The all new TYPO3 version 9.5 is available! It feels as if it ships with a ton of new and exciting features. Among other things, the Form Framework was extended: it now enables you to work with conditional variants. I created an extension which contains some simple examples.
This part of my blog covers personal open source projects, events I have attended, as well as some technical details of this website.
I am a TYPO3 integrator and frontend developer. Consequently, these are the main topics of this website. I have created several TYPO3 extensions that are meant to make your life easier or serve as a demo for special functionalities. You can find them on GitHub, some of them also in the TYPO3 Extension Repository. Here, I write about updates.
However, the centerpiece of my website is the tutorial section. They cover new features in TYPO3, but also general topics. Some of them have become a series, for example about the TYPO3 Form Framework or the Routing Feature in TYPO3 v9 and newer. Everything is available in both english and german language (except for my Dokuwiki with code snippets, sorry).
After four TYPO3camps I attended my first TYPO3 Dev Days.
Changes: In the TYPO3 backend (WEB>LIST), the records are now sorted in alphabetical order, as already done in the frontend ...
This new TYPO3 extension contains several example forms, e.g. an upload form using the SaveToDatabase finisher, as well as a custom email template with personalized salutation.
In addition to the basetemplate, there also is a starter kit for the new form framework
This plugin provides two buttons for soft hyphens to break long words or strings across lines. One does add a hyphen, the other does not.
This release is compatible with TYPO3 v7 LTS and TYPO3 v8 LTS and comes with several new features.
Today the TYPO3 Association (TCA) launched a new form of membership. For just 7.92 EUR annually, every individual person can join the T3A. I, too, took this opportunity and have now become a recent TYPO3 Community Member.
The new version is now available through the PHP package manager Composer, too. You can download it from the TER as well as Packagist.org.
A Sass based menu which uses the Checkbox Hack to build a responsive, mobile-friendly multi-level navigation.
ajaxselectlist is the first of my extensions that gets released to the TYPO3 Extension Repository. It is available on GitHub, too.