A Guide to Composer for WordPress

A Guide to Composer for WordPress • WPShout

I mentioned in my recent article about Git Subtree that I think the whole workflow is probably better managed with Composer. And that while I abstractly think that Composer is great idea for WordPress projects, I don’t particular feel ready to use it in earnest.

That doesn’t mean I’m not interested in studying the topic though. And for that purpose I think you can do a lot worse than this fairly-complete and opinionated guide to the process from Vladimir Apostolski over at Time2Hack.

I will admit: I’m still not totally sold. And especially the Laravel Envoyer stuff made me even less sure I Want to solve these problems this way. But I really appreciate someone smart walking through how they do it. And I won’t stop looking ?

Keep reading the article at WPShout. The article was originally written by David Hayes on 2020-05-06 13:35:29.

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