ezsystems/ezstudio

eZ Platform Enterprise Edition distribution

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What is Ibexa Experience?

Ibexa Experience is commercial Digital Experience Platform (DXP) software developed by Ibexa.

Ibexa Experience derives from Ibexa Platform. It is composed of a set of bundles. Ibexa Experience, like Ibexa Platform, is built on top of the Symfony framework (Full Stack). It has been in development since 2014.

How to get access to Ibexa Experience?

While this meta repository, ezplatform-ee, is public to ease installation and upgrades, full access can be obtained in one of three ways:

Further information:

Ibexa Platform is 100% open source and is the foundation for the commercial Ibexa Digital Experience Platform software which adds advanced features for editorial teams, 100% built on top of Ibexa Platform APIs.

Installation

Installation instructions below are for installing a clean installation of Ibexa Experience in latest version with no demo content or demo website. Full installation documentation is in the online docs.

Prerequisites

These instructions assume you have already installed:

  • PHP (7.3 or higher)
  • Web Server (Recommended: Apache / Nginx. Use of PHP's built-in development server is also possible)
  • Database server (MySQL 5.5+ or MariaDB 10.0+)
  • Composer
  • Git (for development)

For further information on requirements see online doc.

Install Ibexa Platform (clean enterprise distribution)

Assuming you have prerequisites sorted out, you can get the install up and running with the following commands in your terminal:

composer create-project --keep-vcs ezsystems/ezplatform-ee ezplatform ^3
cd ezplatform

Note: If composer is installed locally instead of globally, the first command will start with php composer.phar.

You must add your database connection credentials (hostname, login, password) to the environment file.
To do this, in the main project directory, the .env file, change the parameters that are prefixed with DATABASE_ as necessary. Store the database credentials in your .env.local file. Do not commit the file to the Version Control System.

Use the following command to install Ibexa Experience (insert base data into the database):

composer ezplatform-install

Tip: For a more complete and better performing setup using Apache or Nginx, see how to install Ibexa Experience manually.

Issue tracker

Submitting bugs, improvements and stories is possible on https://jira.ez.no/browse/EZEE. If you discover a security issue, please see how to responsibly report such issues on https://www.ibexa.co/software-information/security.

Backwards compatibility

Ibexa Experience aims to be fully content compatible with eZ Publish 5.x, meaning that the content in these versions of the CMS can be upgraded using online documentation to Ibexa Experience.

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 1999-2020 Ibexa AS. All rights reserved.

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