Configuring MacOS for Laravel

Setting up MacOS for laravel is different than other OS. Here we will see 1. Setting up VSCode with proper extensions to write faster laravel code. 2. Installing and using Iterm, Zsh and git for better terminal experience 3. Last but not least, installing Composer, PHP, Mysql and Valet to get started with Laravel
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The Z shell is a Unix shell that can be used as an interactive login shell and as a command interpreter for shell scripting. Try this and you will forget Bash shell

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iTerm2 is a GPL-licensed terminal emulator for macOS. It was derived from and has mostly supplanted the earlier "iTerm" application. iTerm2 supports operating system features such as window transparency, full-screen mode

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Give an awesome theme that help you with git and related things.

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Syntax Highlighting enables highlighting of commands whilst they are typed at a Zsh prompt into an interactive terminal. This helps in reviewing commands before running them, particularly in catching syntax errors.

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It suggests commands as you type, based on command history.

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Give syntax highlighting or color to your vim

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Lets use Homebrew package manager on macOS to install various things. We upgrade our php version. Install Mysql Install Sequel pro to have GUI version of MYSQL database

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Composer is an application-level package manager for the PHP programming language that provides a standard format for managing dependencies of PHP software and required libraries.

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Valet is a Laravel development environment for Mac minimalists. No Vagrant, no /etc/hosts file. You can even share your sites publicly using local tunnels.

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Installing git and connecting it with your github account by using ssh keys

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