DDEV-Local provides lots and lots of flexibility for you in managing your databases between your local development, staging and production environments. Most people know about ddev import-db and ddev export-db but those tools now have more flexibility and there are plenty of other adaptable ways to work with your databases. Remember, you can run ddev … Continued
DDEV simplifies integrating the power and consistency of containerization into your workflows. Set up environments in minutes; switch contexts and projects quickly and easily; speed your time to deployment. We handle the complexity. You get on with the valuable part of your job.
Save Time, Increase Efficiency
Work on an exact copy of any project—including its full environment—in minutes:
Make your changes, check in your code, dispose of the environment, move on to the next one!
Increase dev-to-deploy velocity:
Thanks to speedy context-, task-, and project-switching.
Better, faster feedback loops reduce the time needed to isolate, fix, and deploy fixes to critical problems.
Improve up-front task and budget estimation:
Through consistent, efficient development workflows.
Faster Onboarding, Faster Delivery
Quick installation and upgrades, effortless setup, easy to use:
Install DDEV and an exact copy of the state of your project (or a fresh copy of the CMS of your choice) in minutes!
Deploy in seconds or minutes:
Rapid, simple deployment leads to 100-200X increases in developer code deployment frequency to real production projects.
Reduce new developer onboarding time:
Shorten the time to first production commit from days or weeks to mere hours under real-world agency conditions.
Reduced complexity helps consistency and improves developer confidence, leading to remarkable productivity increases, no matter your technical experience or skill level.
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Flexibility: Your Tools, Your Way
DDEV and all of DRUD’s tools can be integrated with the services, hosting providers, and deployment scenario of your choice, including cloud, in-house, or hybrid models.
Open source for open source:
You chose to work with open source CMSs for good reasons. DRUD’s full toolset, from local development to hosting stack, is licensed with the open source Apache 2.0 license and is free to use, modify, and pass on to others.
Run multiple open source CMS with confidence:
DDEV currently comes with preconfigured environments for Drupal 6/7/8, TYPO3 CMS, Backdrop CMS, WordPress, and Java applications.
Ready to do more:
Fully-tested at every stage of its production, DDEV’s pluggable architecture is also customizable, and extensible. Supports integration with task and workflow automation and testing.
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Leave the complexity to DDEV:
Docker configuration, development environments, and dependency management—fully supported. We’ve got your back.
Tooling consistency you can count on:
Make your whole dev-to-deploy workflow faster, more efficient, and more reliable.
Identical environments everywhere:
From your local machine, to testing/QA, to live production (if your hosting supports Docker in production … like DRUD’s hosting platform does).
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Fully tested. Fully supported.
Dedicated support and maintenance:
Backed by an experienced team of CMS, DevOps, and agency experts at DRUD.
Local development environment that runs on any platform.
Built on strong, industry-standard technologies, including Docker and Kubernetes.
Focused on simplicity:
Opinionated architecture, with a focus on getting the jobs you need to do every day done quickly and easily, but flexible enough to adapt to meet tough challenges and special cases, too
Sometimes as the releases go by not everybody ends up noticing new features in DDEV-Local. People liked it the last time we did a “remember these simple new features” article, so here comes another one: Built-in docs: Never forget you can just type ddev (which shows all available commands) and ddev help <command>. Those are … Continued
Even though DDEV-Local is intended for local development on a single machine, not as a public server, there are a number of reasons you might want to expose your work in progress more broadly: Testing with a mobile device Sharing on a local network so that everybody on the local network can see your project … Continued