Who is behind intervention.io?
I'm Oliver Vogel, software developer for over 20 years. I share personal projects that I consider useful with the community as free open source software. This website is intended to function as a central overview for all these projects and their documentation.
Intervention is the vendor label of all my open source projects. I started the organization since the first release was published in 2013. Since then intervention.io has released various open source projects. Especially the PHP library for image processing Intervention Image is well known.
Intervention.io and all its activity have always been non-profit side projects of mine. I develop and promotes these projects in my spare time alongside my day job. For those interested in supporting my open source work, you can help with a donation to cover my monthly expenses on server, traffic and domain costs.
The goal of all intervention.io projects is to provide an easily accessible API with a flat learning curve. The developer should not be busy with complicated configuration routines, but should be able to get the job done quickly and easily.
All projects are always written in PSR-12 compatible code standard, include DocBlocks and are unit tested providing an assurance of overall quality. The releases if intervention.io are available as free open source software on Packagist via Composer strictly following semantic versioning.