Localhosting Countdown

A full run-down of the most popular ways to do localhosting of Craft CMS. We cover how to develop Craft sites locally using MAMP, MAMP Pro, Scotchbox, Docker, Valet, Vagrant, and Homestead.

Localhosting Countdown is made up of the following videos:

1 Craft on Scotchbox How to run Craft CMS locally using the Scotchbox Vagrant VM. 26:26
2 SSL on Scotchbox When I develop locally I always make sure I'm doing so over SSL so it mimics how the site will run in production. This is how you set up Scotchbox to support secure connections in Craft CMS. 07:32
3 NFS on Scotchbox If Scotchbox is running slow, try switching over to NFS. Here's how to do it. 04:00
4 Craft on Homestead, Part 1 How to use Laravel Homestead to set up a localhosting environment for Craft CMS. 27:51
5 Craft on Homestead, Part 2 In this second part we learn how to do localhosting on Homestead for Craft CMS with different VMs for each site. 09:27
6 SSL on Homestead Homestead makes it easy to use SSL but we just need to tell our browser that we trust the self-signed certificate. 05:29
7 Craft on Valet How to use Laravel Valet to localhost with Craft CMS. 21:20
8 Ngrok and Valet How to easily share your Valet-hosted app with someone outside your network. 04:26
9 Craft on MAMP MAMP is a simple and free way to get localhosting running. Here's how to set it up for Craft CMS. 11:00
10 Craft on MAMP Pro MAMP Pro makes it easy to localhost multiple Craft CMS sites at once, using custom host names, and server software settings. 10:15
11 SSL on MAMP Pro When I develop locally I always make sure I'm doing so over SSL so it mimics how the site will run in production. This is how you set up MAMP Pro to support secure connections in Craft CMS. 04:43
12 Craft CMS on Docker Get up and running with Docker and Craft CMS. It's a step-by-step tutorial on using an existing Docker image. 19:52