I am the creator of CraftQuest, a web developer, and former software team manager. I spend most of my time improving CraftQuest with code and courses. When I'm not in front of the computer, I spend my time with my family, and running on the roads and trails of Austin, TX.
Craft Hosting with Hyperlane is made up of the following videos:
|1||Introduction||A quick overview of the course and Hyperlane.||05:03|
|2||Creating Our First Project||We set up a new project in Hyperlane using the base install of Craft 3.||10:42|
|3||Enabling and Cloning to the Staging Environment||We walk through how to enable the Staging environment and clone our Development environment to Staging.||03:41|
|4||Enabling and Deploying to Production||Moving a site to production is as simple as enabling the Production environment and cloning Staging.||02:27|
|5||Setting Up a Custom Domain in Production Environment||How to set up a custom domain in your Hyperlane production environment.||03:22|
|6||Cloning Down from Production||Sometimes you want to have your production database cloned down to other environments. This is how you do it on Hyperlane.||03:54|
|7||Migrating an Existing Craft Project to Hyperlane||Here's how to move your existing Craft website over to Hyperlane.||05:12|
Ryan and Andrew answer the viewer question on hosting.
Ryan is joined by Frank Lämmer and Oliver Stark from fortrabbit to talk hosting and deployments.
Ryan and Andrew answer your questions about Sprig, Vue, project config, and more!
We cover Nitro 2, Craft 3.6, the Craft executable, and your questions! The Whole Shebang!
Ryan follows up on a question last time about the best way to move a busy site.
Matt Gray of Servd joins the livestream to talk about ephemeral file systems and how they can help you recover faster from an exploit.
Get your assets closer to your end users by creating a simple CDN on AWS.
Learn the fundamentals of using Hyperlane to host Craft CMS. Learn about the three environments, how to set up a new project or existing project on Hyperlane.