Building APIs with Slim 3


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Adam Faulkner at 12:08 on 11 Jun 2016

Nice talk once again Rob. 1 suggestion though, as the talk focuses on api and back in php uk 15 you talked about zends apigility I would like to see a comparison.

Mark Railton at 13:10 on 11 Jun 2016

Another great talk rob. plenty of insight into what makes a good api and highlighted some pitfalls that far too many apis don't mitigate.

Dean Owen at 13:10 on 11 Jun 2016

I enjoyed this. Would like to have heard more about psr-7 from this speaker.

Chris Hartjes at 14:21 on 11 Jun 2016

Would've liked to see this talk go from idea to implementation -- same great info but just presented differently

Neil Nand at 22:56 on 11 Jun 2016

Good talk on APIs but I did think having part of the talk on general API development, part on PSR-7 and part on Slim itself meant that there wasn't enough time on slim so I don't think I could walk away and develop much with it.

Having said that I found the talk really good for explaining how to make good APIs using Slim to explain that, maybe just a different title is all that's needed to change.

Johnny at 08:42 on 12 Jun 2016

Always enjoy Rob's talks and this one was no exception. It would have benefitted from being in a longer time slot so the API development bit could be fleshed out, maybe with a demo of the CRUD operations from browser to persistence layer - that or a tweak to the title to emphasise the PSR-7 content over the API stuff.

Daniel Leech at 10:01 on 12 Jun 2016

Overall this talk provided a great overview of the important things to
consider when building an API, and it was great to see Slim, middleware, and PSR-7 in

Jez Emery at 11:11 on 12 Jun 2016

I think this could have benefitted from visually comparing good / bad APIs, and really drilling home the need to write the interfaces correctly

Alex Korbey at 13:40 on 13 Jun 2016

Extremely informative and some good ideas. A few "obvious" points that I could easily miss, so very pleased to be informed.

Enjoyed this presentation. Nice to see how its done in slim - we are using Apigility.