Talk in English - US at phpDay 2014
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Symfony2 and AngularJS
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Not deep enought
Suggested turning off CSRF protection without offering or explaining an alternative protection. Feels highly dangerous.
Cookies are not secure without using CSRF protection.
Besides security the talk touched on the important pain points but the shown solution feel satisfactory but IMO it's really hard.
Quick overview, need to cover deeper some topics, like security, caching, etc.
Good overview and some nice architectual tips.
A good inspriation and interesting ideas. I would have loved to see the actual solutions in a bit more detail. Some code examples had too much code on them (the twig template for example - examples should focus on the relevant bit)
Hi guys, thank you for feedback. I see you wanted to cover more in details, I will try to fix that in future. @david thank you for advice, will try to do things with code better in future.
Regarding this comment - "Suggested turning off CSRF protection without offering or explaining an alternative protection. Feels highly dangerous.
Cookies are not secure without using CSRF protection...." I think we misunderstood each other, I didn't say that we are using cookies at any time, I said that we have implemented our own API key which has time to live, but we are not using cookies or session at any time. I am sry if I wasn't clear abut that
Nice overview, with some insights from personal experience.
Very good coverage of how to connect Sf2 with angular, very hands on + talking from expirience.
Great considering it was speakers first talk in English!
Interesting talk, as the others pointed, I would have gone deeper on some topics.
I think this talk needs to get a bit deeper and more clear.
Missed some comments about file structure.
Nice talk, but, as other attendees stated, not much deeper as expected.
Good talk but perhaps a bit too fast on some points..maybe a quick live demo on form,auth,template would have been nice
I would have liked a bit more focus on the actual solutions and less time spent on the introduction on both frameworks.
I think this talk was too shallow: a brief introduction on Symfony and e brief introduction on Angular
This was an overview talk, with personal experience notes.
Could it have been deeper? Yes.
Should it have been deeper in the time slot given? No.
I really hope Antonio expands this subject into a workshop, then it should have enough "meat" for everyone who is interested in the subject.