There is 1 book which has 130 pages and it's basically a quick overview of Phalcon, not very much in depth coverage and explanation of what's going on in the code etc.
Then there is one average video tutorial from Jesse Boyle and although some things are nicely explained, many of the basic stuff he has no idea how it works and some things didn't work at all.
And that's pretty much it.
Yes, there are a few benchmarks and blogposts like Laravel vs Phalcon/Best framework 2014... and some tips how to install Phalcon on Ubuntu server etc. However, I don't see any interviews, insights from authors and in general it seems that Phalcon is still not ready for production. The community is pretty small (both here and on Stackoverflow).
Could somebody explain to me why the Phalcon team is not pushing this great framework little more to the public eyes?
I don't get it? Is it because it has still a lot of unresolved issues like hash problem? Or is it something else?
It's been 2 years and still no major take off ;)
Do developers of Phalcon abandon their little Phalcon because of the frustration and problems that have arise?