Managing Private Composer Repositories with DDEV: A Guide by Mariano D'Agostino

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Mariano D'Agostino from Cuenco Digital provides a detailed guide on using private Composer repositories with DDEV. It focuses on scenarios where private code needs to be reused across multiple sites while maintaining privacy. 

Mariano explains the process of adding a private repository to composer.json, setting up SSH authentication, and configuring DDEV to recognize and access private repositories. He addresses common issues such as configuring SSH keys and managing team access using deploy keys. 

The guide also covers integrating private keys in continuous integration systems and offers alternatives for simplifying the process. Mariano's comprehensive instructions are designed to help developers streamline their workflow when working with private Composer repositories in DDEV. 

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