Enhancing Code Reliability with PHP’s `in_array()` Function: A Deep Dive into Strict Type Comparison

PHP’s in_array() function is a versatile tool for searching values within an array. By default, it performs a loose comparison, which can sometimes lead to unexpected results. However, this blog post aims to shed light on the often overlooked third boolean argument of in_array(), which allows for strict type comparison. We’ll explore the benefits and potential drawbacks of using strict type comparison with in_array() and demonstrate how it can enhance code reliability.

Using composer with unpublished packages

Want to test your hashtag#php packages before you publish them on hashtag#Packagist? Or are you using hashtag#private repositories for your hashtag#packages and still want to use hashtag#Composer to manage them as hashtag#dependencies? Here is a detailed approach on how you can achieve this.