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NomadPHP pizza meetup

As a special meetup, we will be participating in a NomadPHP session! This will be a live session (remote) at the office of Future500 B.V.

There is one catch: If you attend, you consent to receiving (at least) one NomadPHP newsletter - so we will be asking for your email address :-)

*special notice*

The Nomad sessions are usually not free. Because we have been sponsored by NomadPHP, I'm donating the usual fee ($10) to Phil Sturgeon in Braking Aids. Anyone who feels so inclined, donate to a charity of your choice!


Schedule


• 19:00 - 19:50: Welcome with drinks & pizza

• 19:50 - 20:00: Intro by SweetlakePHP

• 20:00 - 21:00: Hypermedia ALL THE THINGS! by Luke Stokes

• 21:00 - 21:15: Break

• 21:15 - 21:30: Announcements, Feedback

• 21:30 - ??:??: Networking and drinks


Hypermedia ALL THE THINGS! by Luke Stokes

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You may have been told you’re doing REST “wrong,” but you don’t know why. You may have heard the term “Hypermedia API,” but you’re not really sure what that means. You may also know quite a bit about APIs, but want to see an API that’s done “right.” If so, this talk is for you. We’ll explore FoxyCart’s API move from POX to HATEOAS and some new ways of documenting and thinking about Hypermedia APIs.


About Luke StokesCo-founder and core developer of FoxyCart.com which is an ecommerce shopping cart system built in PHP by developers for developers. Founded in 2007, we serve users around the world and process millions of dollars in transactions each month. With a remote team and a passion to serve customers, I have a real-world perspective on boot strapping a versioned software as a service startup company.

Sponsors

Future500TransIP, NomadPHP



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  • Hans de R.

    Looks interesting! I'll be at DrupalCon in Prague however!

    August 28, 2013

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