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Sound of Symfony: Episode 15 – Live from Barcelona

Sound of Symfony: Episode 15 – Live from Barcelona

The Sound of Symfony podcast, with hosts Magnus Nordlander and Tobias Nyholm, has released their latest episode today – Episode #15: Live from Barcelona.

In another of our conference specials, Tobias, Magnus and Ryan is live from Symfony Catalunya 2016 in Barcelona. We talk about the conference, and, trying make the most of being around some of the experts in the community, we talk to Marc Morera and Michael Cullum about building local PHP communities.

You can listen to this latest episode either using the in-page audio player or by downloading the audio file directly. If you enjoy the show be sure to also follow them on Twitter and subscribe to their feed for more information on when the latest episodes are released.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/24356

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Sound of Symfony: Episode 15 – Live from Barcelona

Sound of Symfony: Episode 15 – Live from Barcelona

The Sound of Symfony podcast, with hosts Magnus Nordlander and Tobias Nyholm, has released their latest episode today – Episode #15: Live from Barcelona.

In another of our conference specials, Tobias, Magnus and Ryan is live from Symfony Catalunya 2016 in Barcelona. We talk about the conference, and, trying make the most of being around some of the experts in the community, we talk to Marc Morera and Michael Cullum about building local PHP communities.

You can listen to this latest episode either using the in-page audio player or by downloading the audio file directly. If you enjoy the show be sure to also follow them on Twitter and subscribe to their feed for more information on when the latest episodes are released.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/24356

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Sound of Symfony: Episode 15 – Live from Barcelona

Sound of Symfony: Episode 15 – Live from Barcelona

The Sound of Symfony podcast, with hosts Magnus Nordlander and Tobias Nyholm, has released their latest episode today – Episode #15: Live from Barcelona.

In another of our conference specials, Tobias, Magnus and Ryan is live from Symfony Catalunya 2016 in Barcelona. We talk about the conference, and, trying make the most of being around some of the experts in the community, we talk to Marc Morera and Michael Cullum about building local PHP communities.

You can listen to this latest episode either using the in-page audio player or by downloading the audio file directly. If you enjoy the show be sure to also follow them on Twitter and subscribe to their feed for more information on when the latest episodes are released.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/24356

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Sound of Symfony: Episode 15 – Live from Barcelona

Sound of Symfony: Episode 15 – Live from Barcelona

The Sound of Symfony podcast, with hosts Magnus Nordlander and Tobias Nyholm, has released their latest episode today – Episode #15: Live from Barcelona.

In another of our conference specials, Tobias, Magnus and Ryan is live from Symfony Catalunya 2016 in Barcelona. We talk about the conference, and, trying make the most of being around some of the experts in the community, we talk to Marc Morera and Michael Cullum about building local PHP communities.

You can listen to this latest episode either using the in-page audio player or by downloading the audio file directly. If you enjoy the show be sure to also follow them on Twitter and subscribe to their feed for more information on when the latest episodes are released.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/24356

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Community News: Recent posts from PHP Quickfix (08.31.2016)

Community News: Recent posts from PHP Quickfix (08.31.2016)

Recent posts from the PHP Quickfix site:

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/24355

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Community News: Recent posts from PHP Quickfix (08.31.2016)

Community News: Recent posts from PHP Quickfix (08.31.2016)

Recent posts from the PHP Quickfix site:

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/24355

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Cloudways Blog: How To Create Simple Rest API In Symfony 3.1

Cloudways Blog: How To Create Simple Rest API In Symfony 3.1

The Cloudways blog has posted a new tutorial helping you get up and running quickly with a simple REST API written using the Symfony framework. In the article they not only explain how to create the API but also include a bit of REST theory for those not completely familiar with the terms and functionality involved.

Symfony is fast becoming the favourite framework among developers for rapid application development. And despite releasing Symfony 3.1 and 3.2 in the previous quarter, they are still introducing many changes and upgrades. If you’re still using the previous versions, you must upgrade Symfony Framework to the latest and stable version 3.1.

Yes! We know that Symfony is one of the best frameworks to develop rest API, so in this article we will make simple rest API in Symfony 3.1. I am assuming that you’ve already setup PHPstack application on Cloudways with Symfony installed, but if you haven’t, follow this installation guide.

They briefly talk about the REST HTTP verb types and what kind of actions they relate to. With that defined the tutorial then gets into the requirements including the installation of two bundles: JMSSerializerBundle and NelmioCorsBundle. From there examples of configuration changes, commands to make users and execute migrations on the local database are included. With this system set up they include sample code for each HTTP verb type letting you perform the actions on the User entity (create, read, update and delete).

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/24354

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Cloudways Blog: How To Create Simple Rest API In Symfony 3.1

Cloudways Blog: How To Create Simple Rest API In Symfony 3.1

The Cloudways blog has posted a new tutorial helping you get up and running quickly with a simple REST API written using the Symfony framework. In the article they not only explain how to create the API but also include a bit of REST theory for those not completely familiar with the terms and functionality involved.

Symfony is fast becoming the favourite framework among developers for rapid application development. And despite releasing Symfony 3.1 and 3.2 in the previous quarter, they are still introducing many changes and upgrades. If you’re still using the previous versions, you must upgrade Symfony Framework to the latest and stable version 3.1.

Yes! We know that Symfony is one of the best frameworks to develop rest API, so in this article we will make simple rest API in Symfony 3.1. I am assuming that you’ve already setup PHPstack application on Cloudways with Symfony installed, but if you haven’t, follow this installation guide.

They briefly talk about the REST HTTP verb types and what kind of actions they relate to. With that defined the tutorial then gets into the requirements including the installation of two bundles: JMSSerializerBundle and NelmioCorsBundle. From there examples of configuration changes, commands to make users and execute migrations on the local database are included. With this system set up they include sample code for each HTTP verb type letting you perform the actions on the User entity (create, read, update and delete).

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/24354

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Cloudways Blog: How To Create Simple Rest API In Symfony 3.1

Cloudways Blog: How To Create Simple Rest API In Symfony 3.1

The Cloudways blog has posted a new tutorial helping you get up and running quickly with a simple REST API written using the Symfony framework. In the article they not only explain how to create the API but also include a bit of REST theory for those not completely familiar with the terms and functionality involved.

Symfony is fast becoming the favourite framework among developers for rapid application development. And despite releasing Symfony 3.1 and 3.2 in the previous quarter, they are still introducing many changes and upgrades. If you’re still using the previous versions, you must upgrade Symfony Framework to the latest and stable version 3.1.

Yes! We know that Symfony is one of the best frameworks to develop rest API, so in this article we will make simple rest API in Symfony 3.1. I am assuming that you’ve already setup PHPstack application on Cloudways with Symfony installed, but if you haven’t, follow this installation guide.

They briefly talk about the REST HTTP verb types and what kind of actions they relate to. With that defined the tutorial then gets into the requirements including the installation of two bundles: JMSSerializerBundle and NelmioCorsBundle. From there examples of configuration changes, commands to make users and execute migrations on the local database are included. With this system set up they include sample code for each HTTP verb type letting you perform the actions on the User entity (create, read, update and delete).

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/24354

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Cloudways Blog: How To Create Simple Rest API In Symfony 3.1

Cloudways Blog: How To Create Simple Rest API In Symfony 3.1

The Cloudways blog has posted a new tutorial helping you get up and running quickly with a simple REST API written using the Symfony framework. In the article they not only explain how to create the API but also include a bit of REST theory for those not completely familiar with the terms and functionality involved.

Symfony is fast becoming the favourite framework among developers for rapid application development. And despite releasing Symfony 3.1 and 3.2 in the previous quarter, they are still introducing many changes and upgrades. If you’re still using the previous versions, you must upgrade Symfony Framework to the latest and stable version 3.1.

Yes! We know that Symfony is one of the best frameworks to develop rest API, so in this article we will make simple rest API in Symfony 3.1. I am assuming that you’ve already setup PHPstack application on Cloudways with Symfony installed, but if you haven’t, follow this installation guide.

They briefly talk about the REST HTTP verb types and what kind of actions they relate to. With that defined the tutorial then gets into the requirements including the installation of two bundles: JMSSerializerBundle and NelmioCorsBundle. From there examples of configuration changes, commands to make users and execute migrations on the local database are included. With this system set up they include sample code for each HTTP verb type letting you perform the actions on the User entity (create, read, update and delete).

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/24354

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