Here's a popular pattern for diverging and dynamically calling a method based on an event, instantly cleaning up huge lists of conditionals.
It's not a framework, it's an awesome project structure built from the ground up. Routing, service providers, powerful database integration, authentication, validation, flash messages and so much more.
Let's roll our own multi-app realtime server, much like Pusher. We'll code this from the ground up, with the ability to push to public and privately authenticated channels.
This app lets you choose a specific frequency (day, date and time), then sends you repeat reminders through the Telegram messenger app. I built this for myself and use it every day, so let's build it again together!
Ever wondered how dependencies are automatically injected into a class? Let's build our own simple container with autowiring from scratch, and find out.
Need to run tasks every Friday at 5pm? How about daily, or every ten minutes? In this course, we're building a task scheduler from the ground up without a framework.
New to realtime? Ratchet provides a solid base for developing realtime applications. We'll set everything up and then build a chat application with Vue.js.
Going back to raw PHP, let's test and build an event dispatcher. We'll cover test-driven development, mocking, the PHP reflection API and the observer pattern.