Include Composer In Your PHP Projects
This course is designed for those interested to learn the basics of Composer and be able to leverage existing code to speed up your own development.
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At the core of PHP development is a deep understanding of how to leverage existing code to speed up your own development. In this course, you will learn how to find and include third-party code using Composer. This will dramatically improve your time to market, by allowing you to use the best of breed software to solve common problems. First, you will learn how to include third-party code. After that, you’ll take on learning how to manage internal dependencies. You’ll finish up the course with an understanding of how to autoload your own code with Composer. When you are finished with this course, you will have a thorough understanding of one of the key tools in the PHP ecosystem: Composer.
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have learned about Composer and understand this key tool in the PHP ecosystem.
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Section 1 - Introduction
Core Problems Composer Solves
Composer Vs. PECL-Pear
Your First Composer Project
Section 2 - Including Third Party Code
The composer.json File
Understanding Semantic Versioning
The Composer.lock File
Finding Packages With Packagist
Section 3 - Autoloading Your Code
Autoloading Code Without Composer
Autoloading With Composer
Under The Hood
Section 4 - Composer Scripts
Using Composer Events
Section 5 - Publishing Your Own Composer Package
Overview Of Publishing Packages
How To Publish A Package
Versioning And Releases
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