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In this quick-start guide, we'll install and configure DDEV as the local development environment for new and existing Craft CMS projects.
We take an existing Craft project and migrate it to a reliable, straightforward development workflow using Git, DDEV (Docker), and Servd.
Learn how to use Craft Nitro 2 for local development Craft CMS and PHP projects.
Andrew is updating an older Craft 3 sites to use modern web development tools.
A full run-down of the most popular ways to do localhosting of Craft CMS.
Ryan shows how quickly you can get a new project set up locally with a Docker-based starter project.
Ryan hits record and starts working on some small CraftQuest updates. Along the way, he shares his current development workflow for localhosting, Git version control, and deployments.
Ryan walks through how to get an existing Craft project running locally on Nitro 2.
Nitro 2 comes with Mailhog support, which makes it easy to test transactional emails sent by Craft.
A short, first look at the new version of Craft Nitro from Pixel & Tonic.
Ryan and Andrew look at how to run a Craft project in Github Codepsaces for easy local development with VS Code.
DDEV 1.20.0 added support for the craft console command. Here's how it works.
Ryan and Andrew return from a summer hiatus and cover Craft CMS 4.2, changes in Git Tower, and more!
Ryan shares his experience making a huge shift in local development environments.
Ryan livestreams as he implements Docker for local development software.
Andrew talks through his "Docker all the things" approach to local development.
Brad Bell and Jason McCallister from Pixel & Tonic join Ryan to talk about the new version of their Docker-based local development environment Nitro.
We answer your questions and walk through Andrew's plugin development setup.
We cover Nitro 2, Craft 3.6, the Craft executable, and your questions! The Whole Shebang!