Cooking files with flavor!

Start cooking…

use Filicious\Local\LocalAdapter;
use Filicious\Filesystem;

$adapter    = new LocalAdapter('/var/lib/kitchen');
$filesystem = new Filesystem($adapter);

$cauldron = $filesystem->getFile('/cauldron');

…use a good recipe!

$ingredients = $filesystem->getFile('/ingredients');

foreach ($ingredients as $ingredient) {

$stove = $cauldron->getPlugin('stove');

Are you serious?

Yes we are! Using Filicious is like cooking for a good recipe. There is no need to use plain old functions, have you ever seen a function laying around in the kitchen? With Filicious everything is an object, like the cauldron, the ingredients or the stove. ;-)

How to start?

Using composer require command to add filicious/core to your composer.json.

php composer.phar require filicious/core ~1.0

Or adding the line manually to your composer.json.

    "require": {
        "filicious/core": "~1.0"