Joe Ferguson released a new Homestead Skeleton that allows you to have a homestead environment per project.
The purpose of this is package is to easily provide the Laravel Homestead Vagrant environment without having to rely on using the homestead command line application. Another use case would be if you do not have / do not want PHP locally installed on your system.
I always liked the multiple projects in Homestead. When I first started with Vagrant having one for each project was confusing for me and I think that comes from the old glory days of using Mamp and Xampp. It’s really great that packages like this come out, that way it can be suited to your workflow.
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