To change the global path for Composer on Windows, you will need to update the system environment variables.
PSR-4 is a standard for autoloading classes in PHP.
When you use the Composer package manager to install PHP packages, it stores a local cache of the packages that you have installed.
To require a local package in Composer, you can use the "path" option in the "require" section of your project's composer.json file.
It looks like you are trying to use the composer command, but it is not recognized by your terminal.
This error message is indicating that the script is trying to write to the file "composer.json" in the current directory (indicated by "./"), but it doesn't have the necessary permissions to do so.
To remove a package with Composer, you can use the command composer remove [package-name].
This error message indicates that the Laravel framework is unable to find the Application class from the Illuminate\Foundation namespace.
To install Composer on a shared hosting, you can use the following steps:
To install PHP Composer inside a Docker container, you will need to do the following: