The Laravel Homestead project released v11.0.0, the next major version of the popular virtual machine for PHP development. Let’s look at what’s new in this release!
Enable or Disable Services
Homestead starts various services by default. However, you can override these defaults and enable/disable services from starting by default. The release notes provide an example of enabling PostgreSQL and disabling MySQL:
services: - enabled: - "postgresql@12-main" - disabled: - "mysql"
New Default Versions
Homestead 11 ships with the following new default versions:
- Ubuntu 20.04
- MySQL 8
- Node v14
You can generate a wildcard certificate for a site you can use the
wildcard option in a site’s configuration:
- map: foo.domain.test to: /home/vagrant/domain wildcard: "yes"
Read the v11.0.0 release notes for complete details on v11. You can see the full diff between v10.0.0 and v11.0.0 on GitHub. Also be sure to check out the Homestead documentation for complete installation and usage instructions.Filed in: News / Releases
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