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Drupal 9: Getting Setup Quickly With DrupalVM

11th October 2020 - 9 minutes read time

I like working with DrupalVM and I've worked with Ansible based Vagrant setups for years and so I'm very familiar with it's setup. More than that, I find I have very few problems with running it. I normally run it with Vagrant, but you can run it with Docker if you like.

When starting a new site project I normally add DrupalVM to the codebase so that I can get the site up and running quickly. This is especially useful if something like Solr is involved as setting that up is a pain. I thought I would go through the steps involved in adding DrupalVM to your codebase as it's pretty simple and will get you up and running with a Drupal site in about 10 minutes.

Start out with a Drupal site in a composer setup. I normally run the Drupal recommended composer setup file so that I have a up to date Drupal codebase, so let's do that here.