Bitnami Laravel Docker Compose development environment
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$ mkdir ~/myapp && cd ~/myapp $ curl -LO https://raw.githubusercontent.com/bitnami/bitnami-docker-laravel/master/docker-compose.yml $ docker-compose up
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The Bitnami Laravel Development Container has been carefully engineered to provide you and your team with a highly reproducible Laravel development environment. We hope you find the Bitnami Laravel Development Container useful in your quest for world domination. Happy hacking!
The quickest way to get started with the Bitnami Laravel Development Container is using docker-compose.
Begin by creating a directory for your Laravel application:
mkdir ~/myapp cd ~/myapp
Download the docker-compose.yml file in the application directory:
$ curl -LO https://raw.githubusercontent.com/bitnami/bitnami-docker-laravel/master/docker-compose.yml
Finally launch the Laravel application development environment using:
$ docker-compose up
Among other things, the above command creates a container service, named
myapp, for Laravel development and bootstraps a new Laravel application in the application directory. You can use your favorite IDE for developing the application.
If the application directory contained the source code of an existing Laravel application, the Bitnami Laravel Development Container would load the existing application instead of bootstrapping a new one.
After the artisan application server has been launched in the
myappservice, visit http://localhost:3000 in your favorite web browser and you'll be greeted by the default Laravel welcome page.
If no application available at http://localhost:3000 and you're running Docker on Windows, you might need to uncommentprivilegedsetting formyappcontainer. Later, re-launch the Laravel application development environment as stated before.
In addition to the Laravel Development Container, the docker-compose.yml file also configures a MariaDB service to serve as the database backend of your Laravel application.
Commands can be launched inside the
myappLaravel Development Container with
docker-composeusing the exec command.
Theexeccommand was added todocker-composein release 1.7.0. Please ensure that you're usingdocker-composeversion1.7.0or higher.
The general structure of the
$ docker-compose exec
, whereis the name of the container service as described in the
docker-compose.ymlfile and is the command you want to launch inside the service.
Following are a few examples of launching some commonly used Laravel development commands inside the
$ docker-compose exec myapp php artisan list
$ docker-compose exec myapp php artisan route:list
$ docker-compose exec myapp php artisan make:controller UserController
$ docker-compose exec myapp composer require phpmailer/phpmailer:5.2.*
If you encountered a problem running this container, you can file an issue. For us to provide better support, be sure to include the following information in your issue:
echo $BITNAMI_IMAGE_VERSIONinside the container)
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