Last week at Enonic - 2018, week 19

Last Week

Last week we hosted not one but two days of Content Studio-training (called Content 101). It covers the basics, like creating and editing content and images, and more advance things like designing pages, templates, version history, and also loads of tips and tricks and keyboard shortcuts. Be sure to check it out if you work with XP as an editor, marketer, or need to know more about its capabilities.

This week one from our training team is in London to do Developer 101, 201 and 301 training for a team of developers. The 301-training is just in its early days, and if we get some more interest around it we might add it as a permanent addition to our set of courses. The draft of it covers how to build Admin Tools, working with Repo and Node APIs, using the Content API, creating webapps using main.js, and more.

Last week we also had a lot of our developers in London for the Devoxx conference, to get some inspiration and learn new things. Our Alan also held a presentation called “WTF is PWA” talking about the basic concepts of PWA (which is one of the hottest topics around these days).

Are you the JavaScript-webdeveloper we’re looking for? Or, perhaps you know someone looking for a new challenge? Contact me for details! Applications are currently pooring in, but there’s always time for the right candidate.

Stay in touch here in our forums and on our open Slack channels.

Enonic Releases

No new releases last week.

6.15 is being worked on full speed. Take a look at our PAB reports and previous Last Week reports for details. If you’re a developer you can take our bleeding edge nightly builds for a test spin, at your own risk of course. Using a config-file you can activate CKEditor instead of the TinyMCE editor for HtmlArea input types.

Keep reporting bugs here in the forum and on our Github page for XP.

Enonic Market

Enonic Market had these updates last week:

  • AD FS ID Provider 1.0.0 - Authenticate your users using your Active Directory Federation Services.

Further reading

Here’s some interesting articles that surfaced last week, related to Web Development in general.

Send me a private message if you happen to stumble over something interesting this week.


The following events are planned so far:

16th of May: Webinar - 2018: The year of Progressive Web Apps.


We provide professional training for developers, editors, and marketers. These training events are coming up, but more are available! Need custom training, or training on other dates, or other locations? Contact us!

Don’t forget to certify yourself as an XP developer!

See you next week!

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