Coding Exercises: The Hampton Road PHP Website, Part 2!

We started working on the website together during the last exercise session and will continue to do so in this session. We will be working with some Zend Framework 2 concepts and common design patterns.

Prerequisites:

• Some knowledge of OOP principles

• Some MVC framework experience

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  • Reese

    Much as I want to attend, I don't think you guys would appreciate sitting in a small room with someone who is sniffling, sneezing, and coughing at random but frequent intervals. Sorry guys. If anyone happens upon a cure for the common cold...

    May 15

  • Guillermo A. F.

    We're meeting upstairs again, folks!

    May 14

  • Allen T.

    I won't be able to make it but if you guys need any help with the website let me know.

    May 13

  • Tyler S.

    In regards to a twitter module:
    I have been looking at some twitter libraries on packagist, and most of them are very similar. The ones that I have looked at are pretty much curl wrappers where you submit all of your twitter client data (tokens and customer keys), the endpoint you are trying to hit, and they do the rest. I think this library is the one we should go with: https://github.com/j7mbo/twitter-api-php. It seems almost too simple, but since it allows us define our endpoints we are not restricted to the data we can get from twitter. This other one uses guzzle, and requires less configuration: https://bitbucket.org/hampel/twitter/src/f45beb8e18e0?at=master but it only lets us get twitter feeds per user (our design includes getting feed from hrphp mentions and hashtags). We could choose that one and add to it, to contribute as a group.

    May 12

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