Tag: Composer

Blog post by Ivo Lukač • 8 Jul 2016

Improving our DevOps with Vagrant, Ansible, and PhpStorm

A long, long time ago we used only one tool for syncing development instances with production environments - FTP. Over the years, we at Netgen improved slowly but are still not where we want to be. The main problem is that we have many projects and clients with different infrastructure in type and size. It is very hard to consolidate the process in that situation. Here is what we have managed so far using Vagrant, Ansible, and PhpStorm.

Blog post by Mario Blažek • 18 Dec 2015

How to test with Behat

A very important, but often overlooked, part of a software development process is testing. The thing is, if you don’t test your website, it could happen that you deploy the finished product and don’t notice any existing bugs until the production. That would be a very unpleasant experience both for you and your client. Here is where Behat comes in handy.

Blog post by Ivo Lukač • 13 Nov 2015

A few thoughts about the Symfony framework and PHP in general

Although it is interesting to read bickering about PHP in the blog comments, forum threads, or Facebook group discussions, this post is not about comparing PHP with other languages. It is about an important factor that keeps PHP on the top - the frameworks. 

Blog post by Ivo Lukač • 6 Dec 2014

The eZ Publish Show #22: Introducing Composer

I had the privilege of hosting Jordi Boggiano, one of more important people in the PHP and Symfony communities. He showed his importance to the community a few days ago. Read on.