How will Rector make your Life Easier?
- Do you want to migrate your code from PHP 5.3 to 7.4?
- Do you want to use the newest Symfony code without reading all the
- Do you want to turn static to constructor injection in 1000 classes in seconds?
- Refactor custom code at scale without rebasing?
- Are you stuck on legacy code because you have to "delivery features"?
- Do you use old framework, that slows down your product?
- Does your team complain about legacy code, but you just can't stop development for 6 months?
- Do you want keep delivering features and migrate framework at the same time?
What is Rector's Ultimate Goal?
To help every developer in the planet with fresh or legacy PHP code to use the latest PHP, the most advanced version of their favorite framework and the latest craftsman patterns there will be.
Without work, instantly, so they can focus on what they love most - thinking about algorithms and writing fresh code.
What Rector Users Say?
I'm liking @rectorphp more and more. This article by @VotrubaT on how it can upgrade your unit tests from @phpunit 4 to 8 provides a really good explanation of how the tool works. #LinkTuesday https://t.co/KW8NarsoK8 pic.twitter.com/fHet3ENXeu— Rob Allen (@akrabat) November 5, 2019
Since last week, I automated several months work of mindless work. The Rector package is one of my best friends in the fight against legacy. https://t.co/3x0QSpyqz9— Anna "Trash Digger" Filina (@afilina) February 17, 2020
Rector PHP, by @VotrubaT, is one of the most useful projects that PHP developers overlook. It automates the upgrade and refactoring of your code (e.g. upgrades your Symfony 3 app to Symfony 4).https://t.co/4t6MKtzSvB— Symfony News (@symfony_en) December 21, 2018
Just migrated a PHP 7.3 project to PHP 7.4 with @rectorphp and everything worked fine 👌 Welcome to typed properties and arrow functions 😊 (among other PHP 7.4 features)— 🏡 Fernando Pradas @ (en casa) (@fnandot) February 22, 2020