Talk in English - US at Symfony Live Berlin 2012
View Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/hhamon/introduction-to-serialization-with-symfony2
Short URL: https://joind.in/talk/00fc5
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Leveraging the Serializer Component
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Next time I implement a REST-style API I will look up the serializer again. Great features, well presented.
I had not been aware of all the stuff that is in the Serializer component. I'm definitely going to go into the component a bit more. I see multiple usecases in my projects for this component :)
Good in-depth examples of the component. A bit monotonous, though.
With the presented in mind the upcoming REST APIs will hopefully become better and more robust
Deep inside the serializer component. Interesting, yet challenging!
I already implemented an REST-Api uses the Serializier component. Thanks for the aditionally information about that feature. I will use it to perfect currently project.
Interesting talk that I'm planning to utilize for one of our projects.
Very interessting and well presented
Could be more charismatic and with more complex use cases.
Not much of leveraging in my opinion. Some useful feature weren't mentioned (eg. SerializerAwareInterface) and most of the talk was going through different methods to configure JMSSerializer. Showing annotations would be enough, no need to show the same options in YAML or showing serialized data in all formats. I was looking forward to this talk and I am sorry to say that I am dissapointed.
This talk opened the eyes for a lot of people on the "small" and 2nd citizen appearing components of the sf2 universe.
It's the small things that count!
And this was given to the audience in a very good way.
Interesting insights on the component and its enhanced bundle. A bit to much about options to configure (the bundle) was shown.
Normally you don't care about stuff like that, but presentation gave a good insight into the serializer component. Might have been a bit shorter but had to fill the whole 50 minute slot I guess.
Good presentation skills by the speaker.
Good talk, well brought. As a user of both the component and the bundle there was not a lot of new things in it for me.
Good and very informative. Good Slides, good and enough examples.
after 3-4 very boring slides it turned out to an very interesting talk!
Talk started out a bit slow and I did not know what to expect. But was pleasantly surprised to see the power of this component presented in an understandable way.