Building a VOD SaaS service based on TYPO3 Flow

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This presetentation talk about medialib.tv, a SaaS streaming service, based on the opensource PHP framework, TYPO3 Flow.

Location: Inspiring Flow 2013, Friday, April 19th 2013
http://www.inspiring-flow.com/program.html

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Building a VOD SaaS service based on TYPO3 Flow

  1. 1. Text Building a VOD portal with the Flow Inspiring Flow 2013 A short story about a real life projet Inspiring people to share
  2. 2. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow About our agency ttree ltd pronounced “tea-tree” Small but nice webagency based in Lausanne, Switzerland More that 10 years of experience with TYPO3 CMS VOD solutions providers for major film festivals since 2008 A short story about a real life projet Inspiring people to share
  3. 3. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow About myself Dominique Feyer Cofounder of ttree agency One of the men behind the TYPO3 CMS XLIFF support Leader of the translation team Work with TYPO3 since 2000 and with TYPO3 Flow since 2012 Member of a nice family, a girlfriend and a 5 years old daughter A short story about a real life projet Inspiring people to share
  4. 4. Stop to promote your self ! Topictext A short story about a real life projet Inspiring people to share
  5. 5. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow About this presentation A short introduction and history of the project How TYPO3 Flow help us Live demonstration of the current development version Questions & Answers A short story about a real life projet Inspiring people to share
  6. 6. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow First real life projet with TYPO3 Flow Short development period Kickoff of the project in september 2012 First private beta in mid november Release of the 1.0 early in 2013 We need to be lean m im in vi al le ab ro p ct du
  7. 7. A short history of the project
  8. 8. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow What’s the goal of the project ? Hey men, that’s simple ...
 I just need to watch movies, you understand ? Look like a simple domain ...
 So we can start with it with a really fresh framework ! First user story User need to watch movie
  9. 9. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow But the real domain is a bit more complex ... Client User ews N Strea m Movie vice Ad pic To
  10. 10. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow Key features Multi-domain support in the same datastore Handle security access (PlayToken) for our 
 Wowza Streaming Server cluster Clear backoffice with easy to use forms “Auto discoverable” features Customizable frontend & notifications templates
  11. 11. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow Time to code Rapid prototyping Focus on the domain No authentication, no log, no security, ... But a full working prototype Validated learning
  12. 12. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow First contact with Flow ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ Really clean code base A lots of new concept to learn But the learning curve is not so strong Documentation in constant improvement Awesome community support
  13. 13. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow Feedback Loop Build - Mesure - Learn Min imiz e th e to tal tim e thro ugh t th e lo op
  14. 14. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow Does TYPO3 Flow support the loop ? No, he did not support it, 
 it’s just a framework ! But ... + TYPO3.Flow + TYPO3.Surf + GIT + Continous Intergration Server That support the loop well !!
  15. 15. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow Quality Assurance ✓ ✓ Avo id Functional Test are awesome Unit Test reg ress ion , cli ent don ’t li ke i t , please myselft ote for N test and e more writ D/BDD sse TD embra
  16. 16. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow Private Beta & Continous Improvement We code to solve real problems Who know the problems ? Ask or challenge your final user Understand the problems, discuss & adapt 3 real customers during 2 sprints of 2 weeks each A really intensive period
  17. 17. How TYPO3 Flow help us to implement our key features ?
  18. 18. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow Multi domain in the same datastore Any DO can be “private” or “shared” Features that help us AOP + Domain object Annotations Content Security Missing features A way to extend TYPO3FlowSecurityAccount Property introduction with AOP don’t work
  19. 19. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow PlayToken Handle the security access to our Wowza Streaming Server cluster Features that help us TYPO3.Soap Contributions during the project TYPO3.Soap Flow 2.0 support Yes we bro cur ken ren one tly, uni hel t te pw st elc om e
  20. 20. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow Multi level administration roles Our clients need to delegate some administration task, like user management & content management. Features that help us Content Security & Policy Missing features A brain capable of correctly understanding policy configuration More documentation around this subject, with real life exemple A solution to disable content security for a specific query
  21. 21. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow Backoffice & Complex form Form need to be composed by multiple DO Features that help us TYPO3.Fluid awesome form support PropertyMapper & Validator flexibility Aloha Editor
  22. 22. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow Custom Interface Vocabulary Client must be able to customize vocabulary used by the service. Features that help us Aloha Editor + RestController
  23. 23. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow Custom Notifications Notifications template can be edited with Aloha Editor Features that help us Aloha Editor + RestController TYPO3.Fluid + Custom Parser What’s next TYPO3 Flow package to use this in any project
  24. 24. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow External webservice Modern webapplication can use a lots of different API over HTTP Features that help us TYPO3FlowHttpClientBrowser + Curl Engine Contributions during the project Ttree.Oembed - oEmbed Consumer with auto discovery Ttree.Tmdb - Client Interface for The Movie Database API
  25. 25. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow Public API A clean and modern RESTFull interface to integrate the service with external applications Features that help us RestController + JsonView
  26. 26. Is TYPO3 Flow a good choice ?
  27. 27. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow YES
  28. 28. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow Do you want to view a live demonstration ?
  29. 29. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow Questions & Answers
  30. 30. medialib.tv - building a real life project with the flow Thanks you !
  31. 31. www.ttree.ch www.medialib.tv ! @ttreeagency @medialibtv ! http://github.com/dfeyer http://github.com/ttreeagency ! info@ttree.ch

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