Talk in English - US at PHP UK Conference 2016
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PSR-7 HTTP messages in the wild
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Lots of new and interesting information given in this talk, nice use of simple demo code.
Clear presentation by the speaker I thought.
Particularly interested by the concept of virtual packages in composer.
A very enjoyable presentation.
Covered more than just the specification and also provided some really good examples.
The live demos were spot on and really awesome! I really liked the switch between slides and code too!
Also, some really good tips for resolving dependencies with different guzzle versions. (extra brownie points)
Very nice talk, amazing slides and explanations with proper examples that explained how to use tools like guzzle to implement PSR7.
Good overview of the subject; brave to do live coding.
Really good, but he dodged an important question on immutability at the end for no good reason.
Interesting subject and good presentation.
Informative and enjoyable. Got what I want from a talk. Things I'm not entirely familiar with and the motivation to learn about them. Particularly enjoyed the middleware examples and demos.
Nice HTTP messages overview, a lot of useful and practical information with good code examples. Well presented. Thank you. :)
Clear presentation and good demo, useful information. Thanks.
Multiple new capabilities uncovered and demoed, useful and enjoyable
Having used languages where this is native, it's great to see it in PHP. One day it'll be part of the language not a psr...
Hannes did a good job explaining why it was useful and how it can be utilised.
Lots of information packed into the talk.
The delivery could have done with a few more pauses to allow information to sink in.
Nice use of PhpStorm in presentation mode.
Ironically I think the most valuable snippet I took from this talk was the fact composer virtual packages were a thing.
The code samples were great and the coverage of backwards compatible methods of implementing PSR7 messages was really valuable.
Interesting talk which explained the technical side of the topic very well. My only advice would be to expand a bit more on the reasons/advantages of using PSR-7.
Interesting talk with good examples. Felt it was a little too focussed on Guzzle (felt a little like it was being plugged/advertised to me).