In this post I will give a short demonstration on how to extend existing classes within Extbase. For example to extend another extension's or plugin's functionality. With piBase extensions we could do so by using the XCLASS construction, this post will demonstrate how we do this in Extbase.
By default, the Solr documentation says you are not able to use both. In some cases though, it would be useful if this was possible. Achieving the actual result isn't even that hard. This example shows you how to still make these two options work together in a facet.
I've purchased this little gadget about a month ago, I'm planning to use it to clean out some of my old harddrives and perhaps use it in the future to upgrade my iMac to an SSD. In this post I'd like to share my experience with this little gadget.
This short snippet will demonstrate how you can upload a file onto a WebDav server using cURL and PHP.
Unfortunately, adding Fluid objects to a script block in your Fluid template won't work directly. This snippet will show you how you can still add these objects with a little trick.