Docker on macOS
This is an update to a former description of how to get docker up and running with decent speed for local development.
Getting Started with Kubernetes
This will give you a quick intro into kubernetes and some of its components.
Running Docker on macOS
I use the docker+dlite method, which is fast and works fine for me. I haven’t tried the official macOS binaries yet.
Run gvt on Heroku
Currently gvt is not on the list of supported dependency managers for using Go on Heroku. Follow the basic rules to make your project appear to be a gb project to get gvt projects running on Heroku.
Using Apache for Developing with Symfony
After getting Symfony to work, we might want to switch away from the build in PHP web server, to a more reliable one. I’ll use the Apache server because it comes with the latest OS X version.
Getting Started with Symfony on Yosemite
Apple just released the Golden Master of their newest OS X to registered beta users, which indicates that the public release of their system is just around the corner.
Install Symfony on OS X Mavericks
Mavericks is out and my manual for getting Symfony to run on Mountain Lion is already outdated. This guide is an update to the old manual.
Install mcrypt on Mountain Lion
After following my last tutorial about starting with Symfony on a new Mac, you might struggle with an extension, a few bundles need: mcrypt.
Start with Symfony on Mountain Lion
Start developing Symfony on a Mac is quite easy. Mountain Lion ships with some of the required libraries, but a few are hidden in the depth of the system.
Snippets are collections of code and terminal commands that I use on a regular basis. I put them here to not forget them.