Being the expert speaker at TYPO3 Developer Days T3DD and TYPO3 Conference T3CONF18, I covered two most crucial and trending topic on “TYPO3 Upgrade/Update”.
Your website is truly outstanding and most financially savvy approach to advertise your business. Hence, it is vital that you update your site to keep it pertinent, quick, and safe so that your visitors can avail maximum benefit from it and ultimately it is your benefit ;)
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TYPO3 v8 is one of the most important LTS version releases in the TYPO3 history. You may call it the Next Generation CMS (Content Management System). It gives TYPO3 the long awaited major boost in functionality and features.
TYPO3 is more widely used in Europe than in other regions. Its flexibility, features, scalability and maturity, it is a popular choice for building and managing of different types and scale. TYPO3 classifies itself as an enterprise level content management system as it can be used for building and managing small websites for individuals to multilingual enterprise solutions for large corporations and companies.
Your website is your domain and keeping it functioning as well as it can be of the essence. Having a well-managed Enterprise Content Management System that provides the basis for websites, intranets, and mobile applications can work wonders for your business and its offerings! Keeping your TYPO3 Website well-maintained provides the basis for Scalable Web Application Framework along with a user-friendly interactions with a large, active global community and unlimited extendability!
In our next TYPO3 Usergroup Meeting at iTUG (India TYPO3 User Group) we will present a demo about how to use the TYPO3 composer repository. TYPO3 is able to run in composer mode. It’s fast, it's good for deployment and has a web folder. This post explains what it takes to get your composer up and running.