In Fluid templates only values, assigned by the extbase controller, are available. There are cases, in which these values are not sufficient and other data is needed. The “missing” data can be provided through data processors.
The fourth layer of the TYPO3 performance onion is about TYPO3 extensions. Extensions are the major part of TYPO3, when is comes to extend to core functionality. Saying this means, that they have a major impact on the performance of a TYPO3 driven website.
On every website, some kind of search functionality is considered as a basic feature. The larger and more complex a website is, the more important is the possibility to search on a website. With an easy to handle extension, it is possible to connect TYPO3 to the search server Apache Solr. Read more about the advantages and how to run your first search … (more…)
The first two layers of the TYPO3 performance onion where about quite common topics valid for every website: (browser) caching and frontend optimization. The next skin level is about TYPO3 rendering and what TYPO3 integrators can do for the performance of the website.
After eight months, about 1200 commits later and many many hard coding hours the first sprint release TYPO3 version 9 was released on December 12th 2017. Six weeks later the next sprint release 9.1 was published on January, 30th. Both contain 56 deprecations, 71 new features, 76 breaking and 21 important changes. I will try to shed some light on these changes in this post.