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Package management. No really. How hard can it be?

We had a little discussion at work some time ago, again, involving package management. No, I’m not talking about the .deb versus .rpm debate. I am talking about source dependencies for JavaScript and PHP projects. But the problem holds equally well for OS package management or build dependencies. Currently, we are using a fine blend […]

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Composer local package mirroring: Press the pedal to the metal.

In my previous blog post, I told you about hosting local package repositories for composer. Me, or to be honest, my colleagues, weren’t too excited about the performance gains. So I decided to dig in a bit deeper.

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Composer: create a local package repository to improve speed

When you’re developing a lot of symfony projects with a relatively large set of dependencies, sooner or later you’ll get annoyed by performance issues. By default, composer uses packagist.org to get package metadata (what versions are available and where to get them from). All packages are part of packagist.org by default, but 9 times out […]

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PHP: We are getting slow and sluggish, and we’re lazy and arrogant about it.

In my most recent blog, I wrote about how I feel that too much of the world’s logic is coming onto the shoulders of PHP, these days. Today, I’m will be showing you why and how PHP’s powers could be harnessed better and more. We, as PHP web developers, should be absolutely fully aware that […]

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