Tag: CMS

Content management systems (CMS) are used for displaying a website. The kicker of a CMS? Code and content are kept in different places. The code of any CMS is usually managed in a source code management system like Gerrit or GitHub - that’s where it “lives”. Content on the other hand “lives” in the CMS. This means that anyone can make changes with amazing speed and flexibility.

Introducing a Theme-Based Roadmap for TYPO3

The theme-based roadmap for TYPO3 presents a cohesive vision of what the whole product can be and gives our community clarity of purpose. No longer focusing on the ‘what’ and ‘when,’ we can look to the 'why' for context and priorities.

Seasons Greetings from TYPO3 GmbH - a 2020 Recap

Despite the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, the TYPO3 Project was able to accomplish a number of great things during this year, including several online events and other important milestones. Find out more in our 2020 recap. Happy holidays from TYPO3!

TYPO3 on AWS Elastic Beanstalk

Among the wide range of options for professional TYPO3 hosting in the cloud is AWS Elastic Beanstalk; an easy-to-use service for deploying and scaling web applications. Learn more about this solution and how to deploy TYPO3 instances in this article.

September 2020: Developer Appreciation Day (DAD)

Welcome back for another analysis of contributions to TYPO3 CMS over the last month: It’s Developer Appreciation Day (DAD)! We’re really grateful for having so many hardworking and engaged developers among us - thanks a lot! Find an overview of September’s contribution in our recent blog post.