PSR-7 HTTP messages in the wild


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Chris Levy at 14:01 on 18 Feb 2016

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)

Riya dennis at 14:39 on 18 Feb 2016

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.

neve never at 15:34 on 18 Feb 2016

Really good, but he dodged an important question on immutability at the end for no good reason.

Interesting subject and good presentation.

Carlo Guli at 09:55 on 19 Feb 2016

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.

Katy Ereira at 10:12 on 19 Feb 2016

Nice HTTP messages overview, a lot of useful and practical information with good code examples. Well presented. Thank you. :)

James Dunmore at 13:49 on 19 Feb 2016

Clear presentation and good demo, useful information. Thanks.

Multiple new capabilities uncovered and demoed, useful and enjoyable

Phil at 00:37 on 20 Feb 2016

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.

Jenny Wong at 11:10 on 21 Feb 2016

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.

Shaun Walker at 13:22 on 21 Feb 2016

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.

David Shrive at 14:29 on 22 Feb 2016

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).