wiet-at/symfony-dev

Docker based development environment for Symfony applications.

1.0.0 2021-09-21 13:59 UTC

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Last update: 2021-11-22 10:52:47 UTC


README

Docker based DEV environment for symfony projects. Similar to what Laravel Sail is to Laravel.

Requirements

  • docker and docker-compose running locally.

Installation

Create new Symfony project

Use the create-project.sh helper script to create a new symfony project. It will use the symfony command to create a new project and install the required dependencies.

curl -s 'https://raw.githubusercontent.com/wiet-at/symfony-dev/main/bin/create-project.sh' | bash -s -- [options] [--] <directory> [<symfony-cli-args>...]
Arguments:
directory                            Directory of the project to create
symfony-cli-args                     Pass additional arguments/options to Symfony CLI (requires -- to be used)
Options:
--project-version[=PROJECT-VERSION]  The version of the Symfony skeleton (a version or one of "lts", "stable", "next", or "previous") [default: "stable"]
--full                               Use github.com/symfony/website-skeleton

Example

curl -s 'https://raw.githubusercontent.com/wiet-at/symfony-dev/main/bin/create-project.sh' | bash -s -- --full my-project

Add to existing project

Use composer to install wiet-at/symfony-dev as dev dependency.

Configuration

Symfony Flex should have copied all required files. Check your .env and adjust it accordingly to your needs.
IMPORTANT: If you change the COMPOSE_PROJECT_NAME afterwards, new docker containers will get created and you will lose your database for example.

The SD_LOCAL_IP will be the IP address to which the containers will bind their port forwards. You can use any IP addresses inside 127.0.0.0/8.
When, for example, using 127.1.2.3 you can access the application under http://123.1.2.3.

Usage

Symfony Flex should have installed bin/dev-cli. This is a proxy script which forwards specific commands (see "Known commands") to the correct docker container. All other commands will get passed directly to docker-compose.

Start development environment

To start all services just run the following command:

bin/dev-cli up -d

This basically runs docker-compose up -d. You don't need to use the -d flag and also can pass other flags which you normally would pass to docker-compose.

Known commands

For easy of use there are some commands which will get executed inside the correct docker container automatically.

  • php
  • symfony
  • composer
  • node
  • npm
  • yarn

You can use those commands the same way you would normally do, just prefix them with bin/dev-cli.
To install the symfony/monolog-bundle using composer you have to run following command:

bin/dev-cli composer require symfony/monolog-bundle