If like me you use composer for your dependency management in PHP then there were a few things I needed to do to get things working. Cloud9 IDE will not automatically fetch your dependencies so this is something you need to do via the terminal window.
I don't version composer.phar in my git repo; instead; I use a script to fetch the latest composer.phar from the web using curl.
If like me you need to get it then you can type the following command in the Cloud 9 terminal.
curl -sS https://getcomposer.org/installer | php php composer.phar install
My next challenge: Package could not be downloaded, sh: svn: command not found
Loading composer repositories with package information Installing dependencies (including require-dev) - Installing slim/slim (1.6.5) Downloading: 100% - Installing smarty/smarty (v3.1.11) Checking out /tags/v3.1.11/@4636 [RuntimeException] Package could not be downloaded, sh: svn: command not found
My composer.json is referencing smarty that is available over svn.
An svn client needs to be installed.
nada-nix install subversion-1.7.9
Apache Log Files
Typical, my application encountered an error during runtime; so I started to dig through the log files.
My error was pointing to an invalid .htaccess file.
Hope you can solve yours Winking smile.