As usual, at the start of the month, we’re taking a glance at last month’s contributions to the TYPO3 Project: It’s Developer Appreciation Day again! A massive high five goes to all those contributing continuously to the flawless functioning of TYPO3 CMS. Find the latest numbers in this blog post.
The end of the Erasmus+ project is near and we wanted to look retrospectively at the development of the SkillDisplay platform, educational TYPO3 resources that have been made available during the project, and past events.
We'd like to introduce our newest reinforcement at TYPO3 GmbH: Markus Kamp joined the team as a Project Manager to help us push TYPO3 forward. We are happy to welcome him! Find out more about him in this interview.
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. Find the recent contributions to the TYPO3 project in this article.
Due to the current pandemic, all physical TYPO3 events had to be canceled. Now the development team of TYPO3 GmbH decided to pause the monthly Review Fridays until further notice, which also includes the remote version of the event.
At the same time, as the release for the TYPO3 10 LTS was prepared, another launch was about to happen. The Government of Rwanda has recently unveiled its new web portal, the online window through which the African country shares information with its citizens and with the world. The Gov.RW portal is powered by TYPO3 CMS.
Still sticking to an older version of TYPO3? Today, TYPO3 6.2.51, 7.6.45, and 8.7.35 ELTS have been released. Staying on top of maintenance updates should be a top priority - Gain peace of mind by opting for one of TYPO3 GmbH’s Extended Support offers!
Comparing the TYPO3 content editing experience to other CMSs, so much “just works” out of the box, with just a few contributed extensions. Learn more in the second part of this introductory guide!
This is the first part of an introductory guide to the content editing experience in TYPO3 CMS. In this broad overview, you'll get a glimpse of what you can do as a TYPO3 editor both out of the box and with a handful of popular extensions.
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.