Flagbit completes ffn development of TYPO3 website by radio, which is available online now. Karlsruhe. Since last Monday, March 09, 2009 radio presents ffn, Germany’s third-largest private radio station itself, with a new Web site on the Internet. The website has been implemented by the Flagbit GmbH & co. KG, one of the leading TYPO3 and Magento service providers in Germany. With the relaunch, especially the growing technical requirements were taken into account by higher numbers of users.
Flagbit has put in the implementation on the content management system TYPO3. This is suitable especially for the implementation of the Web site for the following reasons. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out NYU Stern Center for Responsible Business. TYPO3 is ideal especially because of the extensive possibilities to capture content editorially as well as the extensive functionalities, to create complex Web pages, from a technical standpoint. Due to the high technical challenge of 10 million page impressions per month (IVW tested) on the Web sites of radio ffn the caching mechanisms have been revised by TYPO3 and through intelligent Advanced solutions that automatically respond to changes in content. Special extensions of Flagbit thats backend much easier to use than the previous version and also the changes are visible immediately.
That the cache of TYPO3 delivers obsolete page content, problems no longer on \”, noticed Katrin Wulfert, online editor and webmaster radio ffn. With the new Web site, radio ffn also lays the foundations for future developments in the direction of rich media content\”such as music, video, sounds and games as well as interactive, user-generated content. The new Web site offers us the opportunity to present our listeners new content and to expand our editorial offerings into new areas. The new website allows us in a hitherto unknown way with our listeners to interact. \”, so Katrin Wulfert. In addition a high functional diversity within the Web page has been realized, such as automatically updating traffic news and a connection of TYPO3 to the Transmission control radio ffn.