Class for storing and reading environment variables from ".env" file.
To install the package using composer run
composer require codebot/phpenv:1.0.*
You need to create the ".env" file in your project root and define your environment variables there.
Project root is the directory returned by
If you want to store the .env file somewhere else, you can pass the full path of your .env file as a first argument of
getInstance() method, e.g.
Env\Core\Env::getInstance( '/path/to/.env' ).
Example of the .env file:
# Test .env file APP_NAME=The Phpenv Package APP_ENV=local
Example of the usage:
$env = Env\Env::getInstance(); $env->get('APP_ENV');