This guide will walk you through the process of creating a PHP Composer project, pushing it to Gemfury, and then installing it. Before you get started, be sure you have the following: Gemfury account Local PHP installation Composer installed locally

Install packages with Composer

You can configure a PHP Composer project to use your Gemfury repository. To start, add your Repository URL and requirements to your project’s composer.json: { "repositories": [{ "url": "", "type": "composer" }], "require": { "user/package-name": ">= 1.0.0" } } Accessing private packages To authenticate into your private repository, create auth.json in your COMPOSER_HOME or the root directory of your project. This can be done separately for each developer as well as for your build pipeline.