A Vagrant box, customised for WHMCS development, built on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver). It sets up all the stuff you're dreading.
This Vagrant box can be used to create a local copy of your WHMCS installation, so you can then test addons and make changes to your website without risking damaging your public WHMCS. Developers can also use it to speed up WHMCS development.
public/whmcsdirectory, which should contain an
Vagrantfileif you wish
192.168.13.37(or the IP you changed it to)
You can create additional databases on first provision (or after a
vagrant destroy and
vagrant up). You can configure those in
config.json. By default, only one database will be created,
You can create a line in your systems hosts file to use a hostname instead of the boxes IP address. A guide to edit your hosts file can be found here.
The default installation path is
/public/whmcs but you can move that, or create additional installations as you see fit.
You can remove the cron or change it's frequency as you see fit, just
vagrant-ssh into the box and run
crontab -e to edit it.
Salmon for WHMCS, found @ https://github.com/grizzlyware/salmon-whmcs extends many of the default models with extended functionality, making it easier to query the Eloquent models. It also contains an array of helper classes to make common tasks in WHMCS simpler and easier to do.
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The best place to start if you need help with a specific product is to contact the developer. All WHMCS Marketplace developers have both a website and support URL listed.
Build, License & Distribute Your Own Apps using WHMCS
Generate, distribute and validate license keys
This module allows you to alter the language strings used throughout WHMCS.
This addon allows your to add html / php to the header / footer in the admin area / admin login page / clients area
Simple and easy way to debug your current page (defined constants, request variables, queries)
master pkv @masterpkv6818
really like it, this work perfectly
Jim O'Quinn @jim7563
I love Vagrant so was super happy to see this existed. Normally I use VMWare as the provider and this requires VirtualBox, which is clearly stated on the github page. So, I simply moved over to a machine with VirtualBox installed and BAM, one "vagrant up" later and I have WHMCS dev machine running.
Also, the provision scripts are a pretty good model to follow if you want to install a dev box by hand. All in all, 5 stars.
Josh Bonfield @josh3136
Thanks for the great review Jim, pleased that it helped you out. Not sure why I didn't reply to your review initially, but better late then never! Have a great day! :)Owner@Grizzlyware Ltd