Adding all the required tools like PHPUnit, PHPMD and phpDox in their matching versions to a project used to be a lot of repetitive work: Started by finding the download URL, figuring out what the actually correct and matching version is followed by verifying the SHA1 and GPG signatures and making the archive executable. And of course you’d have to repeat this very thing for every tool needed.

Alternatively, you could have used composer. Only to clutter your project’s dependencies with the ones of your tools. And fight their potential dependency conflicts.

No more! Now you can rely on PHIVE to install and manage your project’s tooling needs without all the hassle and without cluttered dependencies!


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Sander Mangel at 11:08 on 22 Sep 2017

would like to have seen a bit more practical applications maybe. the tool looks potentially interesting but the talk felt a bit like a product presentation. did very much like the interaction between the 2 presenters.

Sanro Keil at 15:29 on 23 Sep 2017

Interesting tool

Marcel Lamm at 15:02 on 25 Sep 2017

solid talk, interesting alternation between both speakers