Learn how to make sure PHP is available and running on a Mac.
- [Narrator] Composer, the dependency manager for PHP…also runs on PHP itself, so before we get going,…you need to make sure you actually have PHP installed…and running on your computer.…If you're on a Mac, a version of PHP is installed…and should be running in the background.…To see this in action, you can open terminal by hitting…Cmd space and then typing in terminal…and then typing in the following command,…php -v.…Hit return and this should give you information…about the current PHP version running on your computer,…in my case, PHP 5.6.30.…
If you see this, you're ready to move forward.…If you don't see this, you need to manually install PHP.…If you want to manually install PHP on your Mac…or you want to install a different version of PHP,…the best place to start is the website…found at PHP-osx.liip.ch.…Here, you'll find installers for all versions of PHP,…as well as instructions on how to get them running…on your computer.…This falls well outside the scope of this course…but if you want to upgrade the version of PHP on your…
- Running PHP
- Installing Composer
- Finding packages
- Using packages in your code
- Using Composer with version control
- Updating packages
Skill Level Beginner
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