Sal Ferrarello: Getting Started with Composer

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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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dependency manager 3
Development Workflow 14

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