On XAMPP. First, some InVision drawn impressions are laid out, so as not to dive into console frictions right away. Take, for example, this one – a perfect C2C e-loans solution on site.

e-loans site
git clone https://github.com/pbrilius/getloan.com.git

Cloning into 'getloan.com'...
remote: Enumerating objects: 391, done.
remote: Counting objects: 100% (391/391), done.
remote: Compressing objects: 100% (264/264), done.
remote: Total 391 (delta 175), reused 309 (delta 93), pack-reused 0
Receiving objects: 100% (391/391), 320.04 KiB | 1.60 MiB/s, done.
Resolving deltas: 100% (175/175), done.

Running OK, no problems of that. I have to additionally enable intlextension on XAMPP PHP component. It’s easy. Next, enter simple composer install on the target destination folder, in this instance – getloan.com.

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It gets unusually long this time, enumerating and enlisting, maybe Atom editor being installed prerequisites for IDE stage – as well, I think. OK, adding up .env credentials to database connection makes things interesting. Nevermind, outside it’s a humid top summer weather, temperature rising well above 30 Celcius degrees. Finally, the composer finished working.

./bin/cake server
Welcome to CakePHP v4.2.8 Console
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
App : src
Path: C:\Users\Povilas\Documents\atom-projects\getloan.com\src\
DocumentRoot: C:\Users\Povilas\Documents\atom-projects\getloan.com\webroot
Ini Path:
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
built-in server is running in http://localhost:8765/
You can exit with `CTRL-C`
[Mon Jul 26 18:28:03 2021] PHP 8.0.8 Development Server (http://localhost:8765) started

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