Set up a Drupal development environment with docker-compose.
Posted in Tutorials
Personally, I always love using docker-compose to set up local development environments. This is because you have the ability to check in your dev environment in your project’s git repo, and the only dependencies you need on your local pc are docker and docker-compose, 2 tools I hope to already find on every developer’s laptop! In this tutorial, we will set up a clean Drupal install backed by a MariaDB SQL database to provide data persistence.