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What does it do?

Event management and registration is an extension for TYPO3 CMS to manage events and registrations.

Summary of features

  • Easy usage for editors
  • Registration can be activated for each event individually
  • Configurable additional fields in the registration form
  • Optional registration waitlist
  • Double opt in (optional) for event registration
  • Attachments in registration e-mails to participant and/or admin
  • iCal attachment in e-mails to participant
  • Configurable validity of double opt in links
  • Cancellation configurable for each event
  • Prefill of registration fields for logged in frontend users
  • Frontend plugin to show event registrations for logged in frontend users
  • Backend administration module to manage events and registrations
  • CSV export for all registrations of an event
  • Configurable e-mail templates to notify event participants
  • Extendable with own fields through own extension
  • Configurable template layouts for the listview
  • Configurable category menu
  • Searchview for events
  • Create multiple registrations at once by a single user
  • Optionally check e-mail address of registrations for uniqueness per event
  • Optional Spam-Protection with reCAPTCHA
  • Download of iCal file for events
  • Uses TYPO3 system categories to structure events by category
  • Price options valid until selected dates (e.g. for early bird prices)
  • Payment processing after successful registration
  • Configurable payment methods
  • Show events using the “Insert Record” Content Element
  • Calendar view with possibility to navigate to next/previous month
  • Automatic cache clearing when event has been changed in backend
  • Lots of signal slots to extend the extension with own funcionality

Background

  • Based on Extbase and Fluid
  • Covered with many unit and functional tests
  • Actively maintained