Today I was looking on what’s new in PHP 7.1 and I realized that things might be interesting also for you. If you want to play arround you can go and download the Rasmuss Lerdorf’s vagrant machine from here. Follow the installation steps and you’ll be all set up.
I’m sure you’re having fun working on your project until your boss comes and tells you to that there is a bug on live and you have to fix it a.s.a.p.
You will think, Oh crap! I’m half way through this functionality, I can’t
commit this now. What should I do?
When we are working with git, it’s always a good idea to use branches to encapsulate our work until we finish the development. Up until now we had worked only into the base branch named
master but it’s time to learn how to make our own branches.
All we have to do to is to create a branch, create commits to that new branch and when we are ready we can merge it back into the
Composer is from my point of view one of the most important actor when we’re talking about a modern php application.
When you start a new project you need an easy way to track your changes and I want to introduce you to GIT. In this post I will just talk about the basics of it.
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