How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Composer


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Anonymous at 10:35 on 19 Nov 2015

Anonymous at 10:44 on 19 Nov 2015

Fine introduction, would have liked to see an example of bridging a puli library to a framework.

Anonymous at 10:51 on 19 Nov 2015

The idea is great. However, at this point it still won't be practical, I suspect, for most agencies to build/test their packages across multiple platforms. It ended up being a plug for Puli, which is great in itself, but I would have liked to see it be more practical. Perhaps it is just because Puli is too young? I think it would have been good with more general, practical, how-to-code with a more global perspective and then reference to Puli some. Just my thoughts.

Anonymous at 11:05 on 19 Nov 2015

Clearly a passion for the speaker - and a somewhat noble one - but the content seemed repetitive as if more of pleading than informing. I would have liked to have gotten more information on implementations (like Symfony's puli bundle/bridge) and how to help get other frameworks involved given the audience here. Otherwise feel like the efforts should be more focused to PSR work.

Anonymous at 11:29 on 19 Nov 2015

Excellent talk! The topic isn't really ready for code examples yet - it's definitely a conversation the community needs to have first. I hope to see more talks about this subject in 2016 as it evolves.

Anonymous at 11:39 on 19 Nov 2015

Anonymous at 11:27 on 21 Nov 2015

An interesting introduction to Puli and I'm excited to see where the project goes. I was a misled by the title though; I thought it would be an introduction or a "guide" for creating and using packages with Composer, aimed at folks using older practices to manage dependencies...