We're super excited to offer an insightful and technical array of talks for both developers and managers this year with a focus on example based tutorials using basic to advanced features.
9:00 - Welcome to Presidecon 2019 with Alex Skinner & Steve Dowle
9:15 - What's new in Preside 10.11 with Dominic Watson
Another year has passed and another slew of exciting and powerful changes to the Preside platform have come to pass. Dominic takes us on a deep dive into the changes released in 10.11.
10:00 - Preside in the wild with Alex Skinner
Preside has been used by Pixl8 not only to deliver a large number of websites, but also a growing number of applications. In this talk, Alex will walk you through a number of example projects, showing you how preside is used alongside other extensions and technology to go way beyond thinking of it only as a CMS
10:45 - Break
11:00 - Data API with Seb Duggan
Seb shows how, with just a few lines of code, you can expose your Preside data layer to the world via a REST API authentication, documentation and data queues out of the box; and what you can then do to customise and add extra functionality.
12:00 - Developing admin applications with Dominic Watson
The Preside platform is an incredibly powerful data management application platform. Dominic takes us on a detailed tour of how the system can be used to rapidly develop custom admin applications such as intranets, hr systems, and more.
13:00 - Lunch
14:00 - Preside on Kubernetes with Florindo Lopez
Deploying your application to the cloud can be a challenge. Preside applications are ready made to be packaged up as containerised applications, and in this talk we will show you how to prepare your Preside application for Kubernetes and then deploy it, using an automated CI script.
15:00 - Break
15:15 - Content personalisation with Niall O'Doherty
How to use the powerful Rules Engine feature in Preside for targeting personalised content to your visitors based on any information we have about them such as their IP or location. Also, find out how to extend the rules engine by developing your own custom expressions.
16:15 - Building an extension / contributing with Jan Jannek
During this session, Jan will run through the process of how to create a Preside extension and use it within an existing website or app. He will also examine how you can publish the extension to let others use it, before moving onto how anyone can actively contribute to Preside core development, in particular how you locally build, develop and test the Preside platform and create a pull request for your changes to get them into the core.
Tickets are 49 euros and include hands-on sessions, talks, drinks, snacks and a full lunch. Get them from the CFCamp website here: https://www.cfcamp.org/pre-conference/presidecon.html