A quick and easy Docker-based Drupal project development environment.
The quickest way to add a local development environment to your Drupal project!
composer require --dev geerlingguy/drupal-vm-docker
Run this command inside the directory of a Drupal project that is built using Composer, and it will create a Docker Compose file which will run a local instance of Drupal VM.
Make sure you have Docker CE installed and running, then run
docker-compose up -d. After a minute or two, you should be able to access your Drupal site at
To install Drupal, the default Drupal VM database name, username, and password are all
When you're finished developing, run the command:
And once you're ready to develop again, run:
If you want to completely clear out the local environment (e.g. to start over or if you're finished with a project), run:
The Docker Compose file should be updated automatically any time you update to a newer version of this plugin. However, you can also manually force the file to be updated by running:
You should then tell Docker to restart anything that needs to be restarted with
docker-compose up -d.
This project is licensed under the MIT open source license.
Jeff Geerling created the Drupal VM Docker Composer Plugin in 2018 for a more efficient Drupal site and core/contrib development workflow.