With its dynamic, expanded scripting language, Typo3 is a blue-chip enterprise-class CMS.
Typo3 was launched back in 1998 with a focus on multi-language and localisation functions.
It is built with AJAX-based backend and intelligent API framework for developing extensions and custom features. It has a rich-text editor which allows you to create content in a full-featured, customisable interface.
Who uses Typo3?
Its diverse users range from multinational corporations, universities, small businesses to non-profit groups. It’s also often used for large news portals.
- Open Source
- Safety First
- HTML5 + Mobile Ready
- Responsive Image Rendering
- Mobile Device Preview
- Multisite Management
- File Abstraction Layer 2.0
- Workflow, Versioning, Workspaces
- Extensive functions for editors
- High scalability with API-based framework
- Unlimited expandability with its “App Store”
- Comprehensive granular access rights
- Distribution Management
- Professional, Community and Commercial Support
- Flexible designs
- Extensive documentation
- Intuitive AJAX drag & drop
- Easy templating
- Automatic caching
- Frontend and Built-in image editing
- Integrated search
A closer look at Typo3
Last December 2017, Typo3 has launched version 9.0.0 which pave the way for more advanced system features.
You can do a test run of the software on the demo page.
Websites using Typo3
Approximately 618,000 active sites are using TYPO3, and more than 800 of these are located in Australia. (source: BuiltWith.com)
Here are some Typo3-based websites:
- Philips (dictation.philips.com)
- Konica Minolta (konicaminolta.de)
- Airbus (airbus.com)
- Mercedes-Benz (bb-infoportal.mercedes-benz.com)
- Hitachi Medical Systems (hitachi-medical-systems.de)
(source: TYPO3 Websites)
(Accurate at time of writing).
Getting started with Typo3
Typo3 can be easily installed on Hosting Cloud via the One Click Application Installer.
Or, you can click the Download button at the upper right corner of the Home page. A how-to guide is provided for you to follow through.
Initial release: 1998
Dev/s: TYPO3 Association
License: GNU General Public License