Setting up PHP CodeSniffer for a Laravel Application

Published under Laravel.

Here's how you can quickly get started with linting your PHP code using the CodeSniffer library.

First, install the dependency:

composer require "squizlabs/php_codesniffer=*"

Then, create a file at the root of your repo: phpcs.xml

This file tells CodeSniffer which ruleset and rules you want to use. The above will use the PSR2 ruleset, while excluding the CamelCapsMethodName rule (I prefer the it_does_something method name formatting for tests).


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