Nice talk and a novel concept - speakers showed their code and the talk turned into a group code review.
Good idea from presenters - come with a solution and ask the community to comment, validate and help.
Regarding the presentation, there was maybe too much code on the slides.
Regarding the subject, the presenter went too much in details presenting a personal project that will not be of use to anybody else. Maybe it would've been better to explain system in concept instead of going into detailed implementation.
Thanks Matija, I also heard an idea to look at the sockets instead of ajax, we will see if it is appropriate and with you I will go through the proven classes that could be implemented. Thanks again for all the support so far.
Excellent talk on the current status of PHP and what could be done with it and/or should be done with it.
Dominik himself wrote a very huge app (with a bunch of modules, as he showed as last year)
and kudoz for that.
Instead of reinventing the wheel, he could implement already proven classes (from laravel or symfony - e.g. request, cookies, etc.) instead of developing his own solution for the same use-case, thus lowering maintenance overhead.
Frameworks generally are maintained with great care and have a great community from which one can learn from, so I recommend him to have a look at the components of one.
Pretty advanced topic that caused a very interesting discussion in the audience. Miro is an experienced speaker and this topic and talk have a lot of potential.
Would appreciate more code examples.