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Extbase in real life - a case study

Christian Jul Jensen
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Christian is a core developer, Steering Committee Member and co-founder of the TYPO3 Association. He did his first TYPO3 project in 2000 (Based on Typo version 3.1) and has been an active part of the community since.

Christian lives in Copenhagen, Denmark and is Technical Director and Partner of MOC Systems (http://mocsystems.com), a technical web agency specialized in TYPO3 development.

TYPO3 version 4.3 introduced Extbase, TYPO3's new extension development framework. A backport of the MVC and persistence functionality from FLOW3
At MOC Systems we've been avid supporters of the FLOW3 ideas and approach to code architecture, and as soon as 4.3 was starting to look ready we started to base our new development on Extbase and Fluid.
Working with a brand new framework that has not been extensively tried out before has a lot of challenges.
In this talk we'll take a look at the problems we've encountered taking Extbase one step further than the blog example and show the solutions (and workarounds) that we came up with.
We'll have a look at using extbase domain models in the context of TCEforms, dispatching and executing code from ajax calls and CLI-scripts, handling multilanguage domain objects and much more, as well as taking a look at performance on live websites.
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