Jonathan Scheiber

Jonathan Scheiber

Analyst Developer
I am a web developper specialized in backend development using Symfony. I sometimes write articles on my blog. Want to know more about me? You can browse my portfolio and online resume.
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My skills

I have more than 9 years of professional experience (more than 15 years including my personal experience) in websites development. I don't fear learning new languages & handling tools and frameworks. Want to know more about my experience? Check my online resume and project porfolio.

Symfony

I have more than 9 years of experience with Symfony, from version 1.4 to the current one.

PHP

My favorite language! :)

Databases

MariaDB, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Oracle, Access

ElasticSearch

What could be better for a fast & efficient search?

HTML5 & CSS3

Web development 101.

Sass & LESS

For better organized stylesheets.

Vanilla Javascript

After a few years juggling with jQuery and Backbone, a back to basics is always welcome.

Frameworks & libraries

jQuery, Foundation, Backbone or Bootstrap were, and still are for some, my allies.

Versioning

What would we be without versioning these days? Thank Git & SVN.

Server management

A bit of Debian server management on my spare time.

Other languages

Python, C, C++, C#, Java...

Payment systems

Ogone, Stripe, Paypal, Allopass...


Latest blog posts

Symfony CLI: let's discover advanced options!
Symfony CLI: let's discover advanced options!

Symfony CLI binary allows to start a local PHP server to run your application. Many interesting options are available: local domain, HTTPS... Let's discover undocumented options or options recently documented!

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EasyAdmin bundle: flash message after save
EasyAdmin bundle: flash message after save

By default, when creating content, EasyAdmin displays no message after creating, updating or removing entities. Let's see how to manage that :)

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My Taskfile configuration for Symfony
My Taskfile configuration for Symfony

Being reluctant to use Makefiles, I recently fell in love with Taskfile, which allows to do pretty much the same thing, but with a simpler syntax.

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