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readme.md

Laravel Website

This is the source of the official Laravel website.

Local Development

If you want to work on this project on your local machine, you may follow the instructions below. These instructions assume you are serving the site using Laravel Valet out of your ~/Sites directory:

  1. Fork this repository
  2. Open your terminal and cd to your ~/Sites folder
  3. Clone your fork into the ~/Sites/laravel folder, by running the following command with your username placed into the {username} slot:
    git clone git@github.com:{username}/laravel.com-next laravel
  4. CD into the new directory you just created:
    cd laravel
  5. Run the setup.sh bin script, which will take all the steps necessary to prepare your local install:
    ./bin/setup.sh

Syncing Upstream Changes Into Your Fork

This GitHub article provides instructions on how to pull the latest changes from this repository into your fork.

Updating After Remote Code Changes

If you pull down the upstream changes from this repository into your local repository, you'll want to update your Composer and NPM dependencies, as well as update your documentation branches. For convenience, you may run the bin/update.sh script to update these things:

./bin/update.sh
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