Drupal.org’s Composer endpoints have been available in beta for some time now, and in that time we’ve begun to see many, many people use Composer to manage Drupal modules and themes. We first launched these repositories before DrupalCon New Orleans as an alpha release, and move into beta a few months later. After receiving your feedback and bug reports we’ve made updates, and are ready to call this service stable.
What is Composer?
Composer is a tool for dependency management in PHP. It allows you to declare the libraries your project depends on and it will manage (install/update) them for you.
… Composer is strongly inspired by node’s npm and ruby’s bundler.” – Source
In a nutshell, Composer allows you to declare the dependencies of your project in a composer.json file in the root of your PHP project. Those dependencies, which you then install through Composer, can have their own composer.json files and their
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