In today's fast-paced digital world, no one likes to wait. Yet, PHP scripts often find themselves waiting on databases, email servers, HTTP servers, file systems, and even RAM. The result? Your customers are left waiting too. Discover how to break free from the waiting game by embracing asynchronous PHP architecture. In this talk, we'll dive into the power of RabbitMQ and ReactPHP to significantly reduce waiting times and optimise performance. Get ready for live coding, real-world examples, and expert insights that will empower you to create efficient, high-performing PHP applications that keep your customers coming back for more.


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Joseph Leedy at 10:52 on 4 Nov 2023

Informative talk with great examples.

Adam Culp at 10:57 on 4 Nov 2023

Great coverage of a detailed topic. Nice introduction to bunny, m-queue (rabbit), and react php. Amazingly smooth hands on demo.

One of my favorite talks this conference. Love the love coding!

Joseph Thayne at 10:58 on 4 Nov 2023

Enjoyed the information on the various packages and your experience with them. Great examples.

Nick A at 11:12 on 4 Nov 2023

This was a concise and informative overview of RabbitMQ and ReactPHP (plus a mention of clue/reactphp-mq to help with rate limiting during the Q&A). I really like how the presentation highlighted the possible performance of these solutions (crunching through a million items at 100k+ requests acknowledgements per second!). The questions and answered at the end were also engaging. I am now looking forward to using these libraries in my next project!

One minor thing I noticed: Christian Lück's talk referenced at the end of this is titled "Pushing the limits with ReactPHP"

Thank you Florian for doing a good technical review of getting started with ReactPHP with RabbitMQ and covering queueing in general. Good to see the live demo! Would have liked to hear more about RabbitMQ configurations. Overall a great talk.

Mark Junghanns at 13:11 on 4 Nov 2023

This talk gave me some ideas how I could solve some challenges in my project.

Greg Fox at 16:18 on 4 Nov 2023

Great talk, I did want to see an example with less anonymous functions and a bit more structure though.

Thoroughly enjoyed the overview and the working demo.