I found a tutorial from 2015 where someone worked out how to do this, but Slim has added a lot of dependencies and wants to read outside of the folder for a file (…/vendor/autoload.php).
I’m trying to run this on my hosting company (shared web host). I do not (and have no desire to) have Apache, PHP and MySQL installed on my MacBook Pro. I’m looking for a solution, where I can download a folder with everything in it, upload it to my server, write index.php and setup a .htaccess file and start coding my APIs. I have no desire to do devops.
Is there a Walkthrough for installing Slim on a server where you cannot run Composer and where you don’t have to be able to run it “Local”?
If I have to use yet another package manager I’m going to go insane. I may as well just run node.js and call it a day. I’d rather do this in PHP.
Please tell me there is a solution for this.