[TYPO3-english] Info on Fluid

Christian Platt christian.platt at pharmaline.de
Tue Apr 30 05:32:14 CEST 2013

Hi Christian,

it would be great to have a example for exactly that.

"Hot to throw away the marker stuff and replace it with a fluid standalone view" or was i blind not to find it. :-)

"How to moigrate a pi based extension to fluid(extbase)" would be also great not to forget the standards in fluid.

best regards

Am 29.04.2013 um 18:15 schrieb Christian Kuhn:

> Hey.
> On 04/29/2013 04:39 PM, Pero Peric wrote:
>> Hi. I've been away from TYPO3 for some time and now I see Fluid,
> Fluid is the greatest gift that was given to the community in the last years. The approach is solid and works out very well. Start using it and you'll see the fun, stable and clean view it provides.
> Codewise, fluid is easy to learn, learning by example could be a good choice, eg. the core provides several fluid based extensions, there are quite some tutorials on the net, and after you got the basic idea, the reference sheet by typovision is helpful for a while until you are used to everything. After that, problems are solved with a quick look at the examples in the header of the view helpers.
> A good start is always a 'fluidification' of some own pibase extension by throwing away the substitute marker stuff, solving it with a fluid standalone view instead. This way you don't need to interfere with extbase at the same time. Comparing the results before and after easily shows its beauty.
> Regards
> Christian
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