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Zwei Wochen bevor das #eccj15  startet, dürfen wir noch einen Special Guest aus der +TYPO3 Community begrüßen! +Robert Lemke wird spannendes über +TYPO3 Neos in Verbindung mit #ecommerce  im Gepäck haben. Wir freuen uns riesig und sind gespannt!

We’re happy to welcome Robert Lemke from the +TYPO3 Community as a special guest on the #eccj15 . He is bringing some interesting stuff about +TYPO3 Neos‬ + #ecommerce  to the camp. We’re excited! :)
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It's getting high time to start collecting case studies for Flow projects (and Neos of course). I postponed that several times, because I wanted it "to do it right", but I think we better start with "medium-right" right now and rather do a second round later. So:

Did you / your compony implement a nice TYPO3 Flow based project? Anything you can talk about? If so, please get in touch with me and mention:

- the kind of project / what you did with Flow
- if possible, the customer you worked for
- if I am allowed to mention your project publicly
- if you're up for creating a nice case study which we can publish on the Flow website

So, spread the word, re-post-tweet so others know about it. I'm very curious!
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We'd created our bitloft box, a dropbox alternative, with TYPO3 Flow. See description at www.bitloftbox.de

The next we'd developed is an application made with TYPO3 Flow for logistic companies, which need the GS1 Standard to created standardized labels. I can send you some anonymized screens if necessary.

Our current project is a platform for generating/creating new business contacts. Description is available at our customers website www.matchbird.com 
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Since Google+ Pages are currently the only realistic way for me to post new articles via the API, I'm considering moving my activities to a new Google+ Page. After all, I want  #TYPO3Neos to announce new blog posts, articles and play much more with Google's API.

If you like to keep in touch and read my future posts, feel invited to follow me on my Google+ Page: http://plus.robertlemke.com
TYPO3 Neos and TYPO3 Flow project founder. Coach, coder and consultant. Espresso lover. Husband and father.
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A new perspective. More than 11 years after becoming a freelancer I am now taking a new turn, pushing Neos and Flow: this month I'll start working for TechDivision. Read all about it in my lengthy blog post …
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On September 6h – that's right before the TYPO3 Camp Munich – I'll be giving my first full day workshop about Neos in Munich.
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I know that many of you share my wish for some nicely integrated cloud storage and publication support for Flow. I've been working on this feature more intensively during the last few weeks and created a demo video for your viewing pleasure ...
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Awesome!
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The second beta version of TYPO3 Neos 1.2 is here!
http://neos.typo3.org/download.html
This page has instructions to install Neos with composer, which downloads Neos itself. If you don't want to use composer, then download an archive instead. After having installed either way, continue to set up Neos as explained further down. Note: If you want to learn more about which versions ...
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It's getting high time to start collecting case studies for Flow projects (and Neos of course). I postponed that several times, because I wanted it "to do it right", but I think we better start with "medium-right" right now and rather do a second round later. So:

Did you / your compony implement a nice TYPO3 Flow based project? Anything you can talk about? If so, please get in touch with me and mention:

- the kind of project / what you did with Flow
- if possible, the customer you worked for
- if I am allowed to mention your project publicly
- if you're up for creating a nice case study which we can publish on the Flow website

So, spread the word, re-post-tweet so others know about it. I'm very curious!
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i will ask my customers ... i have atleast 3 interesting projects.
PS: the model viewer is getting better and better :D
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It's getting high time to start collecting case studies for Flow projects (and Neos of course). I postponed that several times, because I wanted it "to do it right", but I think we better start with "medium-right" right now and rather do a second round later. So:

Did you / your compony implement a nice TYPO3 Flow based project? Anything you can talk about? If so, please get in touch with me and mention:

- the kind of project / what you did with Flow
- if possible, the customer you worked for
- if I am allowed to mention your project publicly
- if you're up for creating a nice case study which we can publish on the Flow website

So, spread the word, re-post-tweet so others know about it. I'm very curious!
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Hi Robert, this is a good initiative. We have many Flow and Neos case studies to share. Where to send this info? on your e-mail?
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Updated the TYPO3 Neos UI draft for customizing preview. This scenario is a setup of an editor focused on persona-based differentiation of the web experience.

The idea is that the preview shortcuts on the top can change flexibly - either as entirely different templates (different websites fx) or as preview properties that the editor tweaks herself. When editor starts changing preview properties, he or she gets the possibility of saving the configuration as a new preview preset/shortcut. Simple :-) 

Please give feedback – just remember that there could be anything going on in the inspector. Whatever the implementer wants the editor to be able to preview and configure, basically. That's the general idea. 
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On September 6h – that's right before the TYPO3 Camp Munich – I'll be giving my first full day workshop about Neos in Munich.
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I know that many of you share my wish for some nicely integrated cloud storage and publication support for Flow. I've been working on this feature more intensively during the last few weeks and created a demo video for your viewing pleasure ...
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