use Yii; Yii::import('application.models.User'); $user = new User();
use Yii; Yii::import('application.components.*'); $helper = new Helper(); $logger = new Logger();
use Yii; Yii::setPathOfAlias('lib', 'application.lib'); Yii::import('lib.vendor.autoload'); $loader = new Autoloader(); $loader->register();Here, we are defining the path alias for our third-party library and then importing the autoload class from the vendor directory. After importing, we are creating an instance of the Autoloader class and registering it with the PHP autoloading mechanism. This will help to load all the required files from the library while running the application. Overall, Yii Import is a very handy utility function for importing class files from different directories or loading third-party libraries. It provides a simple and efficient way to include external resources in your PHP application. The underlying package library for Yii Import is the core Yii framework itself.