CMS Report - Keyword: TYPO3

  • Introducing TYPO3 Neos 1.2

    Introducing TYPO3 Neos 1.2

    Somewhere along the way, I admittedly lost sight of TYPO3. It's not that I ever thought TYPO3 wasn't a good content management system but it never seemed like there was ever a lot of exciting things to write about TYPO3. When a CMS has a history that dates all the way back to the late 1990', well it's difficult to shake it off as as anything but a legacy application. So in my slumber I failed to notice that there was a new CMS on the radar, TYPO3 Neos.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: December 15, 2014

  • End of Life for TYPO3 CMS 4.7 and 6.1, Eyes toward TYPO3 CMS 7

    End of Life for TYPO3 CMS 4.7 and 6.1, Eyes toward TYPO3 CMS 7

    TYPO3 has announced the discontinuation of TYPO3 CMS 4.7 and TYPO3 CMS 6.1. Both versions reached their end of life in in October 2014. Their latest versions are 4.7.20 and 6.1.12 which were released two weeks ago mark the last ones in these branches.

    TYPO3 is encouraging its users to upgrade to the latest LTS version TYPO3 CMS 6.2, which they believe serves as the best basis for existing and new sites running with TYPO3 CMS. Only recently has TYPO3 updated their release cycle process which also gives us a glimpse of what to expect with TYPO3 CMS 7 and beyond.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: November 08, 2014

  • CMS Expo: TYPO3 Overview

    CMS Expo: TYPO3 Overview

    TYPO3 is a mature, enterprise-level, open-source content management system that has been actively developed for ten years. There are currently over 500,000 installations of TYPO3 worldwide. TYPO3 has over 4000 freely available extensions, has been translated into over 30 languages, and is actively being developed in a community of over 100,000 users. The TYPO3 package has been downloaded more than 1.2 million times from Sourceforge and is used by enterprise-level organizations worldwide.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: May 02, 2011

  • TYPO3 goes for long term support with TYPO3 Version 4.5 LTS

    TYPO3 goes for long term support with TYPO3 Version 4.5 LTS

    I received an email from someone that wanted me to talk about TYPO3 Version 4.5 LTS. The suffix “LTS” stands for “Long Term Support”. For the first time a TYPO3 version will be maintained by the TYPO3 Core Team significantly longer than the usual release cycle would suggest. In 2010 TYPO3 has switched to a fixed 6-month release cycle which means up to now support for a version was only provided for 18 months (only three of the latest three versions actively maintained). The LTS versions will be supported for at least 3 years thus offering a good option for users that don’t need or don’t want to update every 6 months.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: February 02, 2011

  • TYPO3 Version 4.4: Easier than ever before

    TYPO3 Version 4.4: Easier than ever before

    The TYPO3 Community released the newest version of their Open Source project TYPO3. TYPO3 has been downloaded over 4.6 million times – making it one of the world’s leading Enterprise Open Source projects.

    The latest TYPO3 version 4.4 makes TYPO3 easier than ever – especially for newbies. A TYPO3 website is now up and running in 5 minutes after it has been downloaded and with the included template it is up and running.
    By infield
    Posted: June 23, 2010

  • Security issues in third party TYPO3 extensions

    Security issues in third party TYPO3 extensions

    It's not too often that you see notices from the TYPO3 group on security issues related to their CMS framework. That's why their notice last week about various security issues with several third party TYPO3 extensions caught my attention.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: June 24, 2009

  • Rich Extensions using the TYPO3 API

    TYPO3 Extension Development is a new book from Packt that teaches users all about extension categories and the file structure for extensions. Written by TYPO3 core developer Dmitry Dulepov, this book will walk users through the complete extension development process from planning and generating an extension through development to writing documentation. TYPO3 is a free and open source content management system written in PHP. It is large, feature-rich and very flexible - a lot of this…

    By saalim-shaikh
    Posted: October 16, 2008

  • TYPO3 Version 4.2 Released

    TYPO3 Version 4.2 Released

    What is very interesting about this version of TYPO3 is that it is one of the first CMS that have dropped full support for PHP 4 in a stable release.  TYPO3 and a number of other Web projects took the "goPHP5" pledge earlier this year and we watched it happen.  To run TYPO3 you will want need to make sure you have PHP 5.2 or greater on your Web server. 

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: April 23, 2008

  • Mastering TYPO3 TypoScript

    Kshipra Singh from Packt Publishing sent me an e-mail the other day asking us to publish another one of their sample chapters here at CMS Report.   If you recall, we posted an article on one of the sample chapters from a book on Alfresco.  The book this time around is Mastering TypoScript: TYPO3 Website, Template, and Extension Development.  Long name for a title so why don't we dig a little deeper and find out what this book is really about. TypoScript is a declarative…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: March 27, 2007

  • TYPO3 4.1

    Anoop Atre wrote the following in our comments section about Typo3 that deserves some attention on the Front Page. Just wanted make a note that the TYPO3 Association has released Version 4.1. Focus on Usability and Performance Improvements, in addition the new release contains dozens of smaller features, system enhancements, and bug fixes. This version focuses clearly on usability in every aspect of the system as the one goal that has been set by the Development Team for all 4.x releases.…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: March 23, 2007

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