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Vulcain: HTTP 2 Server Push and the rise of client-driven REST APIs  12h35 22 novembre
Kévin Dunglas
Over the years, several formats have been created to fix performance bottlenecks of web APIs: the n 1 problem, over fetching, under fetching... The current hipster solution for these problems is to replace the conceptual model of HTTP (resource-oriented), by the one of GraphQL. It’s a smart network...
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Forum PHP 2019: Mercure - Real-Time for PHP Made Easy  14h31 25 octobre
Kévin Dunglas
Yesterday at Forum PHP 2019 I presented how easy it is to create real-time apps using PHP (among other languages) and the Mercure protocol. I also introduced the shiny and new Mercure website (designed by Laury S.) A special thanks to Eric Comellas who jumped on stage to explain how iGraal uses...
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API Platform 2.5: revamped Admin, new API testing tool, Next.js and Quasar app generators, PATCH and JSON Schema support, improved OpenAPI and GraphQL support  15h15 30 septembre
Kévin Dunglas
I’m very excited to announce the immediate availability of API Platform 2.5 API Platform is a set of standalone server and client components for building and consuming REST (JSON-LD, Hydra, JSON:API...) and GraphQL APIs. The server components use PHP and Symfony while the client-side components ...
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Mercure: Real-Time APIs for Serverless and Beyond  21h39 16 juillet
Kévin Dunglas
Here is the slide deck I presented during API Days SF 2019: Mercure is a protocol allowing to push data updates to web browsers and other HTTP clients in a convenient, fast, reliable and battery-efficient way. It is especially useful to publish real-time updates of resources served through web APIs...
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Using Next.js and Material UI Together  16h57 26 mai
Kévin Dunglas
Next.js is a convenient and powerful framework for React. Its main benefit over using React directly is its transparent support for Server-Side Rendering.Material UI is a very popular set of React components implementing Google’s Material Design guidelines. Both libraries are impressive, but there...
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Upcoming conferences: AFUP Day, Web2Day, API Platform Meetup and more   10h48 15 mai
Kévin Dunglas
During the spring I’ll speak at several tech events about my projects Mercure (Go), API Platform (PHP, server-side and JS, client-side) and Symfony Panther (PHP WebDriver): AFUP Day, May 17th in Lille Discover Symfony Panther, a brand new end-to-end testing tool using real web browsers for Symfony...
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React ESI: Blazing Fast SSR  11h50 24 avril
Kévin Dunglas
React ESI is a super powerful cache library for vanilla React and Next.js applications, that can make highly dynamic applications as fast as static sites. It provides a straightforward way to boost your application’s performance by storing fragments of server-side rendered pages in edge cache...
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SymfonyLive Paris slides] Symfony on steroids : Vue.js, Mercure, Panthe  09h18 29 mars
Kévin Dunglas
Thanks to the new capabilities of the web platform (web components, Progressive Web Apps...) and the rise of modern JS libraries (Vue, React, Angular) almost all modern Symfony applications must leverage the frontend ecosystem. Symfony 4 embed many gems that make it easy to integrate modern...
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Symfony and API Platform get push and real-time capabilities (Mercure protocol)  14h06 01 mars
Kévin Dunglas
Mercure.rocks is a brand new protocol allowing to push data updates to web browsers and other HTTP clients in a convenient, fast, reliable and battery-efficient way. It is especially useful to publish real-time updates of resources served through web APIs, to reactive web and mobile apps. Both...
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API Platform 2.4: MongoDB, Elasticsearch, Mercure, OpenAPI v3, CQRS with Symfony Messenger, HTTP 2 Push, improved React apps and more   16h45 18 janvier
Kévin Dunglas
I’m pleased to announce the immediate availability of API Platform 2.4 beta This new version is a huge one, that comes with a large set of new features. For newcomers, API Platform is a full-stack framework to develop in a breath high quality API-driven projects. Among other (lower level)...