PHP Library is a set of classes that contain the most useful attributes and methods that facilitate the development of Web applications
PHP Library is a set of classes that contain the most useful attributes and methods that facilitate the development of Web applications. Project is open-sourced under MIT licence on GitHub. Available over Composer and Packagist.
PHP Library League represents group of developers making everything about PHP Library to be even richer. Since main goal for this library is to stay as lightweight as possible, some of the functionalities for development and testing are created as separate projects.
- Demo: PHP Library demonstrations scripts
- Shell: PHP Library shell scripts
- Outsource: PHP Library outsource folder
- Assets: PHP Library official website assets
- Logos: PHP Library and PHP Library League logos
Every single one of these projects has detailed instructions on how to integrate them inside PHP Library. Pay close attention to match release version of PHP Library with release version of desired project.
There are two ways of using PHP Library. First one is to install it inside another project, let's say framework like CodeIgniter or Laravel. Second one is to install it for development. Here's detailed list of PHP versions supported.
Production column shows on which versions PHP Library will work.
Development column shows on which versions PHP Library will work for development.
If you want the stable version, get the latest release from the releases page.
Install stable library version by using standard commands.
# Install PHP Library via Composer composer require 90zlaya/php-library
If you want to develop this library and use GitHub instead of manual download, just clone repository to your machine.
# Clone repository via Git git clone https://github.com/90zlaya/php-library.git
PHP Library has it's own coding standard inspired by CodeIgniter. To contribute to development of this project, you must follow this standard. PHP_CodeSniffer checks those rules for you in development versions of PHP Library.
# Run coding standard check composer run phpcs
If you want to find out more about specific rules, open phpcs.xml file.
PHP Library has been tested with PHP Stan and approved as bug-free. It's recommended to run following command to check for bugs in project.
# Run static analysis composer run phpstan
If you want to find out more about specific rules, open phpstan.neon file.
# Run PHPUnit tests composer run phpunit
If you want to find out more about specific rules, open phpunit.xml file.
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