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Author: Manuel Lemos

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Categories: JavaScript Tutorials

This is just a notice to let you know about an article that was published about a Composer PHP plugin that can be used to install JavaScript libraries under your project Web document root directory.




If you are developing Web applications with PHP, you may be aware that you can install PHP packages and any dependent packages using a PHP tool named Composer.

That is fine but it has some limitations that do not make it ideal to install packages with asset files, like for instance JavaScript files that need to be placed under the Web document root. The problem is that Composer installs all package files under the vendor directory.

Fortunately a Composer plugin was developed to address this limitation. It lets you configure where asset files need to go in your project directories.

Read this article to learn more about this Composer plugin and how to use it to install JavaScript packages for instance from the JSClasses Composer repository.


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