In the second part of this tutorial series on developing PHP on Docker we’re taking a good hard look at PhpStorm, Xdebug and how to run and debug scripts from within PhpStorm on Docker. from Tigo Source https://www.pascallandau.com/blog/setup-phpstorm-with-xdebug-on-docker/
Thing is, Docker (and its ecosystem) is a fast-paced project that gets updated very often, and things changed quite a bit since that article was first published. from Tigo Source http://tech.osteel.me/posts/2017/01/15/how-to-use-docker-for-local-web-development-an-update.html#step-4-named-volumes
В выпуске: рассмотрим Docker/Kubernetes, почитаем про OpenTracing, сходим на конференцию, получим 100 баллов на Google Page Speed. from Tigo via Did you enjoy this article? Then read the full version from the author’s website.
When working on test code on my computer, I usually use the built-in PHP server (php -S) which works nicely. Every so often, I need access to MySQL and I use Docker to temporarily create a MySQL server for me. This is how I do it. This creates a Docker …