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Recap of the TYPO3 DevDays 2022 in Karlsruhe #T3DD22
After a break of almost 3 years, we went to the TYPO3 DevDays 2022 in Karlsruhe at the beginning of August. Luisa, Christian and Sebastian share their experiences!
EXT:oauth2 available for TYPO3 v11 and PHP 8
We have released version 3.0.2 of our extension "oauth2".
Shopware Community Day 2022 – a hybrid class reunion
Ingo Schmitt shares his impressions of the Shopware Community Day, which took place again at the Tobit Campus in Ahaus.
Message from main engineering: Our tech stack - what do we use and what do we rely on?
In the third post of our blog series about the relaunch of our corporate site, we would like to give you a look behind the scenes.
Hello Dark Mode, my old friend: our new frontend
A first overview of innovations in the frontend: prototyping, color schemes, usability efforts and attention to details.
Marketing Factory goes TYPO3 Version 11
Our new website is online! The kickoff of a blog series on new features and improvements on multiple levels.
Google Universal Analytics is being discontinued - what now?
Google Universal Analytics data will no longer be available from summer 2023 • What users should do now • Presentation of possible alternatives
Help me, TYPO3 Upgrade Wizard! How to properly migrate Gridelements records.
Different solutions to migrate existing content element records.
Improving TYPO3 Container elements
We'll show you how to assign new backend fields purposefully and how to extend container elements for our needs.
Planning is half the migration: What to consider when replacing Gridelements
You can work with the Gridelements extension in very different ways. Therefore, you first need an overview of the elements present in the project, as well as their configuration. But also a clear plan for the migration of existing data sets is helpful.