This opinion piece was contributed by guest author Peter Suhm. Peter is a web developer from the Land of the Danes. He is the creator of WP Pusher and a huge travel addict, bringing his work along with him as he goes. Yet another WordPress prophecy Okay, I admit that the title of this post is a bit risky. Honestly, it should probably have been “3 Big Things That I Wholeheartedly Hope Will Happen To WordPress In The Not Too Distant Future”. That being said, I am optimistic by nature, and I actually think these three ideas are realistic scenarios. So in all modesty, and without further ado, here is my take on some of the next big things to happen in the WordPress world in the near future. There is no question about it. WordPress needs some sort of dependency management mechanism. We have seen all other fragments of the PHP community, and other languages too, adopt the use of dependency managers. Most likely, WordPress will adopt Composer in some form, either out-of-the-box or by configuration. What is a dependency manager? A dependency manager is a software tool that can resolve and manage the dependencies (other libraries) that a given library requires. In PHP we have Composer. Each
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