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Taking advantage of the ZF2 modular architecture

Zend Framework 1 had modules. Their name is pretty much everything Zend Framework 2 modules share with them, though. The whole framework architecture has been rewritten to encourage software reuse and extension. In this talk I’ll share our experiences on ZF2 module creation and usage.

Zend Framework 2 and Symfony2: The perfect team

The next generation of frameworks is upon us, and now that they’re more decoupled and component-based than ever before and use the same standard for naming and autoloading, there is no reason to stick to a single framework for your projects. During this session, we will go through several ways of combining Zend Framework 2 […]

Elastic Searching with PHP

I will give an introduction to elasticsearch (http://www.elasticsearch.org) and two ways to use it with PHP. First by directly using the php library elastica (http://elastica.io/en) and second by using the Symfony 2 bundle FOQElasticaBundle (https://github.com/Exercise/FOQElasticaBundle)

Build a Zend Framework 2 application in less than a talk

In this talk we present how to start and manage a new ZF2 application using ZFTool, the new command line tool provided in Zend Framework. We will start a new ZF2 application from scratch adding a couple of existing modules, in order to create a simple Blog application with an authentication system. The talk will […]

The why and the how of moving to 5.4

With PHP 5.4 out and many production environments still running 5.2 (or older), it’s time to paint a clear picture on why everyone should move to 5.3 and 5.4 and how to get code ready for the latest version of PHP. In this talk, we’ll migrate an old piece of code using some standard and […]

PHP 5.5 new features

PHP 5.5 is on its way! This talk will show you what new features we added in PHP5.5. We’ll then talk about Generators, new password hashing API, finally keword… Also, we’ll see what new functions/methods has been added in Core or extension as well as what’s been deprecated and the backward compatibility breaks. This talk […]

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