Sylius community in Switzerland is growing fast, so make sure to attend this event and meet fellow developers you might already know from Sylius’ Slack. Agenda covers some great Sylius & Symfony talks with a huge focus on API. New projects will be announced, so make sure to attend the meetup or see the live stream!
Speakers set includes our Core Team Member – Łukasz Chruściel, Sylius Leading Partner BitBag CEO – Nicholas Kroll, Lead Developer of our great Customer JobCloud AG – Pascal Münst.
One of the talks at this meetup will be a presentation of Gatsbylius by Matéo Zanibelli (Occitech). It will be an opportunity to promote and gather feedback regarding the integration of Sylius (ShopAPI) and GatsbyJS, supported by a CI from Github Actions.
Kudos to our Premium Partners Emagma & Tataragne Interactive for sponsoring the event!
The 2nd official Symfony Meetup in India is being organized again by Webkul agency. Sylius Founder Paweł will share his experience in creating your own application code using bundles in Symfony, including Sylius.
Speaker of the evening: Max Pesch (from our great customer Brille24) on “Showcasing Sylius”:
Sylius is a modern open source e-commerce framework that is ready to use for large and small businesses. Since the base is Symfony, it is highly customizable and very easy to expand. In this lecture I will introduce the basics of Sylius. How to use it and what are best practices.
Our Solution Partner Webgriffe will represent us at Netcomm Forum Nord-Est in Padova, Italy on December 5. Make sure to approach their stand to talk about Sylius or attend the workshop run by Webgriffe’s CEO Cristian Galletti.
As every year the number of Sylius fans present at SymfonyCon is growing, we’ve decided to make it official this time.
If you are at the conference in Amsterdam, make sure to join our core team members Łukasz and Mateusz for a beer and meet other Sylius Community folks you know from our Slack!
We’re meeting on Friday at Belushi’s at 6 pm. Follow our Twitter to be up to date. 😉
We’re proud to announce that for the second year in a row, Sylius Core Team Members Łukasz and Mateusz will be leading a workshop “Create an eCommerce website with Sylius” on November 19. There are still free seats available! Here is the description:
Working with Symfony and looking for an eCommerce solution? Cheer up! There is a software that can perfectly meet your needs. Sylius is the only e-commerce framework entirely based on Symfony (with Symfony 4 and Flex support), crafted with clean code and BDD. Join us and see that eCommerce development can be easy and fun. During the workshops, we will together start with vanilla Sylius configuration and customize it to our needs. After the workshops, you will have a good insight into Sylius structure and its core concepts. The course is intended for Sylius newcomers with Symfony knowledge.
What’s more, Łukasz will give a presentation “Everything you wanted to know about Sylius, but didn’t find time to ask” at 14:50, November 22, Track Beginner.
Sylius is an open-source eCommerce platform based on Symfony 4, which reached version 1.6 last September. Is there any reason why should you check Sylius if you are not developing eCommerce websites? What are the reasons to choose Sylius? For who is Sylius designed for? I will answer these questions and give some insight over the newest changes in the platform.
And that’s not everything yet… 😉
On Friday, November 15, our Core Team Member & Trainer Łukasz Chruściel will lead a workshop “Sylius – eCommerce solution tailored to your needs”. It will cover the following topics: basic shop development, grouped products configuration, knowledge of CRUD API and creating your own CRUD, SyliusResourceBundle, SyliusGridBundle, SyliusFixturesBundle, State Machine component in Sylius and more. The workshop will be held in Polish.
The largest Magento community association in France organizes weekly hackathons every year. One of the projects created this time was “Gatsbylius“. A group led by Maxime Huran from our Partner agency Monsieur Biz and Pierre Martin from Front Commerce (the eCommerce PWA made with React and GraphQL) developed “The fastest shop on earth” using Gatsby (frontend framework for React developers) and Sylius.
See more on OpenGento’s Twitter!
Our German Partner punkt.de is organising a first PHP Usergroup meetup in Karlsruhe dedicated to Sylius. Agenda:
Make sure to be there if you live nearby!