Getting Started With Vagrant And WordPress

If one wants to work from standard LAMP stack—Wordpress, in particular—the best advice in the past was to install MAMP or XAMPP to develop locally.

That worked great in the past, but now we have solutions like Vagrant, which instead creates a virtual machine with exactly the configuration you need to get started. We're going to take advantage of VCCW, a Vagrant configuration for Wordpress plugin, theme, and website development. The project is open source on GitHub as
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