pt_extlist - one tool to list everything

Author Daniel Lienert
Track TYPO3 Enterprise CMS
Session type Talk (45 minutes)
Long Abstract Almost every web site that delivers dynamic content has one or more listings of all kinds of stuff, e.g. news articles on news pages or procucts within an online shop. Many hours of web development are kind of wasted with programming stuff like pagers, sorting and filters over and over again.

pt_extlist tries to fulfill these requirement in a generic approach. Lists of any database records you keep within your TYPO3 instance or even on external databases can be set up easily using TypoScript and hence be generated by Integrators without writing a single line of PHP code. Once configured, a list can be put on any page using content elements. Fluid templating makes it easy to adapt the look and feel of all elements.

In this talk you will learn how to set up prototypes for web applications much faster than your competitors and speed up development by re-using existing tools. Creating lists will never be the same once you started using this extension!
SlideShare URL http://www.slideshare.net/daniellienert/the-one-thing-to-list-everything
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Speaker(s)

Michael Knoll

Michael Knoll

Studied computer science at the University of Karlsruhe where he is about to finish his diploma thesis. Working with TYPO3 for 8 years - the past 3 years for punkt.de in Karlsruhe as PHP developer and software architect. He has a weakness for experimenting with new technologies and building reusable code and tools. Developed YAG photo gallery extension with Daniel Lienert and is leader of development of pt_extlist and pt_extbase together with Daniel. In his spare time, he is an active climber, cyclist and photographer and runs a blog about all this issues which you can find on http://mimi.kaktusteam.de

Daniel Lienert

Daniel Lienert

Working as a developer and scrum master for Punkt.de in Karlsruhe with experience in TYPO3 extension development since the Year 2005.

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