We’ve just released DDEV v1.7.1! This release includes the ability to override a committed config.yaml, static port binds and longer project names. Install or upgrade now. Here are a couple of highlights: config.*.yaml – If you’ve been using DDEV on a team across different operating systems you’ve experienced how wonderful it is to be able … Continued
Development can be daunting, and the team at DDEV understands that. Working in DDEV means a simpler development workflow, allowing you and your team to focus on what you do best: crafting creative, compelling online experiences.
Using DDEV will simplify your development workflow.
Whether you are a provider, a builder, or a teacher, DDEV can have a significant impact on your efficiency.
Our community is excited about DDEV:
Best coding tools I discovered in 2018 and happily recommend: @code (amazing, everything I ever wanted from an IDE) and @drud‘s ddev (revolutionary for managing local web development environments). Give ’em a try this year! 😊
— Ryan Szrama (@ryanszrama) February 7, 2019
— Mathias Schreiber @TYPO3 GmbH (@mattLefaux) November 3, 2018
We’re quite proud of the automated testing setup we use to develop DDEV-Local. Each pushed commit to the project gets a full set of tests run on macOS, Windows with Docker-for-Windows, Windows with Docker Toolbox, and Linux (Ubuntu). Originally we tested quite nicely with just CircleCI (on Linux), and that did pretty well at finding issues … Continued
Much of what we do here on the DDEV team is in support of the modern projects users want to create, whether that means building out our highly flexible, customizable, Kubernetes-based hosting platform or our robust local development environment. Our goal is to support our users in as much of your work as we can, … Continued