Framework agnostic for the win


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I regret that the conf has been mainly a reminder of the history of PHP dependencies (manually downloaded files, PEAR, frameworks, Composer...)

Dommage, c'est resté trop "en surface" et on aurait aimé plus de "retour terrain". Car il suffit de connaitre un peu php-fig pour s'ennuyer durant cette conf :(

I would love more practical exemples.Based on your experience or not :)

thanks for sharing !

Anonymous at 22:13 on 25 Nov 2015

Interesting talk, good insights on the PHP ecosystem evolution.
Would love a more practical exemple on Glide for instance about what to put in lib repo and what to put in framework integrations repos.

I was expecting more reasons on "why everyone wins with framework agnostic code", but the talk was more on the history of tools in PHP.

It was a great talk, but it wasn't the subject I was expecting to see.

I liked the historical approach to the heart of the subject but i also feel like the subject itself didn't get as much love as it needed. Maybe just go faster on the history so you have more time to explain why today the next big step will be to go framework agnostic.

Thanks for both your conferences !

PS : the link to the slides seems broken.

Jérémy: Hey thanks, I fixed the slides link.

All: Thanks a ton for the feedback. This talk clearly had too much history and not enough practical hands on info. I'll be adjusting for the next time I give it!