Playing with trait's to make autoconstructs in PHP
I have recently for the first time in a while being playing with a bit of Java. One of the library on the project was lombok.
What this library allows is to generate getters & setters during compilations thanks to annotations. This is very often done in php with the magic methods (http://php.net/manual/en/language.oop5.magic.php).
What lombok also allows is to create constructors automatically, again with a simple annoation. This is great and is something I have never seen in PHP.
Why is it practical to have constructors genetated automatically ?
When extending an existing cla
Building a Simple PHP-ETL
Anyone of you fallowing my github might have seen that I have recently created a new library : PHP-ETL
Recently I had a did a few repetitive projects, all of them consisted of transforming a csv file. I ended up identifying these repetetive tasks.
Transformation : I identified the transformations very early in the process, and coded the RuleEngine a while ago.
Grouping : On a few of the occasion I ended up having to group multiple lines of the csv file into one line. This I had todo to create configurable products from variants for exemple.
Multiple destination : Quite often wh
Akeneo 2.0 - An alpha at it's best
I have been working with akeneo 2.0 for a few month now and I can say it has been a lot of frustrations.
I will try to balance this article with nice new features in Akeneo 2.0 but not sure I will be able to balance much.
First of all let’s talk about “the” main feature in this 2.0, variations. Indeed the variaiton modelisation is much better. Using the interface is easier and variations can be found easily without much issue.
If you have watched any of the Akeneo videos you will see how well it looks and seems to work. But here is where the dream ends,
Mysql, the limit's of the offset
I was in conversation with a friend the other day, and we were talking about exporting by batch big quantities of data. I am not sure how we ended up talking about how using the "LIMIT".
There are a few mistakes people does when working with SQL and adding LIMIT s with an offset to their queries. A database allows us to query a database and have results rather fast; but some very simple queries can create performance issues. It s important to understand the basics of how things work to understand the issue.
In this article we will talk about the usage of the "LIMIT"
Grafana - Data visualization
I don t know if you ever heard of grafana, few people even in the computer industry has. Grafana is a great tool to visualise data. I have been using grafana for over a year now to have statistics on the usage of eXpansion. A tool I made for the Maniaplanet game.
More know to many people is Kibana, and indeed I also started there. I first used Kibana to make visualise statistics on the usage of eXpansion. But I realized very quickly that Kibana was not designed for that. Kibana is designed for logs monitoring; I could get nice graps showing me stats about the different versions of the tool
Assassin's Creed Origins
After a year of break AC is back. And this time we are going back way back in the past, into Egypt.
Agains public opinion I quite liked AC Unity & Sydicate which I thought was both good games; even throught they were not exceptional. Syndicate was better with both twins being more fun while Unity was quite dull.
But well compared to Black Flag, both remained unexceptional games. The main issue with both games was the story and the repetitive side quests. Black flag offered more diversity as the map represented a bigger area; but both Unity & Syndicate were in a single City and
eXpansion2 - Abandoning Doctrine & Going with Propel
Among the many things I try and manage at home one of my favorites ongoing projects is eXpansion2.
For those that doesen t know what it s about; it s a server controller for the Maniaplanet(Tracknmania) game. It connects to the games dedicated server and adds interfaces to manage the server as well as new features such as records. The controller runs as a deamon on the server.
eXpansion is a project we started a while back, been 5 years or maybe even more. The first version was based on a controller made by the game s developpers. The last version of the game has broken our controller a
Kerbal Space Program (KSP)
I am not sure why it took me so long to write a review about this game, that said I haven t written a review for Maniaplanet either. But that s another story. KSP is one of these games I never intended to actually play, I hadn t ever heard of it, and even if I had would see no reason to do play it
But one evening one of the twitch streames(braincage) I tend to watch started playing the game, at first I didn t think much of the game, braincage was discovering the game at it was hard to see any purpose to the game.
Not sure how, I ended up in AkinesisGaming s channel. At that time Aki wa
Akeneo 1.7 - OAuth
One of the wonders of Symfony is how easy it can be to add new features to existing systems. We are going to add OAuth support to Akeneo PIM which is a Symfony based php application.
In order to do this wer are going to use the awsome HWIOAuthBundle.
Have basic SF knowledge(and thefore composer...)
Have a working Akeneo 1.7 accessible from akeneo.local.com
Let s get going
Firs of all let s us install the hwiOAuthBundle,
composer require hwi/oauth-bundle
We shall now enable it in the `AppKernel`
Sonata, MongDB & Symfony 3.3 on PHP7.1
I wanted to know if it was possible to use Sonata with mMngodb. After some research I found out that it was indeed possible.
If there is one thing I love it s discovering new things, trying out new things. There is so much I would like todo, sadly weekends are to shorty for all the experiments I wish to run.
I would like to write about those experiments more often, but it takes quite a lot of time to write these articles; so usually I don t write much about it.
But getting mongodb sf3.3 with sonata working without a mysql server has been slightly more complicated then expected, becaus