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Learning FuelPHP for Effective PHP Development by Ross Tweedie

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Letting people know about your package

So, you've created your package, it's time to publish it. First, it is a good idea to check that the functions are all commented and you have documented how to use the package in the Readme.md file (or a Readme.txt file). If you are using GitHub for your code, they provide a quick way of creating a webpage to publicize your package or project. When creating a page with GitHub, they will use the Readme file as a starting point and then let you customize any of the information you may like to include about your package. More information can be seen at https://help.github.com/categories/20/articles.

Once you are happy that the code is ready to be shared, send a tweet to the FuelPHP Twitter account (https://twitter.com/FuelPHP ...

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