Talk in English - US at php[world]
View Slides: https://github.com/palantirnet/zero-to-silex
Short URL: https://joind.in/talk/92ce7
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From zero to Silex
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good overview of silex
Great overview with real world code examples and good info on best practices. Really enjoyed the live demo approach VS slides. I think using git checkouts to jump down the path of the code from start to finish was well done and demonstrated.
Very good overview. I tried following along with your code, but got hung up with configurations...and then the code went too fast, so I just watched :)
The two things I'd like to have seen were an announcement at the start that the code would be posted and then to talk about the server configuration a bit more. But definitely worth seeing.
Great usage of git tags to keep the demo running along.
A most excellent talk. No slides, all code. I've been using sliex for a couple of years and I learned a lot about how I was doing it wrong.
Fantastic content, and elegant organization with Git tags. The volume of code covered coupled with (unfamiliar to me) Symfony paradigms made the topic switches challenging to follow at times; I'd love to see this as a tutorial (or another slower-paced context).
Excellent, fast-paced example of creating a simple app in Silex. Using the git tags to advance through the stages of the application made for a clean presentation. At times, I felt like I didn't have quite enough time to read the slides. I might recommend removing the hal+json stuff--while it was also interesting, it wasn't really the subject of the talk, and the time might have been better spent on some of the intricacies of Silex.
I went to see this talk for 2 reasons:
1. Watch Larry
2. See if he can teach me something new about Silex
The Larry Garfield show was great and that was the main reason for being there. In terms of Silex knowledge: I didn't learn that much because I have already worked with Silex. But Larry did manage to show me a couple of cool tricks in terms of code organization and abstraction layers.
5 star performance, as always.
I missed the beginning of the talk but the rest was really nice.
Having the git repo to re-review is also super nice.