The DevDays bring together Magnolia developers from all over Europe to share use cases and inspiring ideas with each other, and to learn about what’s new from Magnolia’s product team.
Be part of this community of front-end, back-end, full-stack, and integration developers who build continuously evolving digital experiences with Magnolia.
Join general sessions on the main stage or dedicated sessions in our front-end and back-end tracks.
Hear from influential brands such as TESCO, Union Investment, British Car Auctions (BCA), Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG), Holland & Barrett and Thomas Cook.
Magnolia customers and partners present how they’ve developed innovative features and experiences on Magnolia.
Our product team shares the latest and greatest product updates and roadmap items to look forward to.
Small group conversations take place with our speakers of the day and on roundtables discussing relevant topics.
We live in a world where speed matters more than ever. Learn from our Head of Product what our team has been working on to help you deliver engaging digital experiences lighting fast.
Learn how Tesco used Magnolia Light Development to help drive changes to App modules and how it decouples from back end changes.
Insights to BCA, their digital transformation and architectural ambition. Sharing the technical journey of hosting Magnolia in Azure – the experience, the lessons learned, the challenges, their views on best in class and future plans.
Master content delivery with GraphQL and learn a few handy tricks to build engaging apps.
Use Magnolia’s integration framework to connect to any external system for a fantastic authoring and customer experience.
Learn how to speed up your headless development using one design system, one workflow, and fully-customizable web components.
Benefits of using Magnolia headless CMS with a static site generator.
Using micro frontend with Magnolia
How to manage global content translations used for localized markets and further sending updates. It is very important for the global content team to send the updated content to the localized markets and in that process, they do not want to overwrite the localized (changed) content for markets. Managing this content synchronization is very important. This also lays the foundation for understanding content reusability.
Google's Page Experience update aims to bring forward websites with a superior user experience, for the benefit of end-users. If your website isn't performing on these metrics expect to take a back seat in SEO rankings this summer. In this talk, Simon Gibbs will explain how MOO used Magnolia Asset APIs to manage image size, loading times and visual stability to keep them in the lead.
As part of a long-running implementation, content can start to clutter the environments. The way the Sainsburys’ implementation works means that series of templates are used to create schedulable content for each of the content apps and workspaces. To overcome this problem we designed a way for users to archive content manually as well as jobs that will do that periodically.
Hosted by Christopher Zimmerman, Product Manager, Magnolia
Stay with us for a surprising (and fun) activity! Don't miss the chance to win cool prizes and measure your knowledge about Magnolia within our community.
Front-end developers or Magnolia template developers will learn how to build a simple React or Angular site as a Magnolia template and create multiple REST endpoints to serve content from Magnolia.
Patrick has 10 years of experience in B2B Sales & Marketing. Since 2012, he worked mainly with iOS/Android apps, starting at Vivino, and then other startups & agencies in the eCommerce industry. As Patrick was both on the product & agency side, he has a good understanding of what it takes to build amazing products, but also he manages the development of them.
After seeing great developments on the Web and gaps in the market for great eCommerce frontend frameworks, he started Vue Storefront with Filip Rakowski in 2017.
Chris has been creating concepts for Magnolia components, templates and apps since 2014 and version 4.5. He thrives at the intersection between business requirements and technical implementation.
Since 2019, he has journeyed into the world of Magnolia development.
Currently, he oversees the migration and overhaul of Union Investments web presences.
His passion is creating great experiences for editors and users based on a state-of-the-art content platform.
Sid had played various roles in his career as a Developer, Technical Lead, Manager and leader at diverse organizations globally. At Tesco he is part of the Online group and he heads the Engineering for Digital Content Platform, Clubcard Boost and also International Grocery Home Shopping API’s. In the past, he played different roles as Program Manager, Lead Program Manager, Head of Engineering and Technology and lead notable projects in Grocery Ecommerce at Tesco.
"Message to budding Engineers - Keep it simple AND beauty in creation."