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Local Development Environment for TYPO3 with DDEV - #t3oce 2020

Local Development Environment for TYPO3 with DDEV - #t3oce 2020

Get your local development environment for TYPO3 up and running within minutes and without deeper Docker knowledge.


Peter Kraume

August 02, 2020


  1. Local Development Environment for TYPO3 with DDEV Peter Kraume TYPO3

    Online Community Event August 2nd, 2020
  2. Peter Kraume • Senior TYPO3 Developer at bgm websolutions •

    Member of the Board of the TYPO3 Association • various TYPO3 community involvement (Content Team, TYPO3camp Munich, TYPO3 Meetup Munich) Twitter: @cybersmog Mail: peter.kraume@bgm-gmbh.de Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/peterkraume
  3. Short History of Development Environments • manual local installation of

    PHP, MySQL and Apache • integrated packages like WAMP, MAMP, XAMPP • virtual machines like VirtualBox or VMWare • containers like Docker All of these solutions require in-depth knowledge or are time consuming to set them up!
  4. What is DDEV? • container-based local development environment • based

    on Docker • creates automatically container for webserver and database (and more) • built in support für TYPO3, Drupal, Magento, Laravel, WordPress and Backdrop • open source software • maintained by Drud Technology LLC from Denver, USA • Drud is very community driven to adapt DDEV optimally for TYPO3 and the other systems
  5. Advantages of DDEV • first of all: you don’t need

    in-depth knowledge about Docker! • Cross-platform availability • you can import your already existing projects • capable to handle multiple projects at a time • each project can have multiple host names • support for Apache & Nginx and different PHP versions (currently 5.6 - 7.4) • locally trusted SSL out-of-box for every hostname • lots of useful developer tools are already included, like • Git, Composer, npm, yarn, phpMyAdmin, Mailhog, Xdebug • additional containers, e.g. for Solr can be connected
  6. System Requirements • Operating System • Windows 10 (all editions)

    with WSL2 (version 2004 or later) • (Non-WSL2) Windows 10 Home, Pro, or Enterprise with Docker Desktop for Windows • macOS 10.13 High Sierra or later with Docker for Mac • Linux: Most Linux distributions which can run Docker-ce are fine. This includes at least Ubuntu 16.04+, Debian Jessie+, Fedora 25+ • Docker 18.06 or higher • docker-compose 1.21.0 and higher
  7. Getting Started • Install Docker • Install DDEV • Get

    a SSH client It’s all pretty good documented! The link to the documentation is on the „ Help & Documentation“ slide at the end.
  8. Fresh TYPO3 Installation with DDEV mkdir my-typo3-site && cd my-typo3-site

    ddev config --project-type=typo3 --docroot=public --create-docroot=true ddev composer create typo3/cms-base- distribution:"10.4" --prefer-dist ddev start touch public/FIRST_INSTALL && ddev launch typo3/ install.php Finish the installation
  9. Useful DDEV commands ddev list => shows all projects ddev

    stop => stop current project - no data is lost! ddev poweroff => stop all projects - no data is lost! ddev describe => show project infos ddev config --php-version 7.3 => change config without editing the yaml file ddev composer […] => executes composer commands in the web container ddev share => share project on the internet via ngrok
  10. More DDEV Commands ddev exec [command] => execute a shell

    command in the container ddev ssh => Starts a shell session in the container ddev import-db --src=dump.sql.gz => import DB dumps (sql, sql.gz, tar.gz, zip) ddev logs => get the logs from your running services ddev snapshot => create a database snapshot ddev restore-snapshot => restore a project's database
  11. Delete DDEV project ddev delete -O => deletes the containers

    and database data. => The code and its .ddev directory will not be touched. => Afterwards you can delete the project folder.
  12. Miscellaneous • AdditionalConfiguration.php • if you create a fresh TYPO3

    installation, DDEV creates the file for you and already enters the database credentials • for existing projects you need to enter the credentials manually (see ddev describe for the credentials) • enable xdebug support: • ddev xdebug on
  13. Extending DDEV • Extending and Customizing Environments • e.g. PHP

    version, webserver type, custom environment variables, web server settings • Additional Services • e.g. Solr, Redis, Blackfire.io • Defining Custom Services with Docker Compose • e.g. to set the TYPO3_CONTEXT • Customizing Docker Images • e.g. add further PHP Modules like php-yaml • Custom Commands • Global or project specific commands to run either on the host or in a container • In-container Configuration • e.g. custom Git or SSH configuration • Hooks • can be used to automate setup tasks specific to your project • define them in the project's config.yaml file
  14. Help & Documentation • TYPO3 Slack Channel: #ddev • Installation:

    https://ddev.readthedocs.io/en/latest/#installation • Tutorial: https://typo3.com/blog/tutorial-get-a-local-typo3-v10-installation- with-no-effort • Bugs: https://github.com/drud/ddev/issues • Stack Overflow: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/ddev • Documentation: https://ddev.readthedocs.io/en/latest/
  15. Thank you! Twitter: @cybersmog Slack: @cybersmog Mail: peter.kraume@bgm-gmbh.de Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/peterkraume

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