I use two computers and I have both to core with laragon on my dropbox.
On one computer, My dropbox is in C, and on the other is in E, to be able to work.
Before I start working, I have two options
edit the nging enabled sites conf with my new path (each time i work on the other computer)
Create a symlink for a virtual disk on one of my computers with that command subst E: %userprofile%
This symlink creates a new virtual drive E, to my local C profile, where dropbox is synced.
With the symlink, Laragon can search files on E, when they actually are on C, but with this, i don't have to update my nginx conf file.
With all this i want to say, that i would be cool if I could add that command to a list of commands to be executed automatically by laragon when I start the program.
I'd like some "SSL only" checkbox during quick add, so every traffic to http is redirected to https.
Would love to have this feature by default, so I don't have to edit every new project config on my own.
When I minimize laragon it does no appear in toolbar, but disappears into the dock section. This is inconvenient because when I want to open it by pressing on the toolbar icon it gives me a warning that it is docked. So I have to open the dock when find the icon and click it. This is unlike how any other application works when minimized. Can we please have the option added to not hide in the dock and to do what every other app does when minimized please.
I saw that you tried using MariaDB as default, but that didn't work out well.
You should use Percona instead, which is a 100% compatible drop in replacement for MySQL - free and open source.
So while using Percona you only gain benefits, even as developer (besides performance and security).
"Another important aspect is the ability to monitor and obtain statistics on the operation of the database, considering a very broad set of variables that include the very valuable performance counters per table, index and user."
Quote by https://blog.pandorafms.org/percona/
I spend a decade in WordPress development and prefer debug.log file which resides in wp-content directory. If laragon supoort for clearing the entries in log data with some confirmation message then it will be helpful. Not only for WordPress but othe CMS maybe have their log file. Clearing the log file when its big enough is hassle. On click viewing in text editor and some option to delete content inside that additionally will be helpful
So please remove the PATH for VS Code as VS Code already has a setting for adding code to PATH in the installation process. This is because in the location
C:\Users\shivapoudel\AppData\Local\Programs\Microsoft VS Code\
There exists Code.exe file which is initiated everey time when command like code --version is execuated via terminal. This will be a trouble for all VS Code user if they use code command via terminal.
My personal suggestion add laragon/<anything> directory related PATH environment but please don't mess with other Programs PATH to better handle as those programs already suggests you to either install or not PATH during the setup and maybe they can be installed later too. Currently I found VSCode and yarn setup over there, if possible please remove both of them and only keep what laragon installs.
Hi, when using CMSes, probably the best server to use to date is OpenLiteSpeed, because it is famous for its support for large amount of requests per second, memory caching and updating static and dynamic content. I hope this is possible.
I'm working as WordPress trainer and would like to recommend Laragon.
But for beginners (and most of my trainees are real beginners!), there are 3 open points for me:
1.) Please make removing/deleting a project available as menu item!
(Manually deleting www folder + database + don't know about hosts etc. is too complicated for beginners. And after installing a WordPress site in Laragon is so easy, removing it should be easy too.)
... a really needed feature!!!
2.) Please make phpMyAdmin "1 click" available!
(The manual install works, but is also too complicated for beginners. HeidiSQL works, but for training I need phpMyAdmin which is pre-installed in most shared hosting environments.)
3.) "portable" seems a bit strange when using an installer which (Laragon 3.5) also demands a restart of the computer ... (How can this be portable?)
Maybe more information during the installation about which changes causes the demand of a restart?
And/or less installation dependencies and more self-contained, really portable run-time components?
Hello Mr. Leokhoa,
First of all, please accept my thanks - a great product. Excellent balance of functionality and portability.
Could you please answer - is there in your plans an extension of the functionality by adding a PERL language?
I will be grateful to you for your response.
Thank you for creating Laragon with Go . I really appreciate it because I am training myself of this language both for web development and general-purpose programming using Laragon. In addition to Go, Rust is one language that I am learning too for similar purpose. They compete each other as being developed by two biggest internet browser developers (Google and Mozilla). I believe that both languages deserve same chance in coming to this Laragon family. I hope that there will be Laragon Rust in the next version
How about a clone function in Laragon? What's missing from my workflow is the ability to clone a website. Something like this:
First thing - In Laragon I'd like to be able to select an existing website > Clone > Enter new Project Name (URL) and voila! New website.
Second thing - In Laragon, select an existing website > Save as Template / Blueprint. Then when creating a new project I can create a new project and select a Template / Blueprint and voila! New website based on a pre-existing website.
For me this is specific to WordPress, my business has three major services of which one is building turnkey websites for businesses and a lot of the initial setup etc. e.g. Installing WordPress setting up starter theme, mu plugins, etc. etc. and this will save a lot of time.
Anyone have any suggestions to make this even better? Please join in the conversation.
URL works fine with mobile. Windows 10 tablet, a bit frustrating. Choosing one app from store that works among a few...found one that will work if the URL includes the http:// prefix in the QR code like:
Is there a way to have a global php.ini file that is included in all versions?
I have a multi-version PHP setup with Laragon 3.1.8, and for each new version, I edit the new php.ini directory to set certain INI settings back (max_execution_time for example). It would be great if we could have a /etc/php/php.ini file that is always included in addition to the default php.ini file.
Appreciate your time reading this and if you could shed a light.