Local Web Server Reloaded for Symfony Apps
The new Symfony binary introduced as part of SymfonyCloud will be a key piece of the Symfony developer experience. During his SymfonyCon Lisbon 2018 keynote, Fabien unveiled more of its amazing new features.
Symfony's binary provides a local web server that supports HTTP/2, uses PHP-FPM when possible and generates TLS certificates for local apps automatically. The new server supports multiple PHP versions, different PHP config per directory, aggregates all logs for easy debugging, allows to configure local domain names, etc.
Best of all is that it works on Linux, macOS and Windows, so you can download the Symfony binary and start using it right away. If you find any error, please create an issue on the symfony-cli-issues repo.
Check out Fabien's presentation to know all the details:
Stay tuned for more feature announcements and register for early access on SymfonyCloud.
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