Stacker - Symfony docker starter kit for development. Quickly start of developing locally with Nginx, PHP7, Mysql, Pgsql, Mailcatcher and Redis etc.
Stacker - This is a local environment for web development with everything you need. What is its benefit?
- You do not need to manually configure the web server and add to the hosts, just cloned it and immediately launched it in the browser. It looks so demo
- Inside, there is already everything that is needed in 90% of all cases. And if not, we will add it for you : )
- For you, there is a super zsh console with autocomplete and everything you need. Video with presentation
- There is an autocompletion for Symfony and Laravel commands out of the box. For example, la5 and a double tab, will output a list of commands for which you can "walk" with arrows to select them
- It is faster analogs, the same homestead is just a turtle compared to it
- There is a video course
- Friendly author, in case there are questions or suggestions
- Based on Docker. Wherever you can install Docker, you can install Stacker
- It is very simple to expand. The process of adding your own images with a couple of lines in docker-compose.yml
- Just try it!
- Frameworks a lot - he's one!
- Everything is easy, nothing to migrate
- Quickly start of developing locally
- No overhead on settings! Сopied project and run
- Zoo under a Docker, let the host mashine remains clean!
- PhpStorm + Xdebug + Stacker = profit!
- Console, Composer, Gulp, Npm, Gem, Bower
- Run Symfony, Laravel and native PHP scripts
$ composer create-project maxlab/stacker # OR $ git clone email@example.com:Maxlab/stacker.git
# make ./workspace folder and make a symbolic link to your folder with all your projects $ mkdir workspace && ln -s /your_path/to_all_your_own_projects ./workspace # copy .env.dist to .env and change it $ cp .env.dist .env $ docker-compose build && docker-compose up -d && docker-compose ps $ mv ./test ./workspace
- Linux /etc/resolv.conf - Mac System Settings - Windows Network Adapter Setting
set your local dns server to
127.0.0.1 , to prevent dnsmasq from running, you need to set up the second DNS server. Such as 220.127.116.11 or something else.
Copy your ssh keys in the folder workspace
$ cp -R ~/.ssh ~/www/docker/stacker/workspace
- Add your project in workspace folder
./workspace/<customer>/<projectname>(no need to restart, this will work out of the box)
- Open http://customer.project.dev/ in your browser (if you do not have dnsmasq, you have to add your hosts file manually)
- mailcatcher -> schickling/mailcatcher:latest (all outgoing mail is sent to http://mail.dev/)
- nginx -> nginx:1.10.1
- elasticsearch -> elasticsearch:5
- mysql -> mysql:5.7
- pgsql -> postgres:9.6
- php7xdebug -> php:7.1 + xdebug
- dnsmasq -> dnsmasq:latest
- php5apache -> php:5apache for legacy
- php7console -> stacker console
- redis -> redis:3.0
- ZSH + oh-my-zsh
- For frontend: nodejs, gem, npm, webpack, bower, gulp, uglify-js, uglifycss
- For backend: composer, php, phpunit, symfony, symfony-autocomplete, Yii2 autocomplete
- For automation deploy: dep (Deployer)
- You can access the database in your app config use
dbfor mysql and
pgsqlfor postgresql (files will be saved in the mysql directory so it will be saved after destroying or recreating the containers)
# Example for mysql parameters: database_host: mysql database_port: 3306 database_name: sf database_user: root database_password: root # Example for pgsql parameters: database_host: pgsql database_port: 5433 database_name: sf database_user: postgres database_password: postgres # Example for redis parameters: database_host: redis database_port: 6379
- You can access the database in your app config use
- It's easy. For convenience, the external ports of the databases are offset by plus one. For example, MySQL listens to port 3306 + 1 = 3307 and so on...
- Check the file docker-compose.yml for more
- Watch this video (in Russian)
- Go to Settings -> Languages & Frameworks -> PHP
- Click the ... behind your interperter
- Yes! It's much faster and easier, plus no need to move folders from the usual places.
- In the directory with your projects, create a folder and copy all the projects from the Symfony code.
Now, make a link to your directory project in the directory with the Stacker,
remove a directory
./workspaceand rename your link to workspace - that's all! Now all your Symfony projects is available from the browser.
You can do so:
$ /your_path/to_stacker_folder/bin/stacker console
But, it will be much better:
# for bash $ echo 'export PATH=/your_path/to_stacker_folder/bin:$PATH' >> ~/.bashrc && source ~/.bashrc # for ~/.zshrc $ echo 'export PATH=/your_path/to_stacker_folder/bin:$PATH' >> ~/.zshrc && source ~/.zshrc # then restart console and run $ stacker console
$ stacker console $ cd to_symfony_folder $ sf [tab*2] # for sf3 completion OR sf2 for sf2 completion
$ stacker console $ cd to_symfony_folder $ la5 [tab*2]
$ stacker usage # for list available commands $ stacker console # for enter to console $ stacker logs <cont_name> -f # for logs stream container $ stacker build && stacker down && stacker up && stacker ps # for full rebuild
You can support the project in several ways:
- Becoming a sponsor - If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please visit the Stacker Patreon page
- Posting review - You can support the project by posting reviews in their social networks. Send a link to the review and we'll post it here!
- Buy a beer -