T3B002: Fluid Powered TYPO3

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Fluid Development Framework by Claus Due (@NamelessCoder) shows how to powerfully use Fluid for Page and Content Element templating and provides useful tools for everyone’s daily work with Fluid. Check out fedext.net to dig deeper.

Howto: Autocompletion for fluid in PhpStorm by Anja Leichsenring.

This is -as you probably hear- the first English episode. For the next few episodes I plan to alternate between German and English so there will be a German one in about two weeks.

4 thoughts on “T3B002: Fluid Powered TYPO3

  1. Anja Leichsenring

    Find ich gut, sehr interessante Punkte angesprochen. Ich werde mich definitiv auch noch intensiver mit der ‘dunklen Seite’ (Zitat Claus) befassen.
    Danke euch beiden.

  2. Martin

    View ist das was ich auch schon mehrfach gesucht habe. Definitiv etwas das ich hoffentlich bald auch im Core sehe 🙂


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