Talk in English - US at PHPBenelux Conference 2016
Short URL: https://joind.in/talk/4dbed
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Build RESTful APIs easily with Symfony
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Nice overview of some very useful bundles to build API's.
But... SLOW DOWN :-)
Summarisation of very useful packages. Maybe a bit much packages to really be able to zoom in to one or more of them. But will be looking in to these more detailed, thanks for the tips!
Nice summary of the composer packages you can build your own REST API using Symfony2, but I think a more in depth explanation would be usefull as well.
Good overview of the tools and bundles concerned, and good code samples and slides too.
I do think the talk could really benefit if you slow down and take more time to explain some of the concepts involved a bit more in depth. If you're pressed for time; maybe loose some of the "what is REST" and HATEOAS in the beginning of the talk and take more time explaining in detail the actual solutions you present in the code examples and why that's helpful.
Also; when asking if people know or understood a concept or what you're saying, make sure you make room to actually let them answer, in stead of moving on to the next topic quickly. I think you'd get a lot more response from the crowd during the session, if you do.
The talk was pretty good. You inspected great bundles and the information was clear. However, I was expecting more advanced content.
Thanks for being able to step in and replace Stephan! Overall a solid talk with good pointers to the best solutions there are to build REST api's using Symfony bundles, well done! The packagist pages of the packages were not that useful to me, instead (and as other said) I'd prefer less packages but a bit more in-depth. The content in this talk could easily cover a tutorial session :)
I'm already using most of the libraries mentioned, but it still was good to know learn that I'm on the right course and also hear about some more potentionally useful tools
Nice talk, very informative, although there was too much configuration information, I would like to hear more about the concept.
Interesting talk, although I used most of the bundles before still picked up a couple of things that I didn't know. Thank you.