Setup a new project using Laravel Sail (macOS)02:33
Executing commands inside your application containers02:20
Creating a database client connection01:30
Testing emails with Mailhog02:35
Changing the php version in Laravel Sail01:29
Run Sail and Valet in parallel01:39
Customizing Laravel Sail01:25
Setup Laravel Sail for an existing Laravel application00:49
Customizing Laravel Sail
[00:00] To customize Sail, first you need to make sure it's up and running. So do
sail up -d and then you need to publish all of its configuration files. You can do that by running the following command:
sail artisan sail:publish. This will publish the configuration files for both the PHP 7 version and the PHP 8 one.
[00:30] You can then go to docker, 8.0, open the
Dockerfile and make whatever changes you want to it.
[00:39] Let's say we need to use ffmpeg, which is a command line program used to process video and audio files. I can go right here after
apt-get install -y and say
ffmpeg and save. Next we need to go back to the terminal and stop sail using
sail down and rebuild the images using the new configuration file. And we can do that with
sail build --no-cache. And to test our ffmpeg installation we open a new shell using
sail shell and run
ffmpeg, and here it is.