On 2 January 2007, after years of waiting, the first stable version of a revolutionary programming language called D appeared. It has been designed as the real successor of C. Its designer, Walther Bright, which is the author of the first native C++ compiler, created an epic language that I enjoyed since the first time I found it. In this post, I would like to see, where the language is after three years of existence.
Symfony is not just a framework, but also a collection of extra additional libraries. They do not depend on Symfony itself, so they can be easily deployed in third party projects. They are quite well designed and tested, which gives us more reliable software, and the opportunity for better cooperation with other third party components. One of the libraries is Event Dispatcher focusing on so-called event-driven programming paradigm. In this post, we will see how to use it in our projects.