When building a WordPress website, developers like you build a plethora of themes and plugins. In doing so, you frequently copy-paste the same code over and over again. It could be just to create your versions of known libraries. Every time you manually duplicate code – you increase the development time and reduce the time you spent developing the business layer of your plugin.
Though Composer allows declaring, installing, and managing dependencies, its use in WordPress is limited. The development of plugins powered by Composer can result in conflicts between any of the installed libraries and pose issues when dealing with multiple plugins using the same dependency.
Both plugins use the same dependency. The same namespace is defined in both versions but has entirely different functionalities.
To solve these conflicts and ensure a seamless coding experience, we’ve developed a groundbreaking service called PHP-Prefixer.