In this short lesson we’re gonna focus on two topics we tackled some time ago in this mini series of tutorials: Laravel and Docker.
In the getting started section of the Laravel project’s documentation we can see that a vagrant box named Homestead is strongly adviced to begin with a quick and smooth developing experience.
Homestead is pre-packed with all the stuff necessary to begin the development of a Laravel application, but when it comes to deploying any application, Docker has many strong points that other virtual environments have not. In many cases it is a must: see this article of mine for further details.
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