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Everyone has Telegram nowadays. All of us use this messenger daily — it’s convenient, easy to use, intuitive, secure, and of course we all love stickers. Besides the personal messaging, we often use group chats — with family, friends and colleagues. In addition to live ordinary users, there are also bots in Telegram.
This article is intended to speed up and simplify the process of mastering the Postman tool basic functionality.
The company positions its product as an API development platform.
But why does everyone love Postman platform?
In the modern world of social media, each of us uses dozens of applications and websites every day. OAuth 2.0 identity provider is designed to simplify the authorization process and, as a result, make the lives of users easier and safer. The question arises — in which way?
In PhpStorm, there is a possibility to create Run/Debug Configurations and to run them from IDE. It allows the project participants to share common configurations using a ‘Shared’ flag in the settings. One of such operations is running unit tests in the course of development. Let’s discuss how to fine-tune this process by means of Docker.
There are situations when Symfony needs routing based on subdomains. For example, when we deal with various functional clusters within one project or one repository. Let’s say, when, apart from API, there is an administrative part written in Symfony bundles or some functionality for public access urls from the client-side.
Why do we need comments in code? How to write them? Where they are necessary and where they are not? How to comment code correctly? How to create the same documentation style for all members of the team? What are the tools for documentation generation? I will try to answer all the questions and share with you my ideas about this question.
Since its release date, Symfony 2.0 installation process and tools required for it have been changed and updated for several times. In this article we tell you how to install and set up a Symfony2 application.
When working on my small home project on Symfony2, I needed to deploy it on staging for testing API from the outside. Sure, you need some hosting for this purpose: either have it already or buy it. Yet there is an alternative — the cloud services where you can host your site for free but with limited resources. There are a lot of such services now and they are competing with each other. Somehow I decided to try Heroku. I heard about it a long time ago and at that point it crossed my mind. I didn’t look on other services, this time I just wanted to try my luck with Heroku. Fortunately, Heroku still has a free web hosting option so I started to search all the information needed for Symfony2 application deployment.
PHP-framework Symfony2 has a very nice component ParamConverter, which allows to convert parameters from URL into PHP variables. When the functionality that comes out of box isn’t enough, you should extend it manually. In this post I’ll show how to write your custom Symfony2 ParamConverter.
Hello everybody. Our studio has held another mini-conference Km Code'n'Coffee # 3 for IT people from Khmelnytskyi. This time the event took place in our new office. By the way, the office is spacious and modern — a perfect place for such gatherings. About 50 people attended the conference, among them Rudavskyi Roman.