Tag: Melody

Linters for PHP projects

Today’s projects are built up from dozens of different components, configuration files, third-party libraries, tests, build scripts, etc. And even if you have the greatest test suite, bad things can happen sometimes. It’s important to catch bugs as early as possible, and syntax validators can be a great (and easy) addition to your continuous integration […]

June 02 / 2015
Author Raul Fraile
Category PHP, Symfony, Tutorials
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Melody: One-file PHP scripts with Composer dependencies

Melody is a really handy open-source tool to create one-file PHP scripts with Composer dependencies. Installation As Melody is just a PHAR file, we only need to download it and include it in one of the directories included in our PATH environment variable, for example at /usr/local/bin/: Then, if we execute “melody”, we should see […]

April 15 / 2015
Author Raul Fraile
Category PHP, Tutorials
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