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Tag Archive — "continuous-integration"
- Mutation testing with infection in big PHP projects
There's no doubt that having tests in a project allows you to find potential bugs earlier and more easily.
Lots of OSS projects require a minimum code coverage in order to accept new pull requests from contributors, and proprietary projects also tend to have some sort of continu...
- Composer advanced concepts
Composer is The Tool in any modern PHP project. Nowadays I can't imagine to work without it.
It is much more powerful than some people think, easily solving the integration of third party components in our projects, but there are some advanced features that are less known.
- Dependency management and autoloading in php projects with composer
One of the common problems we have to confront when starting a new PHP project is how to handle the different dependencies we are going to have.
One could think the easier solution is to download all the libraries we are going to need, put them in a lib directory and add them to...
- Dependency management in Java projects with Ant and Ivy
Dependency management is very important in any kind of project. Any application will need to use third party libraries to avoid to reinvent the wheel.
The problem is that getting each one of them from a different place takes time, and it’s not easy to be sure we get the correct ...
- Compile NSIS scripts in Linux
NSIS is a well known system used to create Windows installers for any type of application based on scripts.
It is good system. Once we have defined our script we can automatically build it to create application installers in minutes, including creation of Windows register entrie...