Using PHP Composer in the Cloud for Joomla Development

If you have been using PHP for a while, you’re probably aware that Composer is the de facto standard for developers as it integrates others’ work and experience. Before the launch of Composer, it was an uphill battle to manage and share libraries in PHP; as a consequence, you had to develop and maintain every … Continued

New Tutorial: Using PHP Composer in the WordPress Ecosystem

When building a WordPress website, developers like you build a plethora of themes and plugins. In doing so, you frequently copy-paste the same code over and over again. It could be just to create your versions of available libraries. Every time you manually duplicate code – you increase the development time and reduce the time … Continued

New Tutorial: Your First PHP Prefixed Project

PHP Source Code in a Laptop

Following the launch of  PHP-Prefixer, we’re excited to share the first tutorial “Getting Started”! If you develop PHP projects with Composer, you’ll feel at home with this new guide. It walks you through the fundamentals of Composer project development by creating a simple project step-by-step. After completing the tutorial, you’ll prefix the “Getting Started” project … Continued

Welcome to PHP-Prefixer

PHP-Prefixer is a new and innovative service to apply prefixes to PHP libraries and projects. The main objective is adding a namespace or a prefix to the .PHP files. Let’s understand it using an example. This is a sample snippet of code using the Carbon library, an API extension for DateTime that supports 281 different … Continued