Adap%ve,	
  Context-­‐aware	
  Content	
  
Management	
  part	
  2:	
  	
  
Content	
  varia%ons	
  at	
  the	
  object	
 ...
•	
  One	
  general	
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“Is	
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Fever	
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•	
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  slight	
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...
Approach
3
•	
  Manage	
  this	
  at	
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  Content	
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  directly	
  in	
  the	
  content	
  
directory	
  
•	
...
Joe,	
  the	
  Editor,	
  will	
  
first	
  locate	
  in	
  the	
  
editorial	
  interface	
  
the	
  ar%cle	
  he	
  wants...
Joe	
  will	
  first	
  be	
  
asked	
  to	
  define	
  the	
  
context	
  where	
  this	
  
varia%on	
  should	
  be	
  
us...
Joe	
  will	
  pick:	
  
•	
  Users	
  in	
  the	
  USA	
  
or	
  
•American	
  Users	
  
(located	
  anywhere…	
  but	
  ...
Joe	
  will	
  then	
  go	
  to	
  
the	
  next	
  step:	
  edi%ng	
  
the	
  content.	
  
!
Rolling	
  over	
  the	
  
co...
He	
  will	
  first	
  change	
  
the	
  copy	
  field.
Then	
  the	
  name,	
  
which	
  is	
  used	
  as	
  a	
  
Title	
  in	
  this	
  case.	
  
(he	
  probably	
  should	
  ...
Then	
  the	
  image,
just	
  because	
  Tim	
  
Howard	
  generated	
  a	
  
bit	
  of	
  buzz	
  during	
  
this	
  World	
  Cup	
  in	
  the	...
Now	
  Joe	
  is	
  done,	
  his	
  
edi%ng	
  screen	
  shows	
  
clearly	
  which	
  fields	
  
have	
  been	
  
overridd...
When	
  published,	
  the	
  
ar%cle	
  is	
  online	
  (for	
  
the	
  visitors	
  matching	
  
the	
  context…)	
  and	
...
Roland	
  BenedeX	
  
Product	
  @	
  eZ	
  
!
Feedback:	
  
roland.benedeX@ez.no	
  
@rolandbenedeX	
  
Thanks	
  for	
  ...
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Adaptive, context aware content management in eZ Platform - part 2

  1. 1. Adap%ve,  Context-­‐aware  Content   Management  part  2:     Content  varia%ons  at  the  object  and  field   level.   ! ! !                OR                            ?   Where  Content  Means  Business   !!
  2. 2. •  One  general  ar*cle   “Is  the  Football   Fever  S*ll  On?”   •  One  slight  varia*on   to  be  served  to  US   visitors,  “Did  the   Soccer  Wave  Hit   You?”,    to  beAer   engage  them.   Use  case:  slightly  adapt  content  stories  to  different  audiences 2
  3. 3. Approach 3 •  Manage  this  at  the  Content  level,  directly  in  the  content   directory   •  Crea*ng  a  content  varia*on  that  allow  to  “override”  (or   “specialize”)  specific  fields  of  content,  without  changing  the   others  (nor  duplica*ng  them)   •  Binding  this  to  the  declara*on  of  the  context   •  Somehow  making  the  eZ  content  repository  even  more   “object  oriented”  (to  quote  @ilukac  :-­‐)  )  
  4. 4. Joe,  the  Editor,  will   first  locate  in  the   editorial  interface   the  ar%cle  he  wants   to  change.   ! Here,  in  the  right   toolbar,  he  will  click   to  create  a  new   varia)on.
  5. 5. Joe  will  first  be   asked  to  define  the   context  where  this   varia%on  should  be   used,  combining   different  condi%ons   (geoloca%on,  user   profile,  device,   %ming…)
  6. 6. Joe  will  pick:   •  Users  in  the  USA   or   •American  Users   (located  anywhere…  but   recognized  as  americans   from  their  profile)   ! And  will  start  with  a   progressive  A/B   deployment  on  60%  of   the  requests.
  7. 7. Joe  will  then  go  to   the  next  step:  edi%ng   the  content.   ! Rolling  over  the   content  edi%on   screen,  on  each  field,   clicking  will  enable   him  to  create  a   varia%on  for  the  field.
  8. 8. He  will  first  change   the  copy  field.
  9. 9. Then  the  name,   which  is  used  as  a   Title  in  this  case.   (he  probably  should   have  start  with  this   one…  )
  10. 10. Then  the  image,
  11. 11. just  because  Tim   Howard  generated  a   bit  of  buzz  during   this  World  Cup  in  the   US…
  12. 12. Now  Joe  is  done,  his   edi%ng  screen  shows   clearly  which  fields   have  been   overridden  or  not,   ready  to  publish.
  13. 13. When  published,  the   ar%cle  is  online  (for   the  visitors  matching   the  context…)  and   can  be  easily   accessed  from  the   editorial  interface,   on  the  right  toolbar,   in  the  varia%ons   sec%on.
  14. 14. Roland  BenedeX   Product  @  eZ   ! Feedback:   roland.benedeX@ez.no   @rolandbenedeX   Thanks  for  reading,  any  feedback? 14
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