Composer: Getting Started

Composer is the de-facto standard in the PHP community for including third-party code and autoloading your own code. This course will take you from beginner to expert with Composer in just over an hour.
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Composer is the de-facto standard in the PHP community for including third-party code and autoloading your own code. This course will take you from beginner to expert with Composer in just over an hour.
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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, Composer: Getting Started, 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 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. Software required: PHP.
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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, Composer: Getting Started, 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 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. Software required: PHP.
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Level
Beginner
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Duration
1h 7m
Updated
29 Sep 2016
Course authors

Jonathan is a Director of Engineering at Wayfair, where he helps create the best place to buy anything for your home. Previously he ran engineering at Attend, and before that he was a senior software engineer at Etsy, where he focused on solving web performance and scalability challenges.

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