Configuring a Web Server

The preferred way to develop your Symfony application is to use Symfony Local Web Server.

Introduction to Service Worker - Progressive Web App Training

Service workers are at the core of PWA techniques for resource-caching and push notifications. This video shows you what a Service Worker is, what it can do, and explains the Service Worker

Totally Tooling Tips: Ta ta for now

The dynamic duo of Addy and Matt have one last episode before saying a fond farewell to everyone in the final Totally Tooling Tips episode.

Requirements for Running Symfony

You are browsing the Symfony 4 documentation, which changes significantly from Symfony 3.x. If your app doesn't use Symfony 4 yet, browse the Symfony 3.4 documentation.

JavaScript Symbols - HTTP203

Jake Archibald explains JavaScript Symbols to Surma in 2 minutes. What do you use them for!? Why!? All will be revealed... #HTTP203

Class-based Tree Shaking - HTTP203

Jake Archibald and Surma talk tree shaking in this episode of HTTP203. And show you some code! For the first time. Lovely.

Work Life Balance - HTTP203

In #HTTP203 Surma (@DasSurma) & Jake (@Jaffathecake) discuss how to hack the work-life balancing act.

Solving Clickjacking - HTTP 203

Clickjacking changed the way we have to interact with content from other sites, such as "like" buttons, but could Intersection Observer V2 come to the rescue?

List handler middleware in Zend Expressive PHP REST API

We make a List handler middleware in a Zend Expressive PHP REST API application for a project using Doctrine ORM in PhpStorm.

Progressive Web Apps: Intro and Setup

Welcome to the Progressive Web Apps course! This video provides a short introduction to the course, giving an overview of what topics and API’s are covered. The format of this course is simple: we show you something, you build stuff, and repeat!

6 Tips for Using Strings in Go

If you are coming to Go from another language like Ruby or Python there are a lot of changes to take in, and many of these revolve around the string type

Airbnb React/JSX Style Guide

This style guide is mostly based on the standards that are currently prevalent in JavaScript, although some conventions (i.e async/await or static class fields) may still be included or prohibited on a case-by-case basis.