Create a production infrastructure for dockerized PHP Apps on GCP with managed mysql and redis instances.
How to use GCP Redis Memorystore instances: Create instances, connect to them and delete them
How to use GCP MySQL Cloud SQL instances: Create instances, connect to them (via private or public IP) and delete them
An installation instruction for Git Bash / MINGW / MSYS2 on Windows with some notes on solving common problems
Deploy dockerized PHP applications to 'production' on a GCP VM and run them via docker compose.
Getting started with the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to run Virtual Machines (VMs) and prepare them to run dockerized applications.
How to setup CI (Continuous Integration) pipelines for dockerized PHP applications with Github Actions and Gitlab Pipelines
How to use git-secret to encrypt secrets and store them in a git repository
How to setup PHP QA tools in a dockerized application and control them via make
How to set up Laravel with Artisan Commands, Controllers, a Queue + workers and a Database on Docker
How to configure PhpStorm and Xdebug to run PHP in Docker for php-fpm, cli and daemon worker processes in 2022.
How to set up a repository with Docker 'from scratch' to develop PHP 8.1 applications in 2022.
Dockerfiles, folder structures, etc. - In this article I'll got through the fundamentals for a PHP development environment on Docker.
Detailed instructions on how to setup PhpStorm properly to work with Xdebug in Docker containers for local development.
Step-by-Step tutorial for setting up PHP Docker containers (cli and fpm) for local development on Windows 10.
Step-by-Step tutorial for setting up a fresh Laravel installation running on a Homestead Vagrant box.
Step-by-Step tutorial for setting up a new PhpStorm project running on a Homestead Vagrant box.
Step-by-Step tutorial for setting up PHP7 with Xdebug 2.4 for PhpStorm on Windows 10
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