[TYPO3-50-general] New templating system?
"Duch (aka. Grégory Duchesnes)"
typo3 at ilomedia.net
Wed Mar 24 14:58:08 CET 2010
Le 24 mars 2010 à 14:12, Simon Browning a écrit :
> Hi Sebastian.
> This is good to hear.
> Will it also include the ability to format the page module? One of the things that we have found makes TYPO3 easier to use for editors - particlarly those new to TYPO3 - is to make the page view in back end representative of the structure of the website (as can be seen in this video at about the 2 min mark: http://bit.ly/9eCSzP).
This can be completely independent of the mapping wizard.
The wizard is used to generate a Fluid template that binds contents to areas in the HTML, whereas the back-end page module allows to edit contents in the website whatever there are mapped afterwards.
Therefore, even if TV deals with both aspects at the same time, it is absolutely valid to have 2 separated wizards, and the Grid view coming with 4.4 is a perfect candidate for me (see http://youtu.be/SsxfNd4TYbk)
Of course, you can also use front-end editing, it doesn't matter.
> On 24/03/2010 3:54 AM, Sebastian Kurfürst wrote:
>> Hey everybody,
>> sorry that I haven't hooked in before, I read all the mails, but didn't
>> have time to respond.
>> Right now, Fluid (in v4) is only for Templating of Extensions. In v5,
>> however, Fluid will be the basis for the page templates as well.
>> We plan to create some kind of wizard, somehow analogous to the mapping
>> wizard in TV right now. With this wizard, one will transform his
>> HTML-Template into a Fluid-Template; so effectively, the wizard will
>> only add Fluid-Tags to the template. Additionally, we imagine right now
>> that it will record the changes it has made, so they can be re-applied
>> to a changed version of the HTML template.
>> Thus, I think we have multiple benefits:
>> - People who love fluid can just change the created templates by hand,
>> and add more fluid syntax if needed
>> - it is explicit what happens, as one can always look at the fluid
>> template to understand exactly what is being rendered
>> - we'll have a nice graphical wizard
>> - one can re-apply the changes to a fresh HTML template; thus, the
>> classical HTML Designer -> Implementor workflow will still work.
>> Though, all of the above is not implemented yet ;-)
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