StripeCon EU 2018—Let’s get technical!
As our representative from SilverStripe HQ in New Zealand, Robbie Averill gave us a rundown of all the technologies, ideas, and implementations at StripeCon EU 2018.
Tag: open source
Breached passwords not only pose a threat to personal information but can give attackers the keys to your site. But how do you know if a password has been breached? SilverStripe Developer and security buff Simon Erkelens has answers in November’s Module of the Month, Have I Been Pwned?read
Building on their previous post introducing Continuous Integrations with GitLab, in this guest post from E2 Digital, Hayden Shaw tells us how they’re automating deployments to SilverStripe Platform.read
There’s a lot of excellent discussion about continuous integration and how useful it is in modern web development. In this post, E2 Digital’s Tim Oliver explains how to get started with GitLab CI.read
Introducing an exciting and little known SilverStripe module, JSONText, which stores and manipulates JSON data programmatically and optionally via the UI using the silverstripe/cms module.read
September's Module of the Month is SilverWare, a component framework for SilverStripe 4 which allows you to build entire page templates and layouts from components that are configurable, extensible, and reusable.read
Focus Point is SilverStripe’s Module of the Month. It provides a solution for automatic image cropping, enabling content editors to easily set and crop imagery from a focus point, instead of the centre point of the image.
The rise of the Headless CMS is now becoming realised for the SilverStripe community, with early adoption projects beginning to surface. In this talk from StripeCon NZ 2017, Aaron Carlino (Uncle Cheese) discusses and demos Headless SilverStripe by building a modern, API-driven application in SilverStripe 4.read
Great news everyone! The SilverStripe forum is back, so sign up today and join in the conversation!read
Continuous Integration involves regularly integrating code into a shared repository to ensure that new changes will not break the code. This post covers all you need to know about how SilverStripe uses Continuous Integration.read
In this post Steve Boyd demonstrates how to convert a SilverStripe 3.x codebase to the PSR-2 coding standard and create a git pre-commit hook to ensure that all future commits adhere to PSR-2.read
We're busy prepping modules to be compatible with SilverStripe 4. Nicole Williams and Robbie Averill deliver a fun presentation from StripeCon NZ to show what sort of modular taste sensations you can expect with the SilverStripe 4 release.read
'Where we've come from, where we are and where we're going,' Sam Minnée looks at SilverStripe's journey and how we start fast and stay fast.read
Making a new style guide for each project can be a real chore, especially if you just want to dive in and get started. In this 'Module of the Month', Simon looks at how we can make this task much simpler.read
Ryan McLaren, an avid supporter of the recent upgrade to SilverStripe 4 and guest author of this post, discusses the reasons why upgrading to SS4 may be a great step for you or your company.read
There are different types of developers each with their own habits and processes. In this blog, Danae Miller-Clendon, a web developer from Toast, classifies the types of developers and their methodologies to documentation. Read more to find out which classification you fit into.read