Posts marked with “vagrant”

The Workshop: Run Amazon Linux Locally

by · July 2, 2019

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This month we focus on running Amazon Linux on your local development machine via Vagrant. While you could spin up resources in EC2 and go to town, maybe you’re not quite ready to jump into the deep end. Perhaps you want to test your application in a controlled environment to see how it performs on […]

 

The Devilbox and Docker

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Starting a new project has its highs and lows; setting up your dev environment should not be one of them. Back in the day, a dev could spend a couple of days just getting a *nix environment up and running on a machine and even then, it probably did not mirror the production environment in […]

 

Secure by Design – June 2017

by · June 2, 2017

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Learn about designing security into your application from the start in the June 2017 issue of the magazine.

 

Uncanny PHP – May 2017

by · May 2, 2017

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The April issue is available for download.This month, we look at multi-factor authentication, Homestead, Rocketeer deployments, API integrations, and more.

 

Spring Renewal – April 2017

by · April 3, 2017

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The April issue is available for download.This month, we look at multi-factor authentication, Homestead, Rocketeer deployments, API integrations, and more.

 

Vagrant with GUIs and Windows

by · January 29, 2015

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Last week, I had the pleasure to present at the Drupal NoVA meetup group about using Vagrant to automate setting up development environments for your projects. Using a VM has been the single biggest change to my workflow in recent years, no matter what CMS or framework I’m using on it. You can view the […]

 

Build a VM for Drupal 8 with Vagrant

by · November 25, 2014

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At this year’s php[world] hackathon, I spent my time getting a Vagrant machine configured to run Drupal 8. I know there are other options, like Acquia’s own Dev Desktop, or even Zend Server. However, I like using Vagrant to run my LAMP stacks, especially on OS X. I’ve never been able to easily run xAMP […]