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Tobias Schlitt's Blog:
Webdav authentication, authorization and locking
January 08, 2009 @ 08:44:16

In a new post Tobias Schlitt looks at a part of the recently released eZ Components version 2008.2 that includes, among other things, Webdav support.

My tasks for 2008.2 were dedicated to the Webdav component. This package allows you to easily integrate WebDAV access features into your applications. With the earlier 2007.2 release, this component was born. By then, it supported just rudimentary WebDAV features (compliance class 1) and we focused on its architecture to make it as flexible as possible.

He explains how a commonly requested feature - locking - was implemented in the component. You can find out more about the feature/component in this article from Tobias on the eZ Components website.

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Derick Rethans' Blog:
eZ Components 2007.2
December 18, 2007 @ 13:47:00

According to this new post from Derick Rethans, the eZ Components group has release the latest edition of their component set - version 2007.2.

Today we released the next version of eZ Components. In this release, there are two new components.

These two new components are:

  • Tree - enables you to create, manipulate and query tree structures (with multiple compatible backends for gathering the data from)
  • Webdav - allows for the quick and easy setup of a WebDAV-enabled server.

You can find out more about these components and many more included in the component library at the project's website (as well as this latest download).

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Jim Wynia's Blog:
WebDAV, PHP and You
December 14, 2007 @ 11:13:00

Jim Wynia has posted some thoughts about a recent announcement of the development of a WebDAV library for PHP to his blog today:

However, over the past few years, WebDAV has started gaining traction as the underlying protocol for Subversion repositories over the web and in several other places. That makes this story about a new PHP library for working with WebDAV interesting.

He notes that he's moved a lot of his file storage to Amazon's s3 service and having this new PHP library would make it even easier for him to get at his content directly from his applications.

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Evert Pot's Blog:
PHP WebDAV Integration Library
December 13, 2007 @ 11:17:00

Evert Pot has posted about a library he's creating to integrate WebDAV support with PHP and make things simpler for those needing to access the shares.

I intend to make this library as easy as possible to use, without making it a black-box-like system. Focus will not be on everything WebDAV could possibly provide, but instead on the features that are actually supported by the operating systems.

His goal is to make it as simple as making a 'File' and 'Directory' class to interface with the remote system and has two things he's deliberating on as far as features to include in the library - support for the custom properties WebDAV allows and the ability to lock files and directories.

If you'd like to check out the current progress of the library, check out its page on the Google Code site (as well as this discussion group he's set up).

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Derick Rethans' Blog:
eZ Components 2007.2alpha1
November 15, 2007 @ 10:21:00

Derick Rethans has pointed out the release of the latest alpha version of the eZ Components framework - 2007.2alpha1.

We've just released the first alpha version of the new eZ Components release, for which the full version is due to be released somewhere next month. There are two new components, but also many improvements to existing components. The new components are: Tree and Webdav.

The Tree component makes working with tree-based structures (via two tieins for the component - TreeDatabaseTiein & TreePersistentObjectTiein) and the Webdav component allows for the quick and easy addition of WevDAV functionality to your application.

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Tobias Schlitt's Blog:
At IPC2k7 WebDAV will come over you...
October 19, 2007 @ 10:37:00

Tobias Schlitt has posted about a new component for the eZ components (PHP based) system he develops for - a WebDAV module.

Starting by the end of August we spent almost whole September full-time on designing and implementing this component. The goal was to design a flexible WebDAV server component, which can be used to edit whatever data source on an HTTP server through the WebDAV extension of the protocol, with the full lot of concerns in mind.

Included in the post is an image showing the architecture of the component and a mention that, if you're attending this year's International PHP Conference (2007), you'll be able to see it in action.

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Derick Rethans' Blog:
More goodies in the eZ Components
September 18, 2007 @ 19:44:00

As mentioned by Derick Rethans on his blog today, there's some new versions of several (five) of the components in the next version of the eZ Components framework:

In the just released alpha versions you can find new features, such as better support for OpenID, a Database backend for OpenID authentication, a validating method for e-mail addresses, SMTP authentication support for DIGEST-MD5, CRAM-MD5, NTLM and LOGIN and encoding support for e-mail headers.

He also mentions other goodies like tree structure handling and functionality to support WebDav connections. Check out their roadmap to get a better idea of what's to come.

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DevArticles:
Deploying your Site with phpEclipse
March 10, 2006 @ 07:13:10

With an excerpt from the Packt Publishing book "PHPEclipse: A User Guide" (Shu-Wai Chow), DevArticles has posted this first of a two part series looking at the use of phpEclipse to help with the deployment of your site.

Eclipse simplifies the process of deploying your site to a web server. You can even use Ant, traditionally thought of as a Java tool, to help you in the deployment.

Once again, Eclipse simplifies our work by including several tools that aid us in this process.

The key to deployment in Eclipse is the export function. Eclipse gives us many options in exporting our site. First, we will look at FTP, an old and common method of moving files.

They cover how to set up an FTP site inside the editor, making it a simple process to upload any chnages you've made instantly. They also discuss other methods like SFTP, WebDAV, and Ant support the client can adapt itself to. There are screenshots along the way to help you through each step, including some from other operating systems where the setup might be a bit different.

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