Modern applications increasingly require an API, whether to support rich client-side experiences, mobile apps, or to integrate with other systems. This hands-on, practical tutorial will teach you how to build a really excellent and robust API in PHP, based on Slim 4.


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John Kleiser at 15:50 on 21 Feb 2020

Great talk. Nothing wrong with it!

Actually it was awesome. Thanks for the talk. It was very entertaining and informative.

Ionut Armeanu at 10:36 on 22 Feb 2020

{"comment": "Great talk. Even though not everything went right with it", "rating": 5}

The line above should prove that I'm immune to subliminal messages!

Jokes aside, Rob did a very good job at pointing out the do's and don'ts, the should, should'nts and musts, the 'I love you if you do this' and ' I'll scorn you if you do that' for software engineers that work with APIs. His demonstration of using Slim and how useful it is in building APIs fast was excellent, and although, as it often happens when one does LIVE DEMOS, not everything went according to plan, he dealt with the issues in a remarkable way, and managed to keep the audience entertained and plugged in ( most of the times at least ). Congrats!

Matt Dawkins at 09:16 on 25 Feb 2020

Fantastic. Really insightful, and really accessible too. You came across very natural and comfortable, which certainly put me at ease listening to you. I came away with loads of notes, plenty of which are relevant beyond just APIs made with Slim 4. Well done!

Jelica at 09:53 on 26 Feb 2020

Awesome talk and live coding. I have learned a lot.