Here is starting point before you start this tutorial :
This works is just a simple web app using analytic style (I don’t know spesifically what it called) like belitung, it has some charts like pie charts, bar charts, searchable and sortable data, login system, and using real time data, I use Mariadb as the database. It’s still not finished yet, still so much todo, like create custom charts, custom reporting, custom templating, and easy depolyment. Still so much todo.
Who doesn’t know symfony components? Those components were great, like http, or twig bundle.
So, this slide will tell you everything, no need to create a new library if someone already create it 🙂
Here’s the slide :
First of all we must realize that resources aren’t included in the main AngularJS js file and we need to include angular-resource.js (it comes with Angular package). We don’t really need resources. We can create our http services with AngularJS without using this extra js file but it provides a very clean abstraction (at least for me) and I like it.
We’re going to create a simple application with CRUD operations in the table. In the example we…
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Last week Google announced the PHP support for Google App Engine (GAE). PHPStorm, the great IDE for PHP development, also announced support for Google App Engine PHP. Because of that now is time to hack a little bit with this new toy.
I’ve worked in a couple of projects with Google App Engine in the past (with Python). With PHP the process is almost the same. First we need to define our application in the app.yaml file. In our example we are going to redirect all requests to main.php, where our Silex application is defined.
To build a simple Silex application over Google App Engine is pretty straightforward (more info here). Because of that we’re going to go a little further. We are going to use the log-in framework provided by GAE to log-in with our Goggle account within our Silex application. In fact we can use the standard…
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