[TYPO3-50-general] New GUI for the TYPO3 5.x branch
Jan-Hendrik Heuing [DD]
jh at digitaldistrict.de
Tue May 29 15:33:50 CEST 2007
I am doing flex work as well, it's a surprise that it's on that page. I
would not expect it a plain flex builder thing, but rather cairngorm based
or something. But I see a problem here:
- Flex using webservices is a very save way, and working anywhere with just
a php base. That works out of the box. Lot's of things need to be considered
within the flex application to manage different views for different users,
so I would not expect it less complicate than a good php/html based
framework. But: Not interesting, as the real strength in my eyes is missing,
- Flex data services including it's data management features and messaging
services. This is live communication between frontend and backend. This is a
very cool feature. Problem 1: It's free if it's running with max 1 CPU and
max 1 Application on the server. The commercial license is not affordable
for 99.9% of the clients. 2: It's java based, much more difficult to
install. But it has some features like server side rendering of that
application and such. It would always be double work to include
edit-features via FDS while typo3 is php based.
(But... If editor1 changes headline, editor2 would see it straight away
- It would be too much work to develop a webservice based version beside an
FDS based version.
So, what do we learn from it? Use Java für 5.0 ;)
Beside that: This is my main concern when asking for generic webservice
support in 5.0 :-) I'd partly go for FDS/Flex in a parallel track!
"JoH asenau" <info at cybercraft.de> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:mailman.1.1180437550.26330.typo3-project-5_0-general at lists.netfielders.de...
>I recently setup a wiki page to open the discussion about the new GUI for
> the TYPO3 5.x branch. Since 5.x seems to become a real framework there a
> lots of possibilities. Even stepping away from HTML forms and AJAX would
> So first I want you to just tell others your personal favourites that you
> think will fit the needs of a perfect GUI best. Just open your mind and
> throw away everything you know about the current TYPO3 interface.
> So don't hesitate any longer ...
> Wenn man keine Ahnung hat: Einfach mal Fresse halten!
> (If you have no clues: simply shut your gob sometimes!)
> Dieter Nuhr, German comedian
> openBC/Xing: http://www.cybercraft.de
> T3 cookbook: http://www.typo3experts.com
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