How I develop locally — Laragon

Laragon local development environment window
Laragon launch window

What is Laragon ?

So, why Laragon ?

#1 Simplicity of setting up

#2 Virtual Domains

#3 Performance

#4 Extra quirks

  1. Ngrok.io instance built-in — Useful to share my local domain to a remote client again, in a couple of clicks. Simplicity integrated.
  2. Command Line — The built in command line is so options friendly and user friendly than the one I used to integrate previously. It even gets focused on VS Code’s shortcut but still you have to start in the first time.
  3. Git — We all use git. Laragon has it pre-installed. End of story.
  4. Notepad++ — This may be a personal advantage. I use Notepad++ as my secondary text editor to VS Code for opening individual files rather than projects and guess what, it comes pre-installed. Happy.

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A freelance web developer testing the waters on becoming a keyboard warrior.

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