Month: January 2016

15 Local Development Setups for TYPO3

Fourteen setups and systems that help you to develop websites with TYPO3. Local development can really boost your efficiency and effectiveness! Most of the solutions are (at least) partially cross platform. Most of them work also with any other php / mysql project, like wordpress, drupal or joomla. On the first sight, it might be not clear why you should develop locally. I will show you three reasons. There are probably more. If you like to mention one or more additional reasons, you are welcome to add a note in the comments. 😉 3 Reasons, why you should develop locally...

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Sphinx – Easy Rendering of reST documentation

Since some years now the standard format for TYPO3 documentation is “Restructured Text“ (reST). As there are more formatting options as in „markdown“ (md), it is a little bit harder to write documentation and to control the outcome. This situation gets much better, if you know and use the sphinx extension. The sphinx extension renders documents written in reST in well formed HTML code, a pdf or even json. If you want to know exactly, why you want to use EXT:sphinx … jump to the usage section. If you are already convinced, read on. So how do you get...

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TYPO3 Event Calendar – New Service

The TYPO3 community is getting more and more active and the events and meet ups are becoming more. So it gets quite hard to keep the overview over all gatherings that happen. So I decided to add a calendar to this blog. TYPO3 Event Listings The next fifteen events you will find an any page in the right column or at the bottom of the page (if you are viewing the site with a mobile phone). A list of all events known by me are listed on the calendar page. There you can filter the list by categories. For now...

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