This is a guest post from web developer and open source contributor Dennis Ameling, owner of fits4all. Dennis also contributed this guide to the DDEV-Local documentation! Find out more about Dennis. Now that WSL2 is about to become generally available as part of the Windows 10 May 2020 (2004) update, it’s time to look into … Continued
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:
— spooner or later (@spooner_web) October 9, 2019
Really got to hats off to @drud w/ ddev-local. Really made standardizing local development for our @getpantheon site so much smoother. Currently have it running on @ubuntu, #Crostini and @Windows 10 pro. Great stuff!
— ThoRob (@RawbCas3) May 7, 2020
The time to get startet with development has decreased so much, that mostly everyone can get startet within 15min. Thank you so much for providing this. #t3kudos
— Tomas Norre (@tomasnorre) December 20, 2019
Many of you allow DDEV-Local to use telemetry to collect statistics about DDEV usage. Thanks! We last shared these stats with you way back in March, 2019, so it’s time for an update. Here’s a report about usage patterns from recent months. Operating System Usage: Because DDEV-Local works the same on macOS, Windows, and Linux, … Continued
As Apple has ratcheted up the pressure on developers with new security requirements, we wanted the users of both DDEV-Local and DDEV-Live to have command-line tools they could depend on without macOS Catalina randomly disabling them and making life difficult. It’s been a challenging task, with Apple first requiring code signing and then later increasing … Continued