Content translation endpoint for plone.restapi

Nov 06, 2017

plone.restapi ships with content translations support endpoint since version 1.0a22. In this post I will explain the history behind this and the decisions taken to implement it.


Summary of Plone Conference 2017

Oct 23, 2017

It is hard to summarize an event like this year Plone Conference. The number of talks, events and trainings, and the quality of them make it hard to explain everything, but I will try to give an overview.


collective.documentviewer with redis backed celery tasks on Plone 4 and 5

Apr 06, 2017

collective.documentviewer integrates the Document cloud document viewer into Plone to provide a nice preview of files, including search, first-page-screenshots and many other features. In this post we will explain how to setup collective.documentviewer to use celery based tasks to convert the documents.


zest.releaser and some add-ons

Dec 15, 2014

For some time we have been using a script found in some plone svn repository (currently unreachable) to do proper egg releases, bump the egg version and upload them to pypi or our custom repository. But now we are moving to use zest.releaser for both public and private eggs. We have written two add-ons for it to ease our move from our previous hand-made-scripts.


Presenting Buildout at PySS 14

Sep 27, 2014

Buildout is a tool we use in all of the development and deployments of our applications, and we have given a talk about it at PySS 14.


Finally found a way to deploy a Plone site statically

Aug 26, 2013

Until now converting Plone into a bunch of HTML, CSS and JS files was a work to be done with wget or curl. You can now use stxnext.staticdeployment product, a handy product to convert your Plone site into static files. And even works with Dexterity. The "Plone Big Green Button" as described by Martin Aspeli, is a reality.


Sprinting on Plone at the Wine and Beer Sprint in Munich

Jan 26, 2013

From January 24 to 27, I've come to Munich (Germany) to participate in the Plone Wine and Beer Sprint, organized simultaneously in Cape Town (South Africa) and Munich.


Ready for Ploneconf 2012 in Arnhem

Oct 01, 2012

CodeSyntax will be at this year's Plone Conference. It's the 6th annual meeting that we attend, after the Ploneconf's in Napoli, Washington, Budapest, Bristol and last year's at San Francisco. The 2012 Ploneconf will be held at Arnhem, the Netherlands.