Video Archive – June 2011

  • Robert demonstrates Aspect Oriented Programming in TYPO3-Flow

  • Until now there were two ways of creating custom content elements. One was creating FCEs with TemplaVoila and the other was by creating a traditonal extension using PHP. However, there is now a third method for creating custom content elements. By accessing the API provided by the WEC content elements extension a site builder can create addtional custom content elements with the following advantages: 1) No PHP knowlege is requred (only TypoScript and Flexform), 2) Can be used in any TYPO3 installation regardless of templating method, 3) No mapping of templates required, 4) Easily portable between installations as extensions, 5) Faster development than other methods

  • Phoenix is the codename of what will eventually become TYPO3 version 5, Neos. This version is being written from scratch to take advantage of many new programming methodologies. It has taken the development team some time to produce visible results since a tremendous amount of new infrastructure and core functionality had to be produced before working on the CMS features. But since last year, TYPO3-Neos provides a graphical user interface which makes it possible to actually use the current development version as a CMS. Though the breadth of its feature set is not yet close to that of its older brother (TYPO3 4), the foundation is laid and ready to build an advanced CMS that will be the leader in features and modern software architecture. It is a true contender for all the kinds of projects that you can imagine for a CMS and web application framework. In this session you'll see what can be done with TYPO3-Neos today and what we have planned for the rest of this year.

  • Mark Infield kicks off the closing of the conference by thanking the sponsors. Ron Hall stars as a baseball player. Ben van't Ende gives some info on the Association and community. Sebastian speaks about TYPO3 certification. Ron Halls thanks the feet on the ground in SF that took care of the conference. Patrick Gaumond announces that the TYPO312 North American conference will be in Quebec, CA.

  • Robert on a number of final topics, including speed, performance, caching, routing (nice URLs) etc.

  • Karsten on Signal-Slot Event Handling

  • Robert introduces Aspect Oriented Programming and what it does for TYPO3-Flow

  • Robert demonstrates command line support in TYPO3-Flow, setting up security policies, avoiding cross site scripting.

  • Karsten explains about validation with TYPO3-Flow. Also topics like migration and Doctrine.

  • Karsten introduces templating with Fluid, then creates a fluid based template view for the model. Goes into detail on an existing blog application based on TYPO3-Flow