Keynote in English - US at SymfonyCon Lisbon 2018
Short URL: https://joind.in/talk/e5011
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Can’t wait to test it.
The capabilities of the new Symfony binary and seamless integration with SensioCloud looks pretty amazing, Will definitely try it out.
A few words about XDebug integration would have been nice
Good presentation, as expected of course. And most of all, within the time slot!
Only suggestion, I would rather split it into a keynote covering why and what and a talk covering how. It was at moments hard to follow all the Symfony binary commands and how they relate to SymfonyCloud (and the new product wasn't covered at all).
I guess that if next year more people raise their hands when you ask 'Who uses Windows?', it will be because of this local http server.
At first it looked like a "boring" topic ("local web server") but I loved the way it was presented based on "you have this problem" and then "this is how it's solved with Symfony's new binary + local web server". Straight to the point and fully practical. Loved it.
Even that I am using local server for a while, this was very interesting talk proving a lot of new things that I didn't know
Looks very cool, perhaps it will come with an integration to something else other than SymfonyCloud :)
Symfony binary explained clearly by the creator of sf
Really good presentation. It was good to learn about news in Symfony server and cloud platform. Flow of talk and quality of slides were great!
Cool stuff, but I will use it if docker containers can be used
Good talk. Liked how integrated the tool is with both local development and Symfony Cloud.
New Symfony binary looks impressive
I've learned something new ;)
Great talk and great tool overall!
I'm slightly worried there was no words regarding GDPR, especially when demonstrating how easy it is to copy an full environment (including the database then) in order to debug.
Also, as stated in some of the other comments, it's well integrated with Symfony Cloud which is great, but no alternative is offered (we're in a use it or leave it situation), and the vendor locked question is not addressed at all (ie. will there be support for other cloud providers or can the community develop some other integrations?).
It was a talk more than a keynote for me.