So, you've delved into writing your own Chrome extension. Maybe you've even already made one, but you still have a question: How can I use more current technology to to this? Well, as it turns out, it only takes a few extra steps!
So, I started work on a personal project of mine that I wanted to be able to use Memcached. The project is using the Symfony2 PHP framework, so I decided to look around a little bit to see if I could find a bundle that does what I needed.
I stumbled upon the LswMemcacheBundle at first, and it looked quite nice, having features like Anti Dog Pile, and Profiling attached to the Web Profiler Toolbar. I started looking at the code however, and it had a lot of bloat that I didnt want, some of the terminologies werent right, and it was missing a feature that I wanted. So I took it and decided to write my own.
So now, I give you the AequasiMemcachedBundle! This takes a lot of the core logic, and features of the LswMemcacheBundle, but removes the ability to use the Memcache extension, and the compatibility with Memcached versions below 2.0.
To install this bundle, check out the source here, and follow the instructions in the readme.