Adopting PSRs makes it easier for new developers to adapt to TYPO3. Better interoperability is both at the interface level and the user level. Learn more in this article where we spoke with Benni Mack.
The SkillDisplay platform and extension will be updated to TYPO3v10. Additionally, the extension becomes open source with the end of the Erasmus+ project. Partnerships to support the development are available and a developer network for flexible solutions will be established.
Now that May is in the starting blocks, let’s recap on the achievements of the last month. As we look back, we find a great deal of contributions to the TYPO3 Project. Learn more details in our Developer Appreciation Day post!
It's finally here: Say hello to TYPO3 v10.4, also called TYPO3 v10 LTS, indicating that this is a long-term supported version. Find out all details about the newest features of this historic release.
Each month, we take the opportunity to celebrate contributors in our Developer Appreciation Day post. Please take a moment to share gratitude for their continued passion, commitment, and time they give to making TYPO3 CMS awesome.
As always, a new month starts off with Developer Appreciation Day (DAD): Here’s to all the devoted TYPO3 developers who contributed to the TYPO3 project during April - Thanks a lot, everyone! Find the contributor’s names and some truly impressive numbers in our recent article.
SkillDisplay supports the TYPO3 Direct Mentorship Program with their platform. TYPO3 experts can track their mentee’s skills and can choose from a list covering editor (TCCE), integrator (TCCI), and developer (TCCD) skills.
Welcome back to Developer Appreciation Day (DAD)! We’re very happy to present another analysis of contributions to TYPO3 CMS over the last month to you. No doubt about it, you developers rock - thanks a lot to all of you! Check our current list for names and some truly impressive numbers.
As 2020 begins, let’s take a moment to look back on last month’s achievements and - as usual - find a great deal of contributions to the TYPO3 project. Developer Appreciation Day (DAD) is our chance to give thanks to all the hardworking people who strive to make our open source CMS top-notch.
When considering to upgrade your TYPO3 installation, one of the bigger parts you need to take care of is the upgrade of all installed extensions. Some of them might be your own, others are public extensions.
On this Developer Appreciation Day (DAD), we’d like to appreciate all the hard working developers once more who continuously contribute to the TYPO3 Project: Thank you ever so much, folks! Find November's most important names and some really impressive numbers in our recent post.