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Best WAMP Server for Local WordPress – Laragon is Easy by David McCan
Everyone doing web development or training up in web technologies needs a local test server. You know that testing on a live site is risky. Building websites or evaluating themes and plugins? Yes, you need one too. Are you interested in WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, or PHP? If so, and you are running Windows, then you need a WAMP stack.
It may sound complicated, and if you had to install Apache, MySQL, and PHP from scratch individually, it might be. However, there are packages that bundle these programs together to take the pain out of the setup process. They come with an installer and preconfigure all the settings for you. They have a “control panel” that serves as a launcher and provide quick access to options and settings. I’ve evaluated all of them and used many of them. In this article, I’m going to tell you about Laragon WAMP. It is free and it is the easiest to setup and use. Read on to learn about the Laragon WAMP package, how to install it, and how to install WordPress using Laragon’s “quick create” feature.
I'm using laragon for my project, today (unfortunately) y has a problem with my SSD (C:) and I have to format all, my project was located is \ but MySql was not working, I updated from MySql 5.7.24 to 8.0.23
before doing that, I have saved database files and old MySQL files, now I don't have my database, my localhost is empty
I have files in .frm, .ibd from the database (my tables) and I have my old MySQL files (.MYI, .MYD, .frm, .ibd, etc)
How can I restore my database in mySQL-8?
the original database folder is located in laragon\data. I have to move it?
I am wanting to try and install October CMS using Laragon. Is it possible to add October into the Quick App area? If you can add this link ('https://octobercms.com/api/installer') to the configuration file what about the database portion?
Hi all i am attempting to upgrade from a 0.9 version to the lastest does the following steps still apply
Dump your database
Rename C:\laragon to C:\laragon2
Install Laragon to C:\laragon
Copy C:\laragon2\usr (User's settings) and C:\laragon2\www (Projects' data) to C:\laragon\usr and C:\laragon\www
Restore your database.
I saw the above guide in one of the post but not very sure what does dump your database really mean is that the database supporting my web or it is Laragon own database. I do not use Laragon mySQL as i had setup mySQL in another database server
Also for 0.9 version i need to include this in my http.conf, will this still be required for the new version
So i'm trying to configure xDebug on Visual Studio Code and Laragon and i'm really having a hard time.
Using in visual studio code project terminal
I found out that it loads a different configuration file (C:\Program Files\PHP\v7.3\php.ini) than the one Laragon provides (C:\laragon\bin\php\php-7.3), how can i fix that?
Using php --ini, in Laragon Console displays the correct php.ini it is supposed to look at BUT in Visual Studio Code Terminal it displays another one.
"name": "Listen for XDebug",
"name": "Launch currently open script",
I used port 9003 because in xdebug info it says xdebug.client_port 9003 also the project is inside C:\xampp\htdocs if that creates any issues. I honestly don't know where the problem is that's why i'm providing this random infromation.
Also in phpinfo(); it displays correct
Zend Engine v3.3.25, Copyright (c) 1998-2018 Zend Technologies
with Xdebug v3.0.2, Copyright (c) 2002-2021, by Derick Rethans
I have been using laragon for some time now, but only recently I tried using a laravel script (MusicEngine). I wanted to use this as a website for my home.
I have site A (PHP script) works fine HTTP://192.168.0.104/vrajaraman_journal/