- Forum 9
The web that developers of today's established Open Source CMSes reacted to and built their software for, has virtually nothing to do with the web of today. There was no social media, no SEO management needed, no mobile web, no responsive layouts, no cross-channel considerations, no tablets and not the demand for integrating complex web applications. Six years ago, the TYPO3 community started sallying out to an uncertain journey, creating an application framework and a new content management system which would fit the requirements of the next decade. This session gives you an impression of this CMS, called TYPO3 Neos. After taking a tour through its features from a user's perspective, we'll take a good look at its underlying templating engine, the content repository and the plugin system based on TYPO3 Flow.