Homeboy Allows You to Automate Adding Sites to Homestead

Homeboy Allows You to Automate Adding Sites to Homestead

Homeboy is a new package for Laravel Homestead that allows you to add a new local development site quickly. Once you run the command line tool, it will update your host file to point your dev domain, update your Homestead.yaml file to include mapping to for the new project and create a database mapping, and finally, it’ll re-provision Vagrant.

Here is a video they put together showing it in action:

A tool like Homeboy is useful if you have a lot of projects in development and makes using Homestead almost as seamless as Valet. You can find out more about Homeboy and installation instructions from the Github repo.


Filed in: Laravel Packages / Homestead


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