Docker

Vessel is a Lightweight Docker Environment for Laravel
Laravel Packages / October 30, 2017

Vessel is a Lightweight Docker Environment for Laravel

Vessel is a new package by Chris Fidao—the author of Server for Hackers and Shipping Docker—that makes working with Docker in your Laravel projects a breeze.

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Free Video Course: Docker for Development
Laravel Tutorials / October 28, 2016

Free Video Course: Docker for Development

Chris Fidao put together a free mini-series on using Docker for Development with Laravel. The series is ten individual videos covering all the basics to get up and running. This includes how to use and build multiple containers, networking, and persisting data, as well as a development workflow. A full course will also be launched … Continue reading Free Video Course:... Read more…

Laravel Tutorials / March 24, 2016

How to scale Laravel horizontally with Docker

Andrew McLagan has a new tutorial on scaling horizontally with docker. Andrew goes through setting up a Docker container and a tool called Docker Compose, a tool enables us to start multiple Docker containers at once from a single configuration file, rather than starting each container individually.

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Laravel Packages / March 09, 2016

LaraDock Homestead for Docker

LaraDock is a Laravel Homestead Docker project that aims to bring Homestead to Docker. LaraDock strives to make the development experience easier. It contains pre-packaged Docker Images that provides you a wonderful development environment without requiring you to install PHP, NGINX, MySQL, REDIS, and any other software on your local machine. Last week I covered … Continue reading Read more…

Laravel Tutorials / March 03, 2016

Docker for Laravel Homestead

For all the Docker fans, Derek Bourgeois has created laraedit-docker, a Dockerized version of Laravel Homestead. Installing the LaraEdit container is as simple as running a docker pull with laraedit/laraedit once you have docker installed. Here is a video Derek put together showing it in action: You can find more documentation on the GitHub repo.

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