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sebastian/resource-operations 3.0.3

Provides a list of PHP built-in functions that operate on resources
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does sebastian/resource-operations do?

The sebastian/resource-operations is a powerful library that provides an extensive list of PHP built-in functions specifically designed to operate on resources. This tremendously useful asset will streamline your code development process by offering you immediate access to tools specifically tailored for resource operation tasks.

How do you use sebastian/resource-operations?

Incorporating sebastian/resource-operations into your PHP projects is a breeze. Using Composer, a tool for dependency management in PHP, you simply need to add the library as a local, per-project dependency. You can accomplish it with the following command:

composer require sebastian/resource-operations

If you only need the library during the development phase, such as running your project's test suite, you should add it as a development-time dependency. To do this, use the command:

composer require --dev sebastian/resource-operations

Where are the sebastian/resource-operations docs?

The documentation for sebastian/resource-operations is seamlessly integrated within the code. As a PHP and SEO expert, I must remind you that an up-to-date GitHub repository often serves as the best source of documentation. In the case of sebastian/resource-operations, you can access the complete API documentation directly from its GitHub repository at resource-operations GitHub page. Don't forget to browse the 'Issues' and 'Pull requests' sections to stay informed about the ongoing developments and changes related to this library.