A TYPO3 CMS Certified Developer has to have experience collected through projects, should know the architecture, design patterns, best practices, and a fair share of internals both TYPO3 CMS and the extension framework. TYPO3 CMS Certified Developer can implement an extension completely in a state-of-the-art way. They write clean code by following the TYPO3 Coding Guidelines (CGL), and they are well versed in a wide range of topics, from the initial setup of an extension up to the point of publishing it in the TYPO3 Extension Repository (TER).
The "TYPO3 CMS Certified Editor" (TCCE) manages pages and content with various page and content element types provided by integrators. The "TYPO3 CMS Certified Editor" creates new pages, restructures the page tree, sets up content properly in the context of TYPO3 and manages the localization of the created pages and content.
This SkillPath is based on TYPO3 version 8 LTS and was created over the course of an Erasmus+ project.
The "TYPO3 CMS Certified Integrator" develops the template for a website, configures all the necessary extensions and creates the access rights for backend users. The "TYPO3 CMS Certified Integrator" does not install TYPO3 on the web server and does not program extensions. The "TYPO3 CMS Certified Integrator" knows how to configure the pre-installed TYPO3 using the installer.
Covers the Skills which are necessary to operate with Fluid as a standalone template engine. This skill path covers the basics of the template syntax, file system structure, and basic concepts of Fluid such as layouts and partials. Completing this skill path certifies that you are able to use the Fluid template engine on its own, separate from any specific framework.
PREVIEW PHASE: Please mind, that this SkillPath is in preview. We want to present it at this time to give people an opportunity to see what SkillDisplay is and how the platform works, however we are currently still working on adding information resources to the single skills, as well as translating them.