On May 30, 2013, I sat behind a microphone with four friends and talked about Drupal. Four hundred episodes later, the Talking Drupal podcast is stronger than ever. The show is different and still the same. Over the past ten years, some of the hosts have changed, and the format has changed.
Back in 2019, I switched this website to WordPress. Today, stephencross.com is running on Drupal.
Local Drupal development has moved to docker based environments with solutions like Lando and DDEv. With these tools, it’s fast and easy to spin up a local environment and manage many projects. The days of MAMP and WAMP are (long) gone.
Below are steps to setup a local Drupal 9 composer based environment using Lando.
You need to have Lando installed using these instructions.
Create a local folder. <app> will be the name of your application folder and Lando instance.