LANDO

Administer Your Own

Cloud City

Derek Laventure

derek@consensus.enterprises

(DrupalNorth 2018)

Overview

  1. Assumptions
  2. Basics
  3. Customizing
  4. Workflow
  5. PLEASE ASK QUESTIONS!

Assumptions

You have some familiarity with:

  • Docker & docker-compose
  • Git
  • Drupal dev workflow (composer etc)
  • Recommended: install Lando from source
https://docs.devwithlando.io/installation/installing.html#from-source

Why not…

  • DrupalVM?
  • DDev?
  • Docksal?
  • [your favourite here]

Donald Glover shooting

“vanilla” Docker Compose

<span class=‘fragment '

Moshe: http://medium.com/ma-digital-services/dev-env-5d35b97f3473

Good Luck!

Shout Out

lagoon.readthedocs.io

<span class=‘fragment '

https://lagoon.readthedocs.io

Who me?

Lando Basics

D8 From Scratch

# Basic Drupal setup
mkdir chewie
composer create-project drupal-composer/drupal-project:8.x-dev \
   chewie --stability dev --no-interaction

Git setup

cd chewie git init && git add . git commit -m "Initial commit: chewie.lndo.site"

Lando!

lando init –name=chewie –recipe=drupal8 –webroot=web git add .lando.yml && git commit -m "lando init" lando start

<span class=‘fragment ‘

http://chewie.lndo.site

.lando.yml

name: chewie
recipe: drupal8
config:
  webroot: web

~/.lando/compose/

chewie/chewie-1.yml

$ wc -l ~/.lando/compose/chewie/chewie-1.yml 
127 /home/spiderman/.lando/compose/chewie/chewie-1.yml

Donald Glover Oooooh

Lando-fy

lando init --recipe=drupal7 --name=smithwriter --webroot=.
lando start
lando db-import database.sql

.lando.yml

name: smithwriter
recipe: drupal7
config:
  webroot: web

Buckle Up

Other

unzip grav-skeleton-onepage-site-v2.0.0.zip
mv grav-skeleton-onepage-site grav

cd grav lando init –recipe=custom –name=grav –webroot=.

GravCMS .lando.yml

name: grav
recipe: custom
config:
  webroot: .

proxy: appserver: - grav.lndo.site

services: appserver: type: php:7.2 via: apache ssl: true

lando start

Yeeehaaa!

Recipes

plugins/lando-recipes/recipes/drupal7/drupal7.js
  /*
   * Build out Drupal7
   */
  var build = function(name, config) {
// Get the via so we can grab our builder
var base = (_.get(config, 'via', 'apache') === 'apache') ? 'lamp' : 'lemp';

// Update with new config defaults if needed
config = helpers.resetConfig(config._recipe, config);

// Set the default php version for D7
config.php = _.get(config, 'php', '7.0');

// Start by cheating
var build = lando.recipes.build(name, base, config);

// Determine the default drush setup for D7
var defaultDrush = (config.php === '5.3' ? DRUSH7 : DRUSH8);

// Get the drush config
var drushConfig = _.get(config, 'drush', 'global:' + defaultDrush);

// Handle drush
var buildersKey = 'services.appserver.run_internal';
build.services.appserver.run_internal = _.get(build, buildersKey, []);
build = drush(build, drushConfig);

// Return the things
return build;

};

// Return the things return { build: build, configDir: __dirname };

Customizing

s/apache/nginx/

--- a/.lando.yml
+++ b/.lando.yml
@@ -10,5 +10,5 @@ proxy:
 services:
   appserver:
     type: php:7.2
-    via: apache
+    via: nginx
     ssl: true

What have we here?

Adding Services

eg. MailHog…

services:
  mailhog:
    type: mailhog
    hogfrom:
      - appserver

proxy: mailhog: - mh.chewie.lndo.site

…or whatever

  • Elasticsearch
  • MongoDB
  • NodeJS
  • [etc..](https://docs.devwithlando.io/config/services.html)

Custom config

  • custom php.ini & database credentials
services:
  appserver:
    config:
      conf: php.ini
  database:
    creds:
      user: l337
      password: droidlife
      database: falcon

Lando looks at Boba Fett

The Kessel Run

  • install 2 drupal sites!
  • example: SSO setup

.lando.yml

name: ra
compose:
  - chromedriver-compose.yml
recipe: drupal8
config:
  php: '7.1'
  webroot: web
  drupal: true
  xdebug: true

.lando.yml services

services:
  # RA site database.
  ra_db:
    type: mysql:5.7
    creds:
      user: sso-ra
      password: sso-ra
      database: sso-ra
    portforward: 32777

RA site web server

ra_web: type: php:7.1 via: apache webroot: web ssl: true config: server: config/apache/httpd-ssl-ra.conf xdebug: true overrides: services: volumes: - downloads:/downloads

  # RP site database.
  rp_db:
    type: mysql:5.7
    creds:
      user: sso-rp
      password: sso-rp
      database: sso-rp
    portforward: 32778

RP site web server.

rp_web: type: php:7.1 via: apache webroot: web ssl: true config: server: config/apache/httpd-ssl-rp.conf xdebug: true

mailhog: type: mailhog hogfrom: - ra_web - rp_web

Unquestionably Awesome

Workflow

Drumkit

Drumkit is a suite of Makefiles to simplify Drupal development

You’ve got a lot of nerve

Drumkit Setup

wget -O - https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ergonlogic/drumkit/master/scripts/install.sh | /bin/bash
git submodule add https://github.com/ergonlogic/drumkit .mk
echo "include .mk/GNUMakefile" >> Makefile
ln -s .mk/d
source d

Drumkit Help

Lando Calrissian!

.gitlab-ci.yml

build:make:install:
  stage: build
  before_script:
    # Bootstrap Drumkit
    - . d
  script:
    - make build VERBOSE=1
    # Check that scaffolding has been built.
    - "[ -f web/index.php ]"

test:behat:default: &test stage: test services: - name: mysql:5.7 alias: cop_db cache: <<: *cache policy: pull variables: PROFILE: default before_script: # Bootstrap Drumkit - . d # Build the codebase. @TODO cache this from the build/install phase. - make build VERBOSE=1 # Install the site. @TODO cache a backup from the build/install phase, and restore it here. - make install VERBOSE=1 # Configure and start Apache, and related tasks. - ./scripts/apache/setup.sh # Check that sites have been installed. - "[ -d web/sites/cop.lndo.site ]" - drush –uri=cop.lndo.site status script: - make ci

Woohoo

Debugging

  dynamic:
    # Just print the hostname so we know what service we are on
    cmd: printenv LANDO_SERVICE_NAME
# The format :NAME will use the service from NAME flag
# You likely will want to specify the option below 
# and set a reasonable default
service: :service

# Specify a service option to handle the above
options:
  service:
    default: appserver
    alias:
      - s
    describe: Run a different service

Lando hugs

Thanks!