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Laravel, Codio, and Nginx

I have recently come across a *sweet* online IDE, this would be Codio. Codio lets you develop in the cloud and run the code on an actual server. This way you can write your code and run it in the cloud, keeping your development environment universal and in my case safe-guarding against my own nonsense. While Codio does offer their own documentation on getting Laravel going, it uses Apache and MySQL. So here is getting going with Nginx, MariaDB, and PHP-FPM on Codio for Laravel development.

Create your project Create a project just how you normally would, except select "Git" as the method for getting the base code into the workspace. This will give you an input where you can either put in an HTTP or SSH based git repository URL. If you are using SSH and you haven't setup the SSH key on your repository, it will prompt you to do so automatically with a key Codio generates. For now, I'm going to just use the standard HTTP URL for Laravel which is…