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How To Make Siri your Perfect Home Companion With Devices not Supported by Apple Homekit

Why Homekit? Homekit is a home accessories management framework developed by Apple. It allows Apple devices’ owners to control connected objects from different manufacturers using a single interface. It enhances Siri’s capability to interpret commands intended for those devices. Homekit is particularly interesting, over other connected objects protocols like Home Assistance, if you own an… Continue reading

Configure Xdebug and PhpStorm for a Vagrant project in 5 minutes

Warning: this article concerns php5 version. If your PHP version is different, replace php5 by php/X.Y in paths (X.Y is your PHP version) and phpX.Y in command. For example : sudo apt-get install php5-xdebug becomes sudo apt-get install php5.6-xdebug /etc/php5/mods-available/xdebug.ini becomes /etc/php/5.6/mods-available/xdebug.ini I love debuggers. They allow me to understand deep down in my code why… Continue reading

How to quickly improve Users “Loading” Experience?

29th October 2015, Amsterdam, Netherlands @Velocity Conf At the last VelocityConf (http://velocityconf.com/devops-web-performance-eu-2015) in Amsterdam, we attended a very interesting talk about waiting phases. You have an app. Everything works, but it’s slow and users are bored and some even leave. You can do a lot of things, but once you have used all your tips… Continue reading

JavaScript code to deal with Symfony form collections

Each time you use form collections in Symfony, you need to write some JavaScript. The cookbook If you don’t know what form collections are you won’t be interested in this article now. However you can read the cookbook out of curiosity and come back read this article later. Doing form collections with Symfony can be a tedious task because Symfony doesn’t… Continue reading