Symfony 5 RESTful API, quick intro for beginners

During this quick intro guide, you’ll easily learn the main principles of building a RESTful API, making use of the framework called Symfony, version 5.1.0, which you’ll already know, at least by name.

Symfony the PHP framework

This article follows another one with the same topic, this time we’ll be discussing the latest Symfony stable version, actually. It has been released this November of 2020, and it will be supported till July 2021.

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Minimal Symfony Rest API Tutorial

In this tutorial I’m gonna show you some basic tricks which will allow you to write a simple RESTful API, or at least to begin to.

If you read this previuos tutorial you’ll be aquainted with Symfony‘s CRUD operations and it’s gonna be easy for me to tell you how to proceed.

Symfony the web framework

The first thing you’re gonna have to do is to setup your environment, to do that I advice you to install Xammp in order to have PHP and MySQL working on your machine.

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Quick RESTful API with Node.js Express and DocumentDB

In this episode we’ll be continuing our journey through Node.js, looking at a simple and minimal RESTful API example with the help of Express to build it, and DocumentDB for our persistence.

The old plain JavaScript language

If you haven’t done before, take a look at this tutorial which is conceptually similar, except for the fact that persistence this time is based on a MongoDB engine, hosted on AWS, and it’s called DocumentDB.

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Xiaomi Mi the new era of Mobile Phones

After President Trump ban of Huawei, there seem to be less alternatives on the market than ever before. Protectionism of any kind could not be of any good for anyone.

Android has given us the possibility to access to mobile computing at a cheap price, have different prices combined with a good variety of models with different features. It is a standard and it’s free for all of us.

All we have a Mobile Phone

But what if we put global economy into the picture? The result is that we’ll all have to switch our preferences when it comes to mobile phones.

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