- If you installed laravel-echo-server globally:
Project autorun name: autorun laravel-echo-server start
- If you installed laravel-echo-server to A-PATH:
Project autorun name: autorun laravel-echo-server start pwd=A-PATH
@RhRU : Yes, there is. You can use Laragon's Procfile Menu > Laragon > Procfile
@nurul-atiqah : Are you sure?
Please click Menu > Tools > netstat to be sure.
...means there are many others, but you may not be interested in
Yes, Redis is included with the WAMP version.
@Ryan-Mortier : Good question.
Actually, Laragon doesn't need an installer. However, your OS may not have appropriate Visual C++ libraries to run PHP, Apache,..
Laragon's installer will detect and install them for you.
Laragon is containerized to run inside its directory (
C:\laragon). You can change the directory or move it around because Laragon has auto-fixed feature and it's PATHs are isolated with your OS.
@lorenzo1975 : If you check Nginx, you surely can run at 8080
So, you did nothing wrong. You run
npm run watch to ask Node.js auto reload for you if there is any file change.
Apache serves your PHP at port 80. If you need port 8080, you can change Apache's port or activate Nginx.
Did you try
npm run dev?
npm run dev
@lorenzo1975 : You should show an image of your console so we can identify issue and help you.
@Anu-Tig3r : Yes, you can each service -- but the easiest way is install Laragon MEAN over and you'll have another Laragon portable.
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