The homestead virtual machine box for vagrant is a great way to set up your local testing and sandbox development environments. The cool thing about homestead is that not only can you use it for all of your Laravel specific development, but you can also make use of it for other projects like Slim, Symfony, Drupal, or WordPress. Show More Summary
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Speaker: Joe Ferguson @joepferguson Join us for a quick introduction on how and why to use Laravel’s Vagrant environment Homestead! No experience and no framework knowledge required! The post Easy Vagrant with Laravel Homestead appeared first on Nomad PHP.
Laravel follows a slightly different approach to PHP development. Using ideas usually found in the.NET environment, such as Facades, and sporting an Inversion of Control Container, Laravel claims to be the future of PHP. Whether or not this is the case is too early to tell, but it certainly is popular.
Last week we talked about Laravel Homestead, a prepared local development environment for PHP built on Vagrant by Taylor Otwell, meant to serve as a common starting point for all Laravel (and possibly other PHP) projects. If you’ve missed...Show More Summary
Laravel Homestead is, in a nutshell: an official, pre-packaged Vagrant “box” that provides you a wonderful development environment without requiring you to install PHP, a web server, and any other server software on your local machine. In...Show More Summary