Vagrant provides lightweight, reproducible, and portable development environments for Developer.
Vagrant is a tool that makes it easier to configure virtual systems. You can also use a single configuration when collaborating to make sure all of your team has the same development environment. This way you can spend more time building things, rather than fixing systems.
How to install Vagrant
- Start with any local operating system such as Mac OS X, Linux, or Windows.
- Install VirtualBox
- Install Vagrant
Note: If Vagrant is already installed, use
vagrant -v to check the version.
4. Install the vagrant-hostsupdater plugin with
vagrant plugin install vagrant-hostsupdater
5. Install the vagrant-triggers plugin with
vagrant plugin install vagrant-triggers
6. Clone or extract the Varying Vagrant Vagrants project into a local directory
git clone https://github.com/Varying-Vagrant-Vagrants/VVV.git
Note: If you haven’t install git then install git first.
7. In a command prompt, change into the new directory with
8. Start the Vagrant environment with
9. Visit any of the following default sites in your browser:
- http://local.wordpress.dev/ for WordPress stable
- http://local.wordpress-trunk.dev/ for WordPress trunk
- http://src.wordpress-develop.dev/ for trunk WordPress development files
- http://build.wordpress-develop.dev/ for the version of those development files built with Grunt
- http://vvv.dev/ for a default dashboard containing several useful tools
The first time you run
vagrant up, wait for downloading packages that is included with vagrant.
If you want to power on the virtual machine use
vagrant up and for powered off use
I hope this is help full for each and every developer and you enjoy using Vagrant as much as I do. Thanks!