Talk in English - UK at PHP UK Conference 2015
View Slides: https://www.dropbox.com/s/tr4721imn8s2hga/MVVM%20%26%20Silex.pdf?dl=0
Short URL: https://joind.in/talk/50cfc
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MVVM and Silex - It's the future
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Fantastic talk. I really enjoyed hearing about how you use different platforms. Express and why, Angular and Silex. Well delivered talk and one I will be watching back again and again.
Fantastic talk, nice demo and giving lots of alternatives to the chosen frameworks / platforms. Congratulations!
Nice presentation giving an overview of this design pattern, with plenty of code examples. It was a bit fast-paced, but there was a lot of content for the time slot so I guess it had to be!
Topic was promising but you've barely scratched the surface - I expected a lot more sophisticated demo and not a beginner's guide.
Actually I thought this was quite well paced - a lot of stuff was being rattled off at breakneck speeds but I think that was the only way to get a reasonable overview in the time allotted!
The talk was engaging and fun to attend. Good speaker. Interesting case study and good code examples. I genuinely want to try out Silex and a similar architecture in the near future. Just not with Angular though :D
Very well presented, and an interesting tour around various JS frameworks. It was an interesting architecture described; my only criticism would be you could probably skip the Silex and just do it as an MVVM talk.
I enjoyed this talk, the introduction to each technology was good, maybe a little too good it left little time for the overall project build, maybe a longer time slot would have benefitted this talk.
interesting and relevant - brave to choose something outside of LAMP stack, but its stuff that we will all encounter sooner or later.
Felt it got rushed at times and lacked a mapping of how the detail we were looking at fitted into the bigger picture
I noticed a lot of people are saying it felt rushed. Which is fair, I think that 3 frameworks in the time slot is quite a lot. I think I'll probably change the talk, so there is a little less about Silex and trim some fat off the introductions so we can go into a bit more detail with AngularJs - so people with a little more experience get something out of it.
If this talk was in the form of a 3 hour tutorial so we could focus a bit more diving deeper into each of the technologies, and obviously doing some awesome hands on coding, do you think you'd be interested in coming?
Negative or positive, thank you for your feedback, this stuff is absolute gold. Most of all I want to thank all of you for making this conference such a wonderful experience, and it's nice to hear some of you are playing with these technologies, especially for the first time. There's nothing more exciting as a speaker than to hear someone has listened to your talk and is now using something you mentioned.
Great talk, very well presented
Really enjoyed the talk, it got my appetite going for working with these new JS frameworks. As suggested by others I think ditching the Silex stuff would be best for the talk - I can understand why you didn't though as it was a PHP conference after all!
Interesting (if fast paced) look at how everything fits together. Might have benefited from covering less but going deeper into the details, perhaps showing the benefits of this approach over others. Presentation style was excellent though, and you clearly know your stuff.
Overall a nice talk but I cringed a bit when hearing certain things such as stating that developers should use a certain library because it's the most popular. I would personally stay away from such statements and instead recommend people to look at pros and cons before deciding :)
Really well presented session, with excellent examples of how the components in fit together, along with the rationale for /why/ the various technologies had been selected.
Lots of concepts and tools in very short time, and very good introduction. I'll wait for the video to be published and look into, and put a looot of time :)
you know this was a php conference?