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Jeff Carouth's Blog:
Micro Framework and JavaScript Applications
July 06, 2012 @ 14:26:48

Jeff Carouth has posted some of his thoughts about the PHP micro-framework and Javascript combination (following a recent presentation on the subject).

As I mentioned, I was accepted as a speaker at LoneStarPHP 2012 to give a session on MicroPHP Framework and JavaScript Applications. The session went reasonably well and I received some decent feedback both at the conference and on joind.in. I will address a couple issues with the talk to, hopefully, inspire you as I intended with this talk.

He talks about some of the things that need fixing about his presentation (like the lack of time to get into the needed depth) and how his talk should "inspire the attendees" to create apps with this powerful combination. His goal was to describe the use of the micro-framework (Slim) as a RESTful interface into your application, not to make the application inside of it.

He also mentions that maybe making an introduction to the MicroPHP Manifesto and describing how to use a framework that applies to it in one shot might have been too much.

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