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Instant PHP and XDebug on Docker
A while back I wrote a little helper script I could stick in my Linux shell which will just spin up whatever directory I'm in as an Apache server running PHP and XDebug, with a self-signed TLS certificate.
It's very useful when the built-in PHP server (
php -S) just isn't enough, or I want to run a specific version of PHP.
It works like this:
cd /my/php/project/ php_here 8.1
Anyway, just thought I'd share 🙂 in case anyone else finds it useful. You can find the tool here:
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