Author: Manuel Lemos
Updated on: 2023-05-25
Posted on: 2023-05-25
Package: PHP Dependency Management
PHP components are usually implemented as classes. Different components may use classes of other components that implement specialized actions.
These relations between different component classes are called dependencies.
This package implements a dependency management class that can keep track of objects of different dependency classes.
The package implements a callback hook feature that allows different component classes to track changes in the dependencies between component classes.
This possibility allows developers to find issues due to unintended changes in the class dependencies that may make the applications not work as expected, thus making it easier to debug this type of issue.
About the PHP Dependency Management Package
The package PHP Dependency Management is one of the few PHP packages that was considered notable recently because it does something worth paying attention to.
The basic purpose is: Track class dependencies using callback functions
Here follows in more detail what it does:
This class can track class dependencies using callback functions.
It provides a class with setter, getter, __isset, __unset, and __call functions, allowing applications to store dependency objects in class variables.
The class also has a set of static call variables that can store callback functions to be invoked when the dependency object variables are set, changed, checked, removed, or called.
The PHP Dependency Management can be downloaded from download page or be installed using the PHP Composer tool following instructions in the Composer install instructions page.
This package was considered notable for implementing its benefits in a way worth noticing.
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