Some data need something a bit different of a user interface in the backend, or are user submitted or encoded in some way. This live coding session will show you how you can write your own TCA renderTypes to add more information or different input types in your backend forms. Your editors will love you for it.
How often does a Developer get to the point where the site is too slow, and the fault is often custom build extensions with expensive operations going on. Utilising the TYPO3 Caching framework seems to be an underrated and often most overlooked part in extension development. This live coding session is intended for beginner to intermediate extension developers who want to learn the patterns on how to use the caching framework in an extension and how mitigate bottlenecks with good practices, as well as having strategies to get rid of the cache dynamically when it needs to be updated.