@haakym: I was busy to add nginx to Laragon 2.1.0. Now, it's done and I will continue to work on Laragon Documentation.
Will put it on github and need your helps
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RE: Apache 64bit and Php 64 bit
@pramadiputra : The Antivirus and Firewall may affect much on performance on Windows.
If you want to use PHP 32-bit with Apache 64-bit and vice versa, you can use PHP Non Thread Safe version (which as -nts- in the download link)
From Laragon 2.1.0, you can use nginx so you don't care about PHP 32-bit or 64-bit, Thread Safe or Non Thread Safe,...
Laragon is designed with performance and speed in mind, so I hope it helps.
Laragon 2.1.0 Released with Nginx support and configurable Editor
I am so happy to announce the release of Laragon 2.1.0
This release added nginx to Laragon's services which has been requested many times from many developers.
- Released: 2016-09-20
- Update to Node.js 6.6.0, composer 1.2.1, ngrok 2.1.14, git 2.10.0, nginx 1.10.1
- Used MariaDB 10.1 as default DBMS (you can switch to MySQL 5.7 easily if you want to use Json field)
- Allowed you to use your favourite editor in Laragon and Right-Click Menu (just add Editor=xxx below [preferences] in laragon.ini)
- Supported Nginx. Yes, it is fully-managed by Laragon.
- Zero configuration
- Effortless operations
- Auto Virtual Servers (Virtual Hosts in Apache)
- 1-click to share your project(s) to customers
- 1-click to create websites/projects
- 1-click switch to any PHP versions
- Auto-generated SSL certificates
- Adding another nginx version?: just download & extract (see: https://forum.laragon.org/topic/240/tutorial-how-to-add-another-nginx-version)
(28.4 MB) https://sourceforge.net/projects/laragon/files/releases/2.1/laragon-lite-nginx.exe
(33 MB) https://sourceforge.net/projects/laragon/files/releases/2.1/laragon-lite-apache.exe
Note: You can use both Nginx & Apache with Laragon
RE: Using installed and registered version of Sublime Text
@mikeprince : You can delete the bin\sublime and create a symbolic link to your Sublime Text.
However, it is more convenient if Laragon allows you to select your favourite editor.
I've added this to my TODO list for Laragon 2.1.0