Automating “Implemented methods” for a web based API

In my leedsphp talk last week I mentioned making a developer (and consumers) life easier by automatically implementing the allow methods functionality that your API may expose (e.g. you call PUT on a URL that only allows GET or POST). I did have an example slide there showing how to implement but I thought I’d posted a bare bones controller here that shows how it works. abstract class ApiController extends Zend_Rest_Controller { /** * Default head action. * * @internal * @return void */ public function headAction() { ob_start(); $this->getAction(); ob_get_clean(); } /** * Default get action. * * @internal … Continue reading

#leedsphp talk slides uploaded

Finally got around to uploading my slides (sorry for the delay!) for my talk at leedsphp on Monday 18th. They are now available online at http://www.slideshare.net/wadewomersley/building-a-horizontally-scalable-api-in-php