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Free Webinar on PHP Composer from php|Arch

  • Aug 8, 2012 · 10:00 AM

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Presenter : Rafael Dohms

As PHP projects grow and mature, so do their lists of dependencies and third party code. Managing all these external packages during development, and especially deployment, is not an easy task and can be very error prone. Enter Composer – a tool that allows you to keep a consistent list of dependencies and versions across your whole team and all your environments, managing and making discovery of new libraries a breeze. Let’s see how Composer can solve all your problems with a simple command line interface and a JSON configuration file.


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