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Goodbye controllers, hello request handlers

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Aggregated on Friday September 22, 2017 - Permalink

A lot has changed in the PHP landscape over the past years. We started using more design patterns and things like the DRY and SOLID principles. But why are we still using controllers? If you have worked on large applications before, you might have noticed that you end up with bloated controllers sooner or later. Even if you use repositories or service classes to extract logic from the …

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Speed up PhpStorm with Nyan Cat

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Aggregated on Thursday September 28, 2017 - Permalink

Tired of waiting on those boring PhpStorm progress bars? Install this Nyan Cat progress bar plugin and make waiting fun again!

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List outdated composer packages

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Aggregated on Friday April 29, 2016 - Permalink

It has been more than a year since I opened a GitHub issue on the composer repository to propose an outdated command. It took a while, but we finally got what we asked! Vincent "Vinkla" Klaiber wrote a great blog post about how to use the new command with all available flags, go check it out: https://medium.com/@vinkla/find-outdated-packages-with-composer-968828c1d80a Because I was …

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Goodbye controllers, hello request handlers

Written by jenssegers.be - Published on jenssegers.be
Aggregated on Friday September 22, 2017 - Permalink

A lot has changed in the PHP landscape over the past years. We started using more design patterns and things like the DRY and SOLID principles. But why are we still using controllers? If you have worked on large applications before, you might have noticed that you end up with bloated controllers sooner or later. Even if you use repositories or service classes to extract logic from the …

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Goodbye controllers, hello request handlers

Written by jenssegers.be - Published on jenssegers.be
Aggregated on Friday September 22, 2017 - Permalink

A lot has changed in the PHP landscape over the past years. We started using more design patterns and things like the DRY and SOLID principles. But why are we still using controllers? If you have worked on large applications before, you might have noticed that you end up with bloated controllers sooner or later. Even if you use repositories or service classes to extract logic from the …

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Goodbye controllers, hello request handlers

Written by jenssegers.be - Published on jenssegers.be
Aggregated on Friday September 22, 2017 - Permalink

A lot has changed in the PHP landscape of the past years. We started using more design patterns and things like the DRY and SOLID principles. But why are we still using controllers? If you have worked on large applications before, you might have noticed that you end up with bloated controllers sooner or later. Even if you use repositories or service classes to extract logic from the …

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