Level Up Your Development Experience with Lando
Asking members of your team to spin up local copies of your Drupal application can result in an assorted array of solutions to the same problem: Some may spin up virtual machines while others may cobble together their favorite combination of Docker Containers. Some may struggle with native solutions on their machines while others may be entirely uncertain on where to begin. Adding common services and development tools such as xdebug, mailhog, or Drush may pose additional problems to even the more savvy members of your team.
Whether you need to simulate infrastructure(e.g. redis, nginx, solr), helper services(e.g. mailhog, phpmyadmin, xdebug), development tools(e.g. grunt, drush, composer), or common automation tasks(CI, testing, building deployment artifacts), Lando provides a solution to quickly specify and painlessly spin up the services and tools needed to develop your projects. It's a free, open source, cross-platform, local development environment and DevOps tool built on Docker container technology. Designed to work with most major languages, frameworks and services, Lando provides an easy way for developers of all types to specify simple or complex requirements for their projects, and then quickly get to work on them.
In this presentation, you will learn some Lando basics, including how to use Lando's built-in recipes to quickly spin up Drupal environments. You will learn how to define your development stack in a simple Lando configuration file that can be committed to your code repository and shared with other team members. You will learn how Lando can easily push and pull code, database, and files from hosting services such as Pantheon. You will learn how Lando can perform automation tasks and how easily it can do testing and CI. You will also learn how Lando can be used to build a decoupled Drupal/Gatsby development stack in just minutes. Most importantly, you will leave this session knowing that after making the switch to Lando, your team will never need to configure a virtual machine or install another local development tool for any of your projects.