This package is abandoned and no longer maintained. The author suggests using the t3/dce package instead.

Best flexform based content elements since 2012. With TCA mapping feature, simple backend view and much more features which makes it super easy to create own content element types.

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Type:typo3-cms-extension

2.6.0 2020-07-14 10:48 UTC

README

What is DCE?

DCE is an extension for TYPO3 CMS, which creates easily and fast dynamic content elements. Based on Extbase, Fluid and over 8 years of experience.

Screenshots

DCE General Configuration

Inline Templating in DCE

Installation

You can install DCE in TYPO3 CMS using the TER or use composer to fetch DCE from packagist:

composer req t3/dce:"^2.5"

Documentation

The full documentation can be found here: https://docs.typo3.org/p/t3/dce/master/en-us/

How to contribute?

Just fork this repository and create a pull request to the master branch. Please also describe why you've submitted your patch. If you have any questions feel free to contact me.

In case you can't provide code but want to support DCE anyway, here is my PayPal donation link.

Thanks to all contributors and sponsors!

DDEV Environment

DCE ships a DDEV configuration, which allows you to test DCE in any TYPO3 version:

  • 8.7
  • 9.5
  • 10.4

It uses Apache2 with php-fpm (7.2) enabled.

Requirements

  • Docker
  • Docker Compose
  • DDEV

Setup

  1. Start the DDEV containers using
     ddev start
    
  2. Next execute one of the following commands
     ddev install-v8
     ddev install-v9
     ddev install-v10
     ddev install-all
    

    Note: You can also skip the initial `ddev start` and enter one of the install commands first

  3. On https://dce.ddev.site/ you get a brief overview of the environments

When you `ddev stop` your containers, all files will be remain in Docker volume. To clean up use:

docker volume rm dce-v8-data
docker volume rm dce-v9-data
docker volume rm dce-v10-data

Scripts

Besides the installation scripts, DCE also provides host commands in DDEV, to render and preview the documentation.

Render documentation:

ddev docs

Preview rendered documentation:

ddev launch-docs

It only opens the browser with the right location. Please render the documentation first.