- [Narrator] That wraps up this brief introduction…to Composer.…Now that you've got your bearings, it's time to start…using Composer to manage your own project dependencies.…Many advanced PHP frameworks and applications rely…on Composer for package management, so chances are…you'll encounter a Composer as you watch other courses…around PHP.…What we've covered here are just the basics.…For more in depth information about advanced features in…Composer, including how to create and publish…your own Composer packages, go check out the documentation…at getcomposer.org.…
I love hearing from you about how you're using…what you've learned in my courses and I'm curious to know…how Composer fits into your workflow.…You can find me on Twitter, @Morten 'cause that's my name.…I talk about web design, the internet, politics,…and dancing.…Send me questions, comments, or suggestions…and I'll be sure to respond.…You can also follow me on LinkedIn and read my articles…on LinkedIn Pulse.…Now, all that's left for me to say is…(speaking foreign language), go manage your PHP…
- 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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