Install And Use Non-Composer Laravel Packages

If you want to use a package in Laravel, you simply add a single line in composer.json file and the job is done. This is because the package is available in packagist.org, what if the package that you want to use is a non-Composer Laravel package? Maybe available in a git repo or a private repo or so.

In this post, we will see how to install and use non-Composer Laravel Package and custom libraries inside your Laravel projects.

https://likegeeks.com/install-and-use-non-composer-laravel-packages/

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That's a nice tip. Since I work with Laravel using composer, I wasn't sure how to deal with packages that are not available with composer commands. This little tip will help me in installing these packages easily on Laravel using composer.

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