By taking one of the most usual and simple use case: a post and some tags, we will identify many ways to optimize our work with forms. The focus will be about: - simple many-to-many relationship, - data mapping, - PHP 7 scalar type hints, - form type inheritance mechanism, while some tricks will be shared along the way. Also the final may reveal a surprise! Stay tuned ;)

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Rated 1

Bojan Baždar at 14:30 on 2 Dec 2016

Basic talk that you can read in documentation.

Nicely covered the topic. Unfortunately only one case. The presentation style could also be less monotonous.

Hard to understand, due to bad english. Speaks fast and unclearly. Montone. No insights the official documentation wouldn't provide.

Rated 2

Georgij at 15:22 on 2 Dec 2016

I would also agree - it was sometimes hard to understand the speaker. And I was expecting more advanced topic about the forms. It was too basic information.

Rated 1

Ilia Petriaev at 17:14 on 2 Dec 2016

Was really hard to follow. Too quick, not going into details, monotonic.

Sorry, I left this talk after ~15min because I could only guess what he was mumbling about. Sounded like he was reading php code that was shown in slides I could read myself.
Please work on your English and diction skills, because you probably want your listeners to understand you.

p.s. microphone was waaaaaay too close to your lips.

Being just a beginner with forms it was quite helpful for me, but probably not for advanced developers in that field.

Rated 2

Cesar at 08:46 on 3 Dec 2016

It was interesting, but presenter needs to improve

Rated 3

Vasily Rodin at 14:43 on 3 Dec 2016

English was very French..
Talk was monotonous.
But technical solution was interesting, thank you

Rated 1

Thomas Knuppe at 15:24 on 3 Dec 2016

Please use black background for your code slides and improve your english. Even for a german native it was not understandable at all.

Very weak speaker, with very strong french accent. Totally basics, and solution with allowing null values in entity to solve problem in form i terrible wrong.

all you can read in documentation. Could improve with proper examples & too monotonous.

Rated 1

Maciej Malarz at 13:23 on 5 Dec 2016

This could be a cookbook entry, felt cheated when the presentation ended.

P.S. I'm not a native English speaker and was able to understand you

Rated 1

Andy Roid at 18:49 on 6 Dec 2016

I would have expected a talk less for beginners. also presentation needs improve.

Rated 4

Scott Collier at 14:33 on 7 Dec 2016

I enjoyed this talk. The topic was interesting and useful.