Posts marked with “composer”

The Workshop: Producing Packages, Part Three

by · December 11, 2018

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Over the past two months we’ve been building PHP Easy Math a purposely simple example library to demonstrate how to build a reusable package for the PHP ecosystem. We’re going to cover triaging and managing issues users may open as well as pull requests to your library.

 

The Workshop: Producing Packages, Part Two

by · November 2, 2018

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Last month we started building PHP Easy Math, a small library which can be included in PHP projects to provide simple methods to do basic addition and subtraction. We’re using this as an example library to focus on what makes a library “good” we are less worried about the practical need for and usage of […]

 

Artisinal: Producing Packages, Part One

by · October 2, 2018

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PHP developers can now easily share their code for others to use. You can also easily bundle your application’s domain logic into a package to share between multiple projects. This month we are diving into creating PHP packages and ensuring our packages are held to a high standard of having tests, license information, and other […]

 

Navigating State – July 2018

by · July 2, 2018

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In this issue: State machines, workflows, parsing text, MySQL without SQL, Continuous Integration, self-hosted git, CakePHP, Password Authentication, Issue Tracking, Algorithms, and more.

 

Command and Control – June 2018

by · June 7, 2018

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Using events and command buses, self-hosted git, design workflows, parsing text, a look at CakePHP, Composer security, and more

 

Security Corner: Composing Application Security

by · June 6, 2018

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Package managers like Composer make it quick and easy to add third-party libraries to an application. Unfortunately, they can also make it easy to import code that’s not meant to run in production—and might intentionally expose certain vulnerabilities—if your development team isn’t careful.

 

Community Corner: My Picks From Packagist

by · May 1, 2018

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Most people are aware of how the Composer revolution came about, and the goal of getting everyone to play nicely together. For the most part, it seems to have worked, and more and more developers are coming on board with avoiding “Not Invented Here” and embracing the more than 1.2 million versions of packages available […]

 

Setting Up to Succeed – January 2018 issue

by · January 4, 2018

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Worker Queues, Async with Generators, and PHP Sessions in Depth, Hiring PHP Devs, Laravel Collections, Security & Logging, and more.

 

Talking Code – December 2017

by · December 4, 2017

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December 2017: Alexa skills, Chat bots, Machine Learning, Event Sourcing changes, PHP_CodeSniffer, PHP 7.2 w/libsodium and more.

 

Modern Magento – November 2017

by · November 6, 2017

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FREE issue! November 2017: Magento, Laravel Queues, Payment Gateways, PCI-DSS Compliance, PHP Frameworks and more.