Yesterday, Taylor Otwell released Laravel Valet, a development environment for Mac minimalists. It didn’t take long before Taylor also released a driver for WordPress, which is why I thought I’d do a write-up here on the blog. Valet is a super simple approach to development environments. I use Vagrant every day and I love it. It’s just that sometimes… Sometimes you just need something simple that just works! Well, Valet is that. If you are just curious to know more about Valet, jump to the bottom of this post, where I go over a few general questions. Feel free to add any additional questions you might have in the comments. Note: Valet is Mac only. If you are looking for a super simple cross-platform alternative, check out Wocker. Before we get started, you can also check out Adam Wathan‘s awesome ad spot for Valet: Installation Installing Laravel Valet is very straight forward, given you have a few things already set up on your Mac. I’m not going to go over the process here, because Taylor already wrote some great documentation for you. The 2 main things you need in order to install Valet are Homebrew and Composer. I couldn’t get it to work with my current version of Homebrew, so I

Yesterday, Taylor Otwell released Laravel Valet, a development environment for Mac minimalists. It didn’t take long before Taylor also released a driver for WordPress, which is why I thought I’d do a write-up here on the blog. Valet is a super simple approach to development environments. I use Vagrant every day and I love it. It’s just that sometimes… Sometimes you just need something simple that just works! Well, Valet is that. If you are just curious to know more about Valet, jump to the bottom of this post, where I go over a few general questions. Feel free to add any additional questions you might have in the comments. Note: Valet is Mac only. If you are looking for a super simple cross-platform alternative, check out Wocker. Before we get started, you can also check out Adam Wathan‘s awesome ad spot for Valet: Installation Installing Laravel Valet is very straight forward, given you have a few things already set up on your Mac. I’m not going to go over the process here, because Taylor already wrote some great documentation for you. The 2 main things you need in order to install Valet are Homebrew and Composer. I couldn’t get it to work with my current version of Homebrew, so I
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