Installation Using Docker - application setup
This guide expects that you have already set up your Docker environment. If you haven't already done that check the Installation using Docker.
1. Setup the Shopsys Framework application¶
Now that the Docker environment is prepared we can setup the application itself.
1.1. Connect into terminal of the Docker container¶
docker exec -it shopsys-framework-php-fpm bash
1.2. Install dependencies and configure parameters¶
If you are installing the application in production environment, you should install composer optimized. The optimized composer speed up your application.
composer install -o
During composer installation there will be installed 3-rd party software as dependencies of Shopsys Framework with licenses that are described in document Open Source License Acknowledgements and Third-Party Copyrights
Composer will prompt you to set parameters (description of parameters). The default parameters suggested by composer are currently set for application running in Docker so you can just use these.
Only exception is the
secret parameter - you should input a random string to be used for security purposes.
It is not necessary for development though.
1.3. Create databases¶
php phing db-create php phing test-db-create
In this step you were using multiple Phing targets.
More information about what Phing targets are and how they work can be found in Console Commands for Application Management (Phing Targets)
1.4. Build the application¶
php phing build-demo-dev-quick error-pages-generate
During the execution of
build-demo-dev phing target, there will be installed 3-rd party software as dependencies of Shopsys Framework by composer and npm with licenses that are described in document Open Source License Acknowledgements and Third-Party Copyrights
2. See it in your browser!¶
Open http://127.0.0.1:8000/ to see running application.
You can also login into the administration section on http://127.0.0.1:8000/admin/ with default credentials:
superadmin(the latter has access to advanced options)
If you need to inspect your application logs, use
docker-compose logs command.
For more information about logging see the separate article.
And now you can start building your application.