Introduction to TYPO3 by Rüdiger ...

Introduction to TYPO3 by Rüdiger Marwein


  • Why name TYPO3?
    • Because the author deleted the project unintentionally TWICE, so it called TYPO3 .
    • Developed by PHP.
  • TYPO3 Association
    • Enables developers to contribute
    • Ensures stable release cycle
    • Provides certification program
    • Organizes community events
      • TYPO3 conference
      • T3BOARD
      • Developer Day
  • Open Source Community
    • Strongest participation concentrated in Germany, Switzerland, Austria
    • Global approach
      • software available in 50+ languages
  • Content Management System (CMS) of TYPO3
    • To separate content from layout
    • 6000+ extensions in the repo
  • Skill-levels for TYPO3 CMS
    • Integrator
      • Setup, configuration management
    • Extension Developer
      • Create extensions by using the framework
    • Editor
      • Create and edit content
  • TypoScript
    • Users Can change configuration without write any PHP code.
  • Enterprise CMS
    • Unlimited users & groups
    • Multiple clients in one system
    • Multiple domains manageable
    • Flexible configuration, even for core features.(by TypoScript)
    • Extensibility
    • Inexpensive upgrade & migration
      • use symbolic link
    • Release schedule
    • Security-team & -workflow for core + extensions
      • If you find a security hole, you can email the Security team, the team will deal with it.
      • A big issue will be solved in 24 hours as soon as possible and release an update.
  • Core Features
    • Enable / Disable pages or content
    • Time based hide / show
    • Global & local content
      • Referencing content
    • Many content element types
      • Text / image combinations
      • Menus & link lists
      • Multi-column content
    • Media management
    • Versioning
    • HMAC-based security
    • Extension concept
    • Drag & Drop
    • Access / feature restrictions
    • Protected areas via frontend login
    • High-traffic - intensive caching
      • File system, Database, memory, NoSQL
    • Output fully configurable
      • Website, PDF, Image, XML Interface, ...
      • Single source publishing
    • DB-record relations
      • 1:1, 1:n, n:m
    • Valid HTML5 output
  • Features via extensions
    • Press / News releases
    • Newsletter
    • Search engine optimization
    • Image galleries
    • Readable URLs
    • Address database
    • Forum
    • Frontend user registration
    • Mail forms
    • FAQ
    • Online-Shop
    • Google Maps
    • Search
    • Web Analytics
    • Developer support
      • Extension Builder
        • You can use UML diagram to generate Extensions
      • Protocols
      • Libraries
      • PHP unit integration
  • Current Work
    • Code cleanup with version 4.7 (4.2012)
      • Many extensions known to not work without rework.
    • Rebased for version 6.0 (11.2012)
      • Partly breaks backward compatibility
    • Why?
      • For code refactoring
      • Removed tons of legacy code
      • Cleanup outdated file structure, class and function naming
      • PSR-0 conformity
      • Replace prototype with jQuery
      • Use new "Extbase" framework in backend as well
      • Final goal: merge in Flow framework -> product interoperability
      • Backend layout / usability enhancements

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