Posts tagged extbase

TYPO3 Plugins as Content Elements

E.g. to add a simplified and project-specific News Extension Content element for backend editors.

You might think “I know what plugins, within TYPO3, are”. Maybe that’s true, maybe you will still learn something new.

This blog post will first explain what TYPO3 plugins are. But it will also explain how to define site specific plugins for existing installed 3rd party extensions, and why this might be useful.

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TYPO3 (Extbase) Injection

TYPO3 provides a way of dependency injection. This way you do not need to resolve dependencies inside of your code, but the framework will resolve and provide the dependencies for you. This is provided by the framework Extbase, back ported of Flow.

The main benefit is the flexibility. Using Interfaces to define dependencies, instead of concrete classes, it’s possible to exchange injected dependencies just by configuring the framework. This way you can exchange classes in 3rd party code and receive a huge flexibility. Same goes for testing your code. In this Post I will show you the different ways to make use of dependency injection inside of TYPO3 and provide help for edge cases.

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Inject TypoScript Settings

Sometimes you need settings like TypoScript in a class which is not your controller. Inside a controller, the Extbase framework already injects the settings for you, so you are able to access them under $this->settings.

In all other classes it’s easy to let Extbase inject the settings for you. Just include the following code, and make sure you instantiate the class via \TYPO3\CMS\Extbase\Object\ObjectManager instead of \TYPO3\CMS\Core\Utility\GeneralUtility::makeInstance().

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Merge storagePids in TypoScript setup from multiple Extensions

You often have to merge some storage pids inside your static TypoScript setup of an extension.

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