The Technical Specification (TS) is the definition of the final result and the goal of your project. The development of the TS is a document that will be formalized and used accordingly by the project owner and project participants.
TYPO3 tools allow you to create any type of site. The introduction of multifunctional solutions ensures the performance of the project at high loads. Visualization of a variety of page templates, online image processing (cropping), sliders, multilingual, scaling and adaptation for mobile devices.
Extensions are designed in a way so that extensions can supplement the core seamlessly. This means that a TYPO3 system will appear as "a whole" while actually being composed of the core application and a set of extensions providing various features. Existing extensions tuning, modification, modernization due to TYPO3 updates and architecture requirements. Support of developed extensions, technical support and maintenance, set up from repository and tuning.
Distributions are full TYPO3 CMS websites ready to be unpacked. They provide an easy quick start for using TYPO3 CMS. A distribution is a special kind of extension enriched with some further data that is loaded or executed upon installing that extension.
Migrate sites of any type to TYPO3. Site migration without loss of design and without loss of content. Getting additional standard options. Combining several sites into one configuration. Updating sites on TYPO3 CMS from old versions to the latest. Content visualization.
Service and update TYPO3 CMS. Advice on site management. Updates used extensions. Server support. Security update and required patches. SEO optimization. Assistance in solving problems important for the customer. SSL certificates of any type. Data protection and security. Optimization of functions, introduction of new features, search and correction of errors.
Virtual Server (VS) - a type of Internet hosting service that allows individuals and organizations to make their website accessible via the World Wide Web (www). Dedicated server (DS) - a type of hosting, in which the client is entirely provided with a separate physical machine (server). The domain name should help people find you on the Internet. Do not worry! We will help you to declare yourself on the Internet.
Today, I’m proud to announce the faces behind future Core development:
Component mergers are allowed to merge proposed changes which only touch a specific area:
Extbase & Plugin API, Alexander Schnitzler
Alexander is heading Extbase development, and you’ve seen significant work in the past year already in this area. More changes are underway, making Extbase faster and easier to understand for developers.
Logging API, Arno Schoon
Arno is leading the Logging API area, where he has lot of experience already in past projects at his company. Taking v9’s efforts and bringing Logging to the next level with easier configuration and better integration to TYPO3’s Backend.
CLI Integration, Benjamin Franzke
Benjamin has made a huge effort to bring PSR-15 integration into TYPO3 v9 and is already heading for further improvements to work on CLI components together with Helmut Hummel and myself.
Fluid + Performance/Caching, Claus Due
No other than Claus Due is taking over the job of maintaining his masterpiece Fluid as a separate component and plugging into TYPO3. He’s also responsible for further performance improvements.
Workflows and Workspaces UX, Daniel Sattler
Daniel has been a silent contributor to TYPO3 core since version 6.0, where he is attributed for taking the first steps away from prototype.js towards a unified loading experience with RequireJS. As his work is mainly focused on client-side development with a strong UX focus, he’s now responsible for making the UX of Workspaces better.
RTE + Content Editing, Josef Glatz
Josef has been highly interested once CKEditor4 was integrated into TYPO3 v8 to improve documentation and ease editor experience in this area. Next to upgrading to CKEditor 5, he’ll also provide easier ways to customize and to integrate the RTE experience into TYPO3.
Persistence, Manuel Selbach
Manuel has shown some great efforts in making TYPO3 cross-DB compatible for implementing edge-case scenario in non-MySQL environments for TYPO3 v8 and v9. He’s now responsible for improving everything related to persisting data within TYPO3 — Extbase, DataHandler and future APIs.
Form Framework, Ralf Zimmermann
Ralf is the author of the form extension, which allows Fluid-based forms and an easy to use point-and-click editor which was integrated in TYPO3 v8. He’s continuing to develop this component with further additions.
Issue Reporting, Riccardo De Contardi
If you’ve ever opened a ticket for TYPO3 Core, you’ve probably stumbled over Riccardo’s name. He’s the one trying to reproduce all various scenarios to nail down the actual reason why something is not working as expected in TYPO3 Core. Rather than actual merging, his specialty is focused on keeping our issue tracker clean.
SEO, Richard Haeser
Richard as the original author of the integrated SEO extension, included in TYPO3 v9, will focus on areas to improve this extension and keep TYPO3 up-to-date to the latest development in this regard.
Framework mergers will be reviewing and merging your proposed changes to the core, if they fit our coding standards and common API development. Let us introduce you to:
- Andreas Fernandez
- Anja Leichsenring
- Benjamin Franzke
- Daniel Goerz
- Frank Nägler
- Georg Ringer
- Richard Haeser
- Tobi Kretschmann
Read more about the new structure on our new core development page.
The TYPO3 Product Team, consisting of Susanne Moog, Oliver Hader and Tymoteusz Motylewski, and myself are super excited to work together with these great people to build a better experience for all TYPO3 users in the coming versions.
Happy coding, reviewing and merging!
TYPO3 Project Lead