Setting Up Apache and PHP from Homebrew on macOSby@brunobrito
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Setting Up Apache and PHP from Homebrew on macOS

by Bruno Brito9mApril 20th, 2022
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At Tower, we use Apache to host websites like our learning platform and our main product site. We'll look at how to set up a local development environment using these and, as usual, we’ll try to cover the “why” as well as the ‘what’s. Instead of using the built-in versions of Apache and PHP, we'll install Apache and PHP using Homebrew.

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