Developers have many tools. We have version control systems, we have dependency management tools, we have build and task automation tools. What is one thing they all have in common? They are command line tools.
However, the command line can be daunting to some and create a barrier to adoption. We’re currently experiencing this in the Drupal community. People are considering Composer a barrier to entry, and I believe it’s just because it’s a command line tool and something new.
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mysql_real_escape_string() should always be used on data being placed into your SQL database.