Exciting keynotes, demos and talks are the very heart of the Plone Conference. SYSLAB.COM will also talk at the Conference in Boston and present our latest software developments and projects.
This year talks and demos centered around the digital experience age are of particular interest. One key topic of the conference will be to explore the evolution of Plone and the Python Web ecosystem that it is a part of. A variety of Python technologies will thereby be covered in addition to Plone.
Quaive – The Plone Intranet (Guido Stevens)
Guido Stevens will among other do a demo on the latest developments within Quaive – the Plone Intranet. He also talks about filter bubbles, riffing between knowledge management theory, agile methodologies, the cold war and more.
Plone.patternslib (Wolfgang Thomas)
Wolfgang Thomas from SYSLAB.COM will give a talk about how to add richer enteraction to a website with plone.patternslib. The talk will focus on how to use various Patterns in a stock Plone 5 site, based on real-world examples, such as:
- automatically submitting a form on user input
- using selection fields with auto-suggestion
- showing / hiding parts of a form depending on previous input
- updating only parts of your page with injection
Parallel to that, we’ll take a look at the Patternslib documentation for the Patterns we use, so that we can see what options are available to us. And as an outlook for inspiration, we’ll check some advanced combinations of Patterns used in Quaive (aka Plone Intranet).
Plones future (Eric Steele)
Plone´s esteemed release manager Eric Steele will be talking about the current Plone developments like Rest API and the new approach to tiled layouts, enabling easy support to digital experiences.
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