How to Setup Docker Environment for Laravel Development


For web developer like us, we eventually has many projects sitting on our applications directory. Sometimes it turns out that different projects require different dependencies and even different versions of the same libraries. By changing the environment for one project globally, we change the configuration for all other projects, which later could introduce compatibility issues. This is extremely burdensome when we often switch between them and therefore difficult to maintain all running projects.

Another issue is in such configuration, we also don’t have the possibility to create a local environment for each application that would reflect its production environment. Thanks to Docker, our headache is gone. Using single configuration we are rest assured that we are using same libraries between our local machine and production environment.


  • Terminal and knowledge of some linux command(s).
  • Docker installed. If you're running Linux Mint or Ubuntu derivatives, you can check my previous post about how to install Docker on Linux.
  • Docker compose installed. Test by running this command on your terminal:
    $ docker-compose

Download Laravel and Dependencies

We'll first download latest Laravel on our development machine. I'll use laravel-app for example. Shoot these command:

$ cd <your-project-directory>
$ git clone laravel-app
Cloning into 'laravel-app'...
remote: Enumerating objects: 8, done.
remote: Counting objects: 100% (8/8), done.
remote: Compressing objects: 100% (8/8), done.
remote: Total 31135 (delta 1), reused 1 (delta 0), pack-reused 31127
Receiving objects: 100% (31135/31135), 9.69 MiB | 770.00 KiB/s, done.
Resolving deltas: 100% (18428/18428), done.

It will download and store it to laravel-app directory. When it's done, we composer install as usual, but this time we run it using docker.

$ docker run --rm -v $(pwd):/app composer install

Unable to find image 'composer:latest' locally
latest: Pulling from library/composer
e6b0cf9c0882: Already exists
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Digest: sha256:75a6a13680d0be7074f1c52f78f508751258d002c6e3934a7d5c332739f2b201
Status: Downloaded newer image for composer:latest
Loading composer repositories with package information
Updating dependencies (including require-dev)
Package operations: 86 installs, 0 updates, 0 removals
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symfony/var-dumper suggests installing ext-intl (To show region name in time zone dump)
symfony/routing suggests installing symfony/config (For using the all-in-one router or any loader)
symfony/routing suggests installing symfony/yaml (For using the YAML loader)
symfony/routing suggests installing symfony/expression-language (For using expression matching)
symfony/routing suggests installing doctrine/annotations (For using the annotation loader)
symfony/polyfill-intl-idn suggests installing ext-intl (For best performance)
symfony/event-dispatcher-contracts suggests installing psr/event-dispatcher
symfony/event-dispatcher suggests installing symfony/dependency-injection
symfony/http-kernel suggests installing symfony/browser-kit
symfony/http-kernel suggests installing symfony/config
symfony/http-kernel suggests installing symfony/dependency-injection
symfony/service-contracts suggests installing symfony/service-implementation
symfony/console suggests installing symfony/lock
egulias/email-validator suggests installing ext-intl (PHP Internationalization Libraries are required to use the SpoofChecking validation)
swiftmailer/swiftmailer suggests installing ext-intl (Needed to support internationalized email addresses)
swiftmailer/swiftmailer suggests installing true/punycode (Needed to support internationalized email addresses, if ext-intl is not installed)
paragonie/random_compat suggests installing ext-libsodium (Provides a modern crypto API that can be used to generate random bytes.)
ramsey/uuid suggests installing ext-libsodium (Provides the PECL libsodium extension for use with the SodiumRandomGenerator)
ramsey/uuid suggests installing ext-uuid (Provides the PECL UUID extension for use with the PeclUuidTimeGenerator and PeclUuidRandomGenerator)
ramsey/uuid suggests installing moontoast/math (Provides support for converting UUID to 128-bit integer (in string form).)
ramsey/uuid suggests installing ramsey/uuid-console (A console application for generating UUIDs with ramsey/uuid)
ramsey/uuid suggests installing ramsey/uuid-doctrine (Allows the use of Ramsey\Uuid\Uuid as Doctrine field type.)
ramsey/uuid suggests installing paragonie/random-lib (Provides RandomLib for use with the RandomLibAdapter)
symfony/translation suggests installing symfony/config
symfony/translation suggests installing symfony/yaml
monolog/monolog suggests installing graylog2/gelf-php (Allow sending log messages to a GrayLog2 server)
monolog/monolog suggests installing doctrine/couchdb (Allow sending log messages to a CouchDB server)
monolog/monolog suggests installing ruflin/elastica (Allow sending log messages to an Elastic Search server)
monolog/monolog suggests installing elasticsearch/elasticsearch (Allow sending log messages to an Elasticsearch server via official client)
monolog/monolog suggests installing php-amqplib/php-amqplib (Allow sending log messages to an AMQP server using php-amqplib)
monolog/monolog suggests installing ext-amqp (Allow sending log messages to an AMQP server (1.0+ required))
monolog/monolog suggests installing ext-mongodb (Allow sending log messages to a MongoDB server (via driver))
monolog/monolog suggests installing mongodb/mongodb (Allow sending log messages to a MongoDB server (via library))
monolog/monolog suggests installing aws/aws-sdk-php (Allow sending log messages to AWS services like DynamoDB)
monolog/monolog suggests installing rollbar/rollbar (Allow sending log messages to Rollbar)
monolog/monolog suggests installing php-console/php-console (Allow sending log messages to Google Chrome)
league/flysystem suggests installing league/flysystem-eventable-filesystem (Allows you to use EventableFilesystem)
league/flysystem suggests installing league/flysystem-rackspace (Allows you to use Rackspace Cloud Files)
league/flysystem suggests installing league/flysystem-azure (Allows you to use Windows Azure Blob storage)
league/flysystem suggests installing league/flysystem-webdav (Allows you to use WebDAV storage)
league/flysystem suggests installing league/flysystem-aws-s3-v2 (Allows you to use S3 storage with AWS SDK v2)
league/flysystem suggests installing league/flysystem-aws-s3-v3 (Allows you to use S3 storage with AWS SDK v3)
league/flysystem suggests installing spatie/flysystem-dropbox (Allows you to use Dropbox storage)
league/flysystem suggests installing srmklive/flysystem-dropbox-v2 (Allows you to use Dropbox storage for PHP 5 applications)
league/flysystem suggests installing league/flysystem-cached-adapter (Flysystem adapter decorator for metadata caching)
league/flysystem suggests installing league/flysystem-sftp (Allows you to use SFTP server storage via phpseclib)
league/flysystem suggests installing league/flysystem-ziparchive (Allows you to use ZipArchive adapter)
league/commonmark suggests installing league/commonmark-extras (Library of useful extensions including smart punctuation)
laravel/framework suggests installing ext-gd (Required to use Illuminate\Http\Testing\FileFactory::image().)
laravel/framework suggests installing ext-memcached (Required to use the memcache cache driver.)
laravel/framework suggests installing ext-pcntl (Required to use all features of the queue worker.)
laravel/framework suggests installing ext-redis (Required to use the Redis cache and queue drivers.)
laravel/framework suggests installing aws/aws-sdk-php (Required to use the SQS queue driver, DynamoDb failed job storage and SES mail driver (^3.0).)
laravel/framework suggests installing doctrine/dbal (Required to rename columns and drop SQLite columns (^2.6).)
laravel/framework suggests installing guzzlehttp/guzzle (Required to use the Mailgun mail driver and the ping methods on schedules (^6.0).)
laravel/framework suggests installing league/flysystem-aws-s3-v3 (Required to use the Flysystem S3 driver (^1.0).)
laravel/framework suggests installing league/flysystem-cached-adapter (Required to use the Flysystem cache (^1.0).)
laravel/framework suggests installing league/flysystem-sftp (Required to use the Flysystem SFTP driver (^1.0).)
laravel/framework suggests installing moontoast/math (Required to use ordered UUIDs (^1.1).)
laravel/framework suggests installing nyholm/psr7 (Required to use PSR-7 bridging features (^1.2).)
laravel/framework suggests installing pda/pheanstalk (Required to use the beanstalk queue driver (^4.0).)
laravel/framework suggests installing psr/http-message (Required to allow Storage::put to accept a StreamInterface (^1.0).)
laravel/framework suggests installing pusher/pusher-php-server (Required to use the Pusher broadcast driver (^4.0).)
laravel/framework suggests installing symfony/cache (Required to PSR-6 cache bridge (^4.3.4).)
laravel/framework suggests installing symfony/psr-http-message-bridge (Required to use PSR-7 bridging features (^1.2).)
laravel/framework suggests installing wildbit/swiftmailer-postmark (Required to use Postmark mail driver (^3.0).)
psy/psysh suggests installing ext-pcntl (Enabling the PCNTL extension makes PsySH a lot happier :))
psy/psysh suggests installing ext-pdo-sqlite (The doc command requires SQLite to work.)
psy/psysh suggests installing hoa/console (A pure PHP readline implementation. You'll want this if your PHP install doesn't already support readline or libedit.)
filp/whoops suggests installing whoops/soap (Formats errors as SOAP responses)
facade/ignition suggests installing laravel/telescope (^2.0)
sebastian/global-state suggests installing ext-uopz (*)
phpunit/php-code-coverage suggests installing ext-xdebug (^2.7.2)
phpunit/phpunit suggests installing phpunit/php-invoker (^2.0.0)
phpunit/phpunit suggests installing ext-soap (*)
phpunit/phpunit suggests installing ext-xdebug (*)
Writing lock file
Generating optimized autoload files
> Illuminate\Foundation\ComposerScripts::postAutoloadDump
> @php artisan package:discover --ansi
Discovered Package: facade/ignition
Discovered Package: fideloper/proxy
Discovered Package: laravel/tinker
Discovered Package: nesbot/carbon
Discovered Package: nunomaduro/collision
Package manifest generated successfully.

The above command "docker run --rm -v $(pwd):/app composer install" means:

  • docker run: Run a command in a new container.
  • --rm: ensure this container does not linger around following the install.
  • -v $(pwd):/app is used to mount the current directory on the host (your machine) to /app in the container — this is where composer running inside the container expects to find a composer.json
  • -v $(pwd):/app will also ensure that the vendor folder created by composer inside the container is also visible on our machine.
  • composer install: runs the composer command on the container.

Configure Laravel Environment

After we've successfully installed Laravel, now it's time to configure our environment. Building your applications with Docker Compose simplifies the process of setting up and versioning your infrastructure. To set up our Laravel application, we will write a docker-compose file that defines our web server, database, and application services.

Create file called docker-compose.yml in our Laravel directory:

$ vi ~/laravel-app/docker-compose.yml

Make sure to replace the root password for MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD, defined as an environment variable under the database service, with a strong password of your choice.

Let's fill it line by line.

version: '3'
    # Our services definition below:

Web server

First, we'll define our first service. It's our web server powered by Nginx.

Enter these into our docker-compose.yml file:

  #Nginx Service
    image: nginx
    container_name: web
    restart: unless-stopped
    tty: true
      - "8080:80"
      - app-network
      - ./:/var/www
      - ./nginx/conf.d/:/etc/nginx/conf.d/

We map port 8080 on the host to 80 in the container. This is so that we can access whilst in development and won’t need to mess around with host names.

We use a single volume definition ./:/var/www to mount the everything in the current directory on the host into /var/www in the container. This will allow us to make changes to our source code and have them reflected in the running application immediately.

Note that we also bind /nginx/conf.d to /etc/nginx/conf.d. The purpose is to set our Laravel's Nginx virtual host definition. We'll create the file later.


Next step is defining our MariaDB database. Let's add to our docker-compose.yml file:

  #MariaDB Service
    image: mariadb
    container_name: database
    restart: unless-stopped
    tty: true
     - "33060:3306"
      MYSQL_DATABASE: homestead
      MYSQL_USER: homestead
      MYSQL_PASSWORD: your_password
      MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD: your_mysql_root_password
      - app-network
      - dbdata:/var/lib/mysql

We reference that volume by using the format <name>:<dir> So this is saying "mount the directory /var/lib/mysql from the volume named dbdata"

We set the required environment variables: MYSQL_DATABASE, MYSQL_USER, MYSQL_PASSWORD, and MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD.

We used homestead as the database and user name as these values match what can be found in the default .env that ships with Laravel, meaning we won’t have to change it there. We only need to set the password and make sure they're same between this file and your Laravel .env file.

Finally we create an addition port mapping of 33060 on the host to the regular 3306 inside the container. This is done solely to allow external tools easier access to the database whilst in development — it will not be needed in the production setup.


Now it's time to add PHP service definition. Again, let's add to our docker-compose.yml file:

  #PHP Service
      context: .
      dockerfile: Dockerfile
    container_name: app
    restart: unless-stopped
    tty: true
      SERVICE_NAME: app
      SERVICE_TAGS: dev
    working_dir: /var/www
      - app-network
      - ./:/var/www

Extra Configuration

Add these lines on the bottom of our docker-compose.yml file:

#Docker Networks
    driver: bridge


Create new file called Dockerfile on your laravel-app directory. This file will define all dependencies and extra setup.

$ vi Dockerfile

The Dockerfile file content is below:

FROM php:7.4-fpm

# Copy composer.lock and composer.json
COPY composer.lock composer.json /var/www/

# Set working directory
WORKDIR /var/www

RUN apt update && apt install -y \
    build-essential \
    libpng-dev \
    libjpeg62-turbo-dev \
    libfreetype6-dev \
    locales \
    zip \
    jpegoptim optipng pngquant gifsicle \
    vim \
    unzip \
    git \
    curl \
    libzip-dev \
    libmcrypt-dev \
    libxml2-dev \

# Clear cache
#RUN apt-get clean && rm -rf /var/lib/apt/lists/*

# Install extensions
RUN docker-php-ext-install pdo_mysql mbstring zip exif pcntl
RUN docker-php-ext-configure gd --with-freetype --with-jpeg
RUN docker-php-ext-install -j$(nproc) gd

# Install composer
RUN curl -sS | php -- --install-dir=/usr/local/bin --filename=composer

# Add user for laravel application
RUN groupadd -g 1000 www
RUN useradd -u 1000 -ms /bin/bash -g www www

# Copy existing application directory contents
COPY . /var/www

# Copy existing application directory permissions
COPY --chown=www:www . /var/www

# Change current user to www
USER www

# Expose port 9000 and start php-fpm server
CMD ["php-fpm"]

Next step we'll create Nginx configuration.

$ mkdir -p nginx/conf.d
$ vi nginx/conf.d/vhost.conf

The configuration itself is just like standard Laravel configuration on Nginx:

server {
    listen 80;
    index index.php index.html;
    error_log  /var/log/nginx/error.log;
    access_log /var/log/nginx/access.log;
    root /var/www/public;
    location ~ \.php$ {
        try_files $uri =404;
        fastcgi_split_path_info ^(.+\.php)(/.+)$;
        fastcgi_pass app:9000;
        fastcgi_index index.php;
        include fastcgi_params;
        fastcgi_param SCRIPT_FILENAME $document_root$fastcgi_script_name;
        fastcgi_param PATH_INFO $fastcgi_path_info;
    location / {
        try_files $uri $uri/ /index.php?$query_string;
        gzip_static on;

Finally, our whole docker-compose.yml should be like this:

version: '3'
# Our services definition below:

  #Nginx Service
    image: nginx
    container_name: web
    restart: unless-stopped
    tty: true
      - "8080:80"
      - app-network
      - ./:/var/www
     - ./nginx/conf.d/:/etc/nginx/conf.d/

  #MariaDB Service
    image: mariadb
    container_name: database
    restart: unless-stopped
    tty: true
     - "33060:3306"
      MYSQL_DATABASE: homestead
      MYSQL_USER: homestead
      MYSQL_PASSWORD: your_password
      MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD: your_mysql_root_password
      - app-network
     - dbdata:/var/lib/mysql

  #PHP Service
      context: .
      dockerfile: Dockerfile
    container_name: app
    restart: unless-stopped
    tty: true
      SERVICE_NAME: app
      SERVICE_TAGS: dev
    working_dir: /var/www
      - app-network
     - ./:/var/www

#Docker Networks
    driver: bridge


Starting Services

Now is the time for test our docker-compose file. The command docker-compose up will download necessary images and start all services.

To run the process in daemon mode use extra parameter -d.

$ docker-compose up

When running this command for the first time, it should take a while depends on your internet connection. When it's completed successfully, we can issue this command:

$ docker ps

You should see something similar below:

CONTAINER ID        IMAGE               COMMAND                  CREATED             STATUS              PORTS                     NAMES
ef8667f2b421 nginx "nginx -g 'daemon of…" 18 minutes ago Up 18 minutes>80/tcp web
fba96af44248 laravelapp_app "docker-php-entrypoi…" 18 minutes ago Up 18 minutes 9000/tcp app
35d7c5997bbc mariadb "docker-entrypoint.s…" 18 minutes ago Up 18 minutes>3306/tcp database

Laravel Initialization

Just like usual Laravel installation, we must copy .env-example file to .env and set encryption key. Enter this command:

$ cp .env.example .env
$ docker-compose exec app php artisan key:generate
Application key set successfully.

The 'docker-compose' command above means: Execute the command 'php artisan key:generate' inside the container used by the service 'app'. Another example, if we want to run migration and then seed the database, we uses artisan db:migrate --seed.

$ docker-compose exec app php artisan db:migrate --seed

Stopping Services

If you're already familiar with system administration, we usually use the keyword up and down as parameter to change service running condition. We've learnt above that we're using command docker-compose up to bring all services up. Now, to stop the services, we use docker-compose down.

$ docker-compose down
Stopping database ... done
Stopping web      ... done
Stopping app      ... done
Removing database ... done
Removing web      ... done
Removing app      ... done
Removing network laravelapp_app-network

Final Words

I hope that you now know how to install Setup Docker Environment for Laravel Development on Linux Mint 19. I'm a mere human afterall, I may made typo or mistakes. If you run into any issues or have any feedback feel free to drop a comment below.


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