Composing PHP applications with middleware


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Dan Lanza at 11:12 on 20 Oct 2016

Great talk. I like the live coding which shows how simple and quick middleware can be.

Very nice job.

Rob at 11:23 on 20 Oct 2016

nice talk! Can you please publish the code examples and sheets?

Simple and efficient, this conference really delivered with coding example that was easy to catch on the go

Chris Botte at 11:31 on 20 Oct 2016

Awesome. Live coding was great! Please post the live code samples!!

Jason Brady at 11:32 on 20 Oct 2016

Excellent talk. I really liked this presentation... live code example demonstrated the ease of use, and was a great example of how middlewareworks

Alex Corbeil at 19:38 on 20 Oct 2016

Best session i had so far. Great job

Ben Johnson at 12:24 on 21 Oct 2016

As with his previous talk, Mr. Butts demonstrated mastery over the subject matter and the related tools. His ability to deliver a live tutorial with no apparent "cheat-sheet" was rather impressive. He built a fully-functional middleware chain involving several components (a string manipulator, a basic HTTP authenticator, and a basic view cacher) in real-time, and did an excellent job of explaining each step as he went along.

Justin Yost at 13:39 on 23 Oct 2016

Good talk covering the aspects of both what is Middleware and how you can build and implement middleware layers. I think a better solution though, might be to have an application in place and add new features to it with middleware as that would be the more common problem rather than constructing a new application entirely using middleware.

For me something was missing, I found out how to use a couple components but I am not sure why or when I would use them nor do I really understand how they would fit into the architecture of any of my current applications.