Docker based development environment for Symfony applications.
Docker based DEV environment for symfony projects. Similar to what Laravel Sail is to Laravel.
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>...]
directory Directory of the project to create symfony-cli-args Pass additional arguments/options to Symfony CLI (requires -- to be used)
--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
curl -s 'https://raw.githubusercontent.com/wiet-at/symfony-dev/main/bin/create-project.sh' | bash -s -- --full my-project
Use composer to install
wiet-at/symfony-dev as dev dependency.
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.
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
Symfony Flex should have installed
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
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
For easy of use there are some commands which will get executed inside the correct docker container automatically.
You can use those commands the same way you would normally do, just prefix them with
To install the
composer you have to run following command:
bin/dev-cli composer require symfony/monolog-bundle