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Slim 3 Tutorial

Let's take a look at how we can use Slim 3 to write a basic web application. In this tutorial we are going to explore how to write Actions in Slim using PSR-7.

Written by Glenn Eggleton on Tuesday January 26, 2016
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Slim 3 Request Content Type

The encoding type of your request matters. In Slim 3 we try to support a wide variety of different formats to make sure you don't have to. I want to take some time to demystify how this process works. Let's take a look.

Written by Glenn Eggleton on Tuesday February 2, 2016
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Slim 3 Circuit Breakers - Failing gracefully

Recently at work I have run into a few small problems with our infrastructure. Occasionally one of my VPS's timesout when contacting an external mail server. Since this happens maybe two or three times a month, it has been incredably hard to trace.

Written by Glenn Eggleton on Friday February 19, 2016
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Slim 3 Controllers and Actions

In this article we will take a look at how we can use Slim to create an MVC pattern. Later we will learn how to modify our Controller and create different Actions.

Let's get started.

Written by Glenn Eggleton on Thursday January 28, 2016
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PSR-7 Permissions

One of the hardest things to do in a web application is to lock certain users to certain functions. Anyone who has tried to DIY their own ACL list or permission structure can attest to it becoming a giant nightmare because Sally in accounting needs this report and that report, but not these other 5, but maybe in the future she might. *LE SIGH*

Written by Glenn Eggleton on Tuesday January 26, 2016
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