I’m using Docker on Mac since 3 years and same as you, I was using it only to run project. It was always simple running “docker-compose up -d”.
It looked exactly like Vagrant or simple image runned on VirtualBox. There were benefits of using Docker on production, Docker on Linux environment. On MacOs, however, it gave me more problems than solutions.
Since always, I have installed Composer on my Mac. Ages ago, I run “brew install composer” and it was there always. Till now. I’ve removed brew and all libraries managed by brew.
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Hi there. Today, I’m going to take care of PHP framework
symfony and I’ll show you how to install it on your Linux machine by using
If you use MacOS and you have installed
docker as I described in my last note then you have to wait a while. I will describe it in another post.
As I’ve written before,
symfony is a modern PHP framework, you can use it to create complex website. What is important, symfony has one of the biggest community. At this moment, it has more than 2 000 project contributors!
TL;DR: If you don’t want to read this article so you can go directly to the bottom where there is a full recipe ready to copy, paste and run.
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When I’m writing this tutorial I’m using macOS Sierra but everything should work correctly also on previous versions of macOS like El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks and so on.
This tutorial describes how to use the console to manage your cloud. I think it’s clearer and easier way than their website interface.
Let’s start. I assume that you’ve heard something about Amazon’s cloud. If not let me introduce you in the first chapter, everyone else can go directly to next chapters.
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What is Docker?
Docker is the next step on long IT containerization way. What does it mean? Years ago, you could run each application/process in particular container, that application couldn’t go outside the container which it was run. It was very safe but difficult to manage and not sharable. So you couldn’t easy share your container to other machine or to other developers to reuse for example by open source community.
So, that solution was a little bit complicated and worked only on Linux. Today we have Docker, which allows you to run containers on all operation systems. What is important, this tool is not only modern but also easy to manage and easy to share to others developers.
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