed the question of revamping the eZ Platform UI in different blog posts. We at CJW Network feel that releasing our AngularJS and REST based prototype can add some practical insights to this discussion.

02/22/2017 05:46 am   share.ez.no/blogs   Mirror   Link   @2638

Do you remember my last article about eZ JS REST Client? If not, I recommend you to read it first before continuing on this one. In this, rather short, blog post I'm going to give you a code sample how to get the article user-friendly URL when creating a new content using REST Client.

12/29/2014 11:53 am   share.ez.no/blogs   Mirror   Link   @2774

Nowadays, creating web applications without reliable access to data sources is impossible. Frequently, one of the main data sources are services based on REST architecture.

12/03/2014 06:47 am   share.ez.no/blogs   Mirror   Link   @2892

These past days I've been playing with the REST API v2 in the scope of my project that is to implement an Angular.js (angularjs.org) Front-End for eZ Publish

This blog post series will hopefully help you if you are on a journey to the Rild Rild Rest.

09/27/2013 03:57 am   share.ez.no/blogs   Mirror   Link   @2876

(For french speaking people, a french version of this article is available on my own blog)

One part of the Public API and REST API workshop at the eZ Unconference 2013 was dedicated to a concrete demo of the eZ Publish REST API v2. I chose to build a completely static HTML5/JavaScript application to show that with a very few lines of code, it's possible to build a quite fancy application :-)

06/13/2013 07:45 am   share.ez.no/blogs   Mirror   Link   @2972

The second eZ UnConference took place in Montpellier, France last week and was a great success. It is always great fun to meet eZ Community members in person and share our experiences. Most of the talks were of course about the new eZ Publish 5 Platform, which should not surprise anyone. Representing the product management team, I gave a talk about how to explore the eZ Publish REST v2 API through a browser using Apigee Console To-Go. The slides from my presentation are available here

06/12/2013 07:53 am   share.ez.no/blogs   Mirror   Link   @26422

Lately, I've been testing and fixing several issues with the eZ Publish REST API v2. To manually test it, I use cURL (man curl) because it's widely available, well documented, and like any other command line tool, you can use it together with others text processing tools (grep, xmllint, xsltproc, ...). I'm writing this post as a memo for me but I'm sure some people will find it useful as well.

04/19/2013 07:28 am   share.ez.no/blogs   Mirror   Link   @2826

As promised at the end of the engineering talk about eZ Publish 5 at the UnConference, I intend to shed some light upon our REST API.

No big fancy article yet, but a short introduction and a working example on a GIST ! Enjoy.

10/21/2012 03:26 am   share.ez.no/blogs   Mirror   Link   @26381

In the previous installment of this series, I have shown how easy it is to integrate data coming from external services in your eZ Publish website.

Now, it is time to delve in the possibility of using ajax to access the remote service, and have a look at the same-origin problem and the different tools at our disposal to solve it.

09/25/2012 04:21 pm   share.ez.no/blogs   Mirror   Link   @2846

How about building my website in full REST ?

06/25/2012 10:05 am   share.ez.no/blogs   Mirror   Link   @2767

Last time I wrote about the first steps we took to launch the extension ‘eZ Multitasking One’ on the eZ Market. In this blog post I will describe why we chose to develop our extension as much as a self-contained product, relying on the eZ Publish kernel. But first, did you perhaps join the webinar of the eZ Publish Enterprise 4.7 ‘Etna’ release yesterday? Then you should have seen a glimpse of our extension in the presentation, being described as ‘revolutionary’ for eZ Publish, or as the news-page of eZ describes it: ‘The possibility of editing and working on multiple articles or content items at any given time revolutionizes the way eZ Publish Enterprise clients can operate freeing up operators to concentrate on the quality of content creation which is their core business.’ Yes, that made me proud, and also gave me extra energy to write this blog post today.

05/11/2012 09:08 am   share.ez.no/blogs   Mirror   Link   @2876

On June 6th in Berlin, André, from our engineering and R&D team will team-up with Tobias from Qafoo Gmbh to tell the story of eZ Publish 5, from its conception to its realization.

05/02/2012 10:00 am   share.ez.no/blogs   Mirror   Link   @2907

In this blog post I will explain how to implement a REST-based web service with a custom XML scheme can in eZ Publish. The setup is somewhat experimental: the REST functionality has only recently been introduced in eZ Publish, and still changes frequently. Moreover, the documentation available at this point is very limited or outdated already. Any feedback on this blog post is more than welcome!

04/22/2012 09:08 am   share.ez.no/blogs   Mirror   Link   @26501