according to this https://www.laragon.org/download/
it tell us Laragon have three version︰Wamp installer version、Mint、Portable
I know the portable version meaning but how about the Mint verion？
such like the php
the installer Laragon version use php-X.X.X-Win32-VCX-x64 but Portable version use php-X.X.X-nts-Win32-VCX-x86
why the default version will that？
is it because the "nts" or "x86" only work in Portable or Mint version？
if not，why don't consider that no matter which Laragon version is，it have the same software version code（if could，it also more convenient for you to release any new version or even only have Portable version maybe one day in the future）
if I use apache 64bit version，so the php should be use the 64bit version too，correct？（x64 to x64 and x86 to x86）
such like the ngrok
the ngrok only exist in installer version，could I use the below trick step that the installer version to become Portable version
STEP1︰install the installer Laragon version
STEP2︰copy "C:\laragon" to "D:\laragon"
STEP3︰uninstall the laragon，so the "C:\laragon" should be disappear or blan
STEP4︰use the "D:\laragon" to instead and locate your project in "D:\laragon\www" folder and so on...
Just a quick note on how speedy Laragon is in the wild:
I wrote an article which is featured right here on the Laragon forum. A visitor commented on the article and tried Laragon, and needed some help because initially, he thought perhaps Laragon was not as fast as it should be, but after some corrections, his tests came back with surprising results.
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I first installed laragon 3.1 on a fresh computer and while it worked I discovered there is 3.2 so I installed that version as well. After that I had to install Visual Studio Professional 2017 for some other non-php related work and after restarting the computer I get the message that you can see in the attached file
What can I do to fix this? This popup came up couple of times after I closed it, perhaps 3-4 times after pressing OK
Because I'm still new in laragon and I dont know how to use it.
What I saw, there is wordpress that link with laragon but there's no link for HTML5.
What should I do to make my index.html can run with laragon?
I can't get the PHP date function to give me the proper time. It is always a 4 hours and ahead.
I have set the date.timezone = "America/Toronto" and phpinfo() shows that it is set to that. The default timezone is set to UTC and I don't know how to change that as there isn't a variable for it in php.ini file.
This isn't just happening with Laragon it is also happening on my server. Laragon is running PHP 7.1 and my server is 7.2. I am using php-fpm on my server. I am not sure what Laragon uses.
Using nginx on my server and Laragon shows both Apache and Ngnix when starting.
"Isolated - Laragon has an isolated environment and use built-in service orchestration, so it doesn’t affect your OS.
If you want to use PHP, Node.js & Java in normal Command Prompt, just click Menu > Tools > Path > Add Laragon to Path"
So my quest is how does Laragon achieve this functionality?
I am in the process of building my own desktop app that will need to install and run 3rd party software so OI am curious as to how Laragon runs 3rd party software isolated from the main OS system as I need to do a similar task in my app.
Anyone have any info on the basic concept of how this is achieved?
I have been working with this for two week now and the only item I can't get to seem to work is Logging. Pages load just fine so it isn't a permissions issue. It simply isn't logging. I have my log level set to debug and my log set to single. It SHOULD be writing out a file to storage/log/laravel.log yet it doesn't.
When I set up the mail driver to "log" it simply never sent the mail and still no log file.
I have tried manually writing to the log through tinker and through a controller and it doesn't fail but the file is still not there. I have changed the permissions to be as lenient as possible and still nothing. I created an empty laravel.log file and still nothing.
With Laragon changing technologies is super easy. Just few click and we are ready to go. Also we can have multiple in-memory cache systems, and multiple database systems! In additional we do not need to install others progams - laragon brings everything you need (for example HeidiSQL).
Developing with Laragon is just awesome You don't need Docker anymore.