Over the last five years, Composer has changed the way PHP developers work. It figures out which versions of our required libraries work together and installs everything for us, but if that's all you've ever used Composer for, you're missing out. Come learn how and when to use validation, autoload overrides, and other features you've never heard of.


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Randall at 20:59 on 14 Sep 2018

Your talk helped me understand much of the "why" things in Composer are the way they are... and class mapping is going to be on my list of things to implement this year.

Your slides were very good (thanks for sharing them) and your presentation was well-rehearsed.

Matt Trask at 06:40 on 15 Sep 2018

This was a great breakdown of what is one of the most crucial tools in our toolbox. Learned alot about how Composer handles dependency resolution and how it makes the autoloader.

I took this class because I had no idea about composer.
I have just transferred a website to eCommerce website to Magento 2 and get requests to change composer settings.
This talk really helped me understand more about composer.

Nour Akalay at 03:19 on 20 Sep 2018

This was a very actionable talk as the title suggests. I am not totally comfortable with Composer so I really appreciated that Patrick Schwisow made it easy to follow along. Good talk.