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Having fun with PSR-7

When I came up with the idea to build a PSR-7 based flat-file CMS I thought that it must be fairly trivial to build a static page exporter by simply "faking" requests and storing the resulting responses. Turns out I was right and this an quick recap of what I did ;)

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Verfasst von Stephan Hochdörfer am 25.07.2016 | 0 Kommentare

Hello addItEasy 0.1.0!

I was looking for a way to show how our libraries like Adrenaline, Pathfinder and Disco work in a "real world" application. I came up with the idea to build just another simple flat-file CMS. AddItEasy might be the first flat-file CMS based on a PSR-7 implementation which adds a nice touch: We can easily create a static file export from the content. That means that you do not need to upload addItEasy to your server, you can simply export the files and e.g. let GitHub host the static HTML pages.

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Verfasst von Stephan Hochdörfer am 19.07.2016 | 0 Kommentare

Announcing Adrenaline v0.1.0

In the course of polishing the Adroit v.0.4.0 release we realized that it would totally make sense to turn Adroit into an own separate (micro) web framework to be able to set up projects quickly. Whilst the focus of Adroit was to provide a PSR-7 compatible middleware for ADR we came up with the idea to create a separate package which we named Adrenaline.

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Verfasst von Peter Hildenbrand am 15.07.2016 | 0 Kommentare

Announcing Adroit v0.4.0

Over the course of the last few months we worked hard to improve our Adroit middleware. The result is the recently released version v0.4.0 which turned Adroit into a "real" ADR / PSR-7 middleware. We extracted the routing component into a separate package called Pathfinder and splitted "monolithic" middleware into smaller components. In addition to that we introduced the concept of several hooks to be able to add "custom logic" in between the execution of the different steps in the ADR workflow.

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Verfasst von Peter Hildenbrand am 12.07.2016 | 0 Kommentare

Announcing Pathfinder v0.4.0

In our attempt to convert parts of our own internal company framework into a set of open-source components we did not find a routing package that was fully PSR-7 compatible and was able to also generate uris based on the routing definitions. Initially the routing component was part of our Adroit middleware, a middleware focused on PSR-7 as well as the ADR pattern. During our attempt to turn Adroit into a (micro) web framework called Adrenaline we also extracted the routing component into a separate package.

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Verfasst von Peter Hildenbrand am 07.07.2016 | 0 Kommentare

Magento 2 Frontend Customer Force Login Module V1.2.0

Last week we released version 1.2.0 of our Magento 2 Force Frontend Customer Login module which is compatible now with the latest 2.1 version of Magento. You can download the release on Github or require it via Composer:

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Verfasst von Florian Horn am 04.07.2016 | 0 Kommentare

In-depth Disco introduction

One problem with releasing open-source components is that code is not the only thing you should care about. Without a decent documentation no one is able to use your component. Sad to say we are guilty as well, e.g. the documentation for Disco our annotation-based PHP Dependency Injection container lacks in in-depth documentation.

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Verfasst von Stephan Hochdörfer am 03.07.2016 | 0 Kommentare

Microservices@phpugrhh

Am 31.05.2016 trifft sich die PHP Usergroup Rheinhessen zum 41. Mal. Ich freue mich nach langer Abwesenheit wieder einmal dabei sein zu können und meinen Vortrag "Microservices: Klein, aber oho!" präsentieren zu dürfen.

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Verfasst von Stephan Hochdörfer am 14.05.2016 | 0 Kommentare

Magento 2 Frontend Customer Force Login Module V1.1.0

Today, we release version 1.1.0 of our Magento 2 Force Frontend Customer Login module. Thanks to the feedback of some users, we could improve the module setup.

Here are some of the enhancements:

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Verfasst von Florian Horn am 09.05.2016 | 0 Kommentare

Running a private Docker registry with Nexus 3

For quite a while I am looking for a private Docker registry server which is easy to set-up and fairly trivial to run in our IT infrastructure, e.g. being able to connect to our central LDAP server for user management. A few months back I realized that the next major version of Nexus will be able to host docker images. Since we already have a nexus instance running this seemed like a natural fit for us. Finally I found some time to play with the current M7 release which already offers the docker registry feature. 

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Verfasst von Stephan Hochdörfer am 06.05.2016 | 0 Kommentare