brew update brew install redis
To have launchd start redis now and restart at login:
brew services start redis
|"dev": "npm run watch & ./ & open http://ipropertymanagement.loc/ ",|
|"development": "cross-env NODE_ENV=development node_modules/webpack/bin/webpack.js --progress --hide-modules --config=node_modules/laravel-mix/setup/webpack.config.js",|
|"watch": "npm run development -- --watch",|
|"watch-poll": "npm run watch -- --watch-poll",|
|"hot": "cross-env NODE_ENV=development node_modules/webpack-dev-server/bin/webpack-dev-server.js --inline --hot --config=node_modules/laravel-mix/setup/webpack.config.js",|
|"prod": "npm run production",|
|"production": "cross-env NODE_ENV=production node_modules/webpack/bin/webpack.js --no-progress --hide-modules --config=node_modules/laravel-mix/setup/webpack.config.js"|
WP-CLI, the command-line interface for WordPress, is one of the most popular tools among WordPress developers. However, it can be extremely helpful for anyone managing a WordPress site. In this webinar, the main person behind WP-CLI project: Alain Schlesser will show us the ins and outs of the tool. He will give us great examples on how it can be used to improve your workflow, for beginners to experienced developers and for projects big and small. We will give you invaluable examples on how to perform different tasks with WP-CLI automatically, saving you time and preventing you from making manual errors, like:
|wp core download|
|wp core config --dbname=sample --dbuser=root --dbpass=root|
|wp core install --url=http://example.dev --title="WordPress Sample Site" --admin_user=nishikawa --admin_password=pass --firstname.lastname@example.org|
|wp plugin install show-current-template wp-basic-auth theme-check plugin-check wp-multibyte-patch --activate|
|wp plugin install wordpress-beta-tester jetpack contact-form-7 vk-all-in-one-expansion-unit|
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|wp option update blogdescription "This is a new project!!"|
|wp option update posts_per_page 5|
|wp option update thread_comments 1|
|wp option update thread_comments_depth 3|
This tutorial walks through setting up AWS infrastructure for WordPress, starting at creating an AWS account. We'll manually provision a single EC2 instance (i.e an AWS virtual machine) to run WordPress using Nginx, PHP-FPM, and MySQL.
This tutorial assumes you're relatively comfortable on the command line and editing system configuration files. It is intended for folks who want a high-level of control and understanding of their infrastructure. It will take about half an hour if you don't Google away at some point.
If you experience any difficulties or have any feedback, leave a comment.
Coming soon: I'll write another tutorial on a high availability setup for WordPress on AWS, including load-balancing multiple application servers in an auto-scaling group and utilizing RDS.
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