I had the privilege of doing a workshop at WordCamp Cape Town 2017 on Composer and WordPress. I covered how we can use Composer to manage WordPress projects and how we could create parity between the different environments we have (like development, staging and production).

Tools I used:

What I would have liked to have clarified before the workshop was that this was for entire project management and not managing a single plugins dependencies (something that I think I’m going to rather do at WordCamp Joburg 2017).

Here are my slides from the workshop, I hope they help and feel free to pop me questions you might have.

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1bRS-qfsWmUR0PGiYn4k1ev6l36N2GKmLL1IpV8MPuIw/edit?usp=sharing 

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I'm a passionate "Maker of Things" and build as often as I can. I build things with mainly with PHP and a little Javascript. View more posts

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