Writing Silex Service Providers and Controller Providers

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Rated 5

Anonymous at 09:50 on 16 Nov 2013

Good talk. High level for anyone with no Silex experience but excellent OOP best practices.

Rated 1

Anonymous at 09:52 on 16 Nov 2013

Did not enjoy it. Too specific for Silex. Not PHP in general.

Mostly the fault of the conf organizers for giving me the choice between "beginning PHP" or "Very specific framework tips"

Not energetic enough, I was falling asleep.

Rated 1

Anonymous at 09:52 on 16 Nov 2013

Did not enjoy it. Too specific for Silex. Not PHP in general.

Mostly the fault of the conf organizers for giving me the choice between "beginning PHP" or "Very specific framework tips"

Not energetic enough, I was falling asleep.

Great talk. A little over my head for only using silex for a few months. Gives me something to strive to learn. Thank you.

Rated 5

Anonymous at 11:05 on 16 Nov 2013

Very useful information. I appreciated the peek ahead at v2 of Pimple and Silex, along with the explanations for why certain techniques were good or bad. One minor suggestion would be to pause a couple times during the presentation for questions. I had one early on, but forgot it by the end. I'm old though :)

Good content. Having seen you speak before, it seemed like you were a bit less engaged and passionate than when you talk about composer.

Great talk. As a relatively new user to Silex (< 2 month) it was easy to connect the examples to our application and visualize next steps to make it better/faster/harder/stronger/minimally acceptable. Also, the contrasts between versions was helpful. Walked away with a better understanding of Silex, Providers, Pimple, and life overall.

One (very) minor criticism - there were some points (the version differences between Pimple 1 & 2) that I felt were repeated a bit much.

I've been playing with Silex and this talk answered a lot of questions I had about how to organize a Silex app. I was particularly interested in the controller providers.

I'm relatively new to Silex, and this talk answered a lot of questions and gave me a lot of ideas as to how improve the project that is still in progress. This gave a good base to start from, in terms of how to do it right, some consideration to keep in mind, and some things to flat out avoid.

Great talk, i have been trying alot of new frameworks lately and i now have a much better understanding of how silex works.

Only thing i would suggest is maybe some running code vs just the foo bar type methods.