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How to use Docker for local web development: an update

A year or so ago I published a post titled From Vagrant to Docker: How to use Docker for local web development, which got quite some traction at the time and continues to get comments on a regular basis, even today. 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.

How to enable NFS on Laravel Homestead

I currently work on a Laravel project composed of multiple microservices that I run locally using Homestead (box v0.4.0 at the time of writing). As I started tinkering around I noticed that requesting the different APIs was super slow, up to 20s per request, which was really unexpected (and annoying to say the least).

From Vagrant to Docker: How to use Docker for local web development

If you are somewhat following what's happening in the tech world, you must have heard of Docker.

Install and deploy a Pelican blog using Fabric - Part 4: workflow, extras and conclusion

Alright! This was a bit of a long road, but we are finally getting there. In the previous part, we used Fabric to fully provision a server and pull our content from a Git repository. In this fourth and last part, we are going to review a complete worklow, take a few extra steps to complete our blog and conclude our journey.

Install and deploy a Pelican blog using Fabric - Part 3: Fabric

In part 2, we covered the installation and configuration of Pelican in our local environment. It is now time to provision our server and publish content using Fabric.

Install and deploy a Pelican blog using Fabric - Part 2: installation and configuration

In part 1, we set up a local environment containing everything Pelican requires to run properly. Let's move on to the installation and configuration of Pelican itself.

Install and deploy a Pelican blog using Fabric - Part 1: local environment

This series of articles will walk you through the different steps to install, setup and deploy your first Pelican blog (just like this one).

How to use Vagrant for local web development

This article shows how to quickly get up and running with Vagrant, to create and use local Virtual Machines as development environments, all with a single command. This is indeed written from a web developer's standing point, and...

How to use Vagrant on Windows

This article shows how to deal with Windows' specificities while trying to work with Vagrant.