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Deploying a Laravel Application Using Capistrano
November 25, 2013 @ 12:02:47

NetTuts.com has posted a tutorial for the Laravel users out there showing how to deploy with Capistrano, a Ruby-based automation tool used to deploy to and configure remote systems.

So you've just built a fancy web application and you're planning to put it online. This can be done in many ways. In this article, we'll cover one approach to deploy your backend system to your production server. We'll go through the following steps through the example of a Laravel application, but this can be applied to any other language or technology.

It's a pretty straight forward post, starting with what you'll need on the server and on your local machine as well as a sample "Capfile" to configure the process. There's also a bit at the end with some other things to consider like prompting for a password, running migrations and the command to do a rollback.

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Link: http://net.tutsplus.com/tutorials/php/deploying-a-laravel-application-using-capistrano/

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