Symfony has a very powerful built-in caching. You can use it directly by calling the default app cache and use it. You can use this a lot in your application in places where you access databases or accessing the web services. Have a great day 😊
Yesterday my colleague Dominick shared this website. I totally understand the frustration of the author of the website. This website is dedicated to all the developers who struggle to achieve the best score for their website. The best line I love about the site is below.. “Good design is as little design as possible.” –… Continue reading A perfect website with a perfect page score.
Couple of days ago I was doing some research to build / integrate chat module for one of our client’s app. The client wanted a simple chat application for their enterprise where each employee can chat easily with others in the company. Reinventing the whole wheel would cost a big fortune for developing and maintaining… Continue reading Messaging SDK and Chat API for Mobile Apps and Websites
The problem is due to my DNS, but is still funny as hell.
Flip’s own Head of Delivery, Paul A. Zwarts (aka Paz) has been a DJ and producer since the early 1990s. Having lived and played in Toronto, Amsterdam and Dubai, Paz now has teamed up with partner in crime Marko Ben-Aicha, aka Smokingroove. The dynamic duo have started their own record label called Mixtura Records which… Continue reading Digital Music Innovation at Flip