‘Composer’ Videos

  • Hans-Helge Bürger: Entwickler Workflow – Von Anfang bis Ende

    Hans-Helge Bürger: Entwickler Workflow – Von Anfang bis Ende

    WordCamp Nuremberg 2016Speaker: Hans-Helge Bürger

    April 21, 2016 — Hans-Helge liebt es, einen guten Entwicklungs-Workflow zu haben. Wenn alles eingerichtet ist und die Arbeit scheint einfach nur so zu flutschen. Doch leider war das bis letztes Jahr bei ihm noch nicht der Fall und so hat er sich aktiv auf die Suche begeben. Bei seiner Suche fand er allerdings keine guten Ressourcen, die wirklich mal von Anfang bis Ende alles gezeigt haben und das möchte er mit diesem Talk nun ändern. Dabei wird er nicht in jegliche Details gehen können, aber für interessierte Entwickler wird er natürlich alle Ressourcen und Links bereit stellen.

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  • Walter Ebert: WordPress verwalten mit Composer und Git

    Walter Ebert: WordPress verwalten mit Composer und Git

    WordCamp Nuremberg 2016Speaker: Walter Ebert

    April 21, 2016 — Die richtigen Werkzeuge erleichtern uns die Arbeit. Composer und Git machen vieles einfacher. Der Vortrag zeigt uns, wie wir Composer nutzen können, um WordPress (samt Plugins und Themes) zu installieren und zu aktualisieren. Kombiniert mit Git ergibt sich eine moderne Lösung für bessere Workflows und einfachere Deployments, insbesondere wenn wir im Team arbeiten oder unterschiedliche Umgebungen nutzen.

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  • Micah Wood: Using Composer with WordPress

    Micah Wood: Using Composer with WordPress

    WordCamp Atlanta 2016Speaker: Micah Wood

    April 8, 2016 — Composer is a command line dependency management tool designed for PHP.

    Come learn how Composer can help you:
    – Simplify new project creation
    – Minimize duplication of code in your project repositories
    – Quickly install and update plugins and themes in bulk
    – Manage versioning within your project
    – Follow best practices when reusing and managing code across projects

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  • Tom de Bruin: Using Composer to Manage WordPress

    Tom de Bruin: Using Composer to Manage WordPress

    WordCamp Manchester 2015Speaker: Tom de Bruin

    December 17, 2015 — I’ve been looking into using a more modern approaching to deploying and managing WordPress. Composer, dependency management, has taken the PHP world by storm and is a fantastic way to quickly set up a site and lock down versions of plugins as well as opening up an entire world of code repositories for use in your own plugins. Once you’ve tasted the power of Composer you can never go back.

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  • Sal Ferrarello: Getting Started with Composer

    Sal Ferrarello: Getting Started with Composer

    WordCamp Philly 2015Speaker: Sal Ferrarello

    November 18, 2015 — Your WordPress site likely involves a lot of third-party code that does not need to live in your Git repository. A dependency manager, like Composer, allows you to tie this third-party code into your work without adding it to your repo. Composer can be used in the context of your whole site or a single plugin or theme you are developing.

    We’ll cover how to install Composer and start using it today.

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  • Coen Jacobs: The Love-Hate Relationship Between Composer and WordPress

    Coen Jacobs: The Love-Hate Relationship Between Composer and WordPress

    WordCamp Netherlands 2015Speaker: Coen Jacobs

    October 20, 2015 — WordPress plugins have changed a lot over the last couple years. People who build larger scale websites, often try to push the boundaries of what WordPress is capable of. To make your WordPress plugins compatible with such larger websites, there are a couple things you need to be aware of. Performance testing, security checks and many other tools have become a standard best practice during development.

    In this presentation, Coen will guide you through the issues that WordPress is currently facing when it comes to adopting technologies like Composer in your WordPress plugins. Composer has become the number one package manager in the PHP world, but is near impossible to implement correctly in your WordPress plugins.

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  • Franz Josef Kaiser: How Your Personal Robot Army Lets You Play the Big Game

    Franz Josef Kaiser: How Your Personal Robot Army Lets You Play the Big Game

    WordCamp Prague 2015Speaker: Franz Josef Kaiser

    September 28, 2015 — Přednáška Franze Josefa Kaisera na téma How Your Personal Robot Army Lets You Play the Big Game.

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  • Developer PowerPack: Theme Customizer, SASS, and Composer with WordPress

    Developer PowerPack: Theme Customizer, SASS, and Composer with WordPress

    WordCamp Seattle 2015: Experienced EditionSpeakers: Merrill Mayer, Frederick Meyer, Kalen Johnson

    June 22, 2015 — Using the theme customizer – Merrill Mayer
    An overview of the theme customizer API and how to build it into your themes.

    Falling in Love with Sass for WordPress — Frederick Meyer
    Learn why Sass, the CSS preprocessor, is better than vanilla CSS for complex projects, based on two key qualities of Sass: 1. It’s DRYer, and 2. It’s dynamic. The talk describes these benefits with reference to a complex real-life client project: creating a user-managed WordPress theme generator, with widths, color scheme, typography, etc., all changeable as Sass variables, compiling to one clean custom CSS stylesheet with no extra “theme options” DB calls.

    Using Composer and WordPress — Kalen Johnson
    Composer has taken the PHP community by storm, allowing projects to easily integrate PHP packages with their projects. Although WordPress doesn’t (yet) use autoloading and Composer, that doesn’t mean we as developer’s don’t have to. We walk through what Composer is, how to use it, then see how we can integrate it with our own WordPress projects, whether that’s a theme, plugin, or an entire WordPress site.

  • Josh Pollock: Using Composer to Increase Your WordPress Development Powers

    Josh Pollock: Using Composer to Increase Your WordPress Development Powers

    WordCamp Atlanta 2015Speaker: Josh Pollock

    April 14, 2015 — Composer, the PHP dependency manager, is a simple tool that can make it easier for you to reuse your code across projects, speed up your plugin, theme and site development, use other people’s code more efficiently and can even improve your site deployments. In this talk you will learn how to add Composer to your projects, publish Composer libraries, use other developer’s open source Composer libraries, improve your site deployments and otherwise make your life easier.

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