The SitePoint PHP blog has a new tutorial posted by editor Bruno Skvorc showing you how to set up an online multi-language magazine with the help of the Sulu CMS. This article is a follow up to their previous "Getting Started" tutorial helping you get Sulu up and running.
We previously demonstrated the proper way to get started with Sulu CMS by setting up a Hello World installation on a Vagrant machine. Simple stuff, but can be tricky.
[...] This time we’ll look into basic Sulu terminology, explain how content is formed, created, stored, and cached, and look into building a simple online magazine with different locales (languages).
The tutorial then covers pages and page templates including what the Twig markup looks like, how to work with them in the UI and the end result of their sample "Hello world" page. There's a brief section about caching before he moves into the main part of the tutorial: the creation of the magazine. He covers the use of Jackalope, ElasticSearch and the ArticleBundle and how to get them up, running and playing nicely together. The article wraps up with a look at locales and how they work in the Sulu setup.