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PHP Built in server

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Learn how to use the built in server to develop and test your application without the need of other tools like xamp, wamp, etc.

Parameters[edit | edit source]

Column Column
-S Tell the php that we want a webserver
<hostname>:<port> The host name and the por to be used
-t Public directory
<filename> The routing script

Remarks[edit | edit source]

An example of router script is:

<?php
// router.php
if (preg_match('/\.(?:png|jpg|jpeg|gif)$/', $_SERVER["REQUEST_URI"])) {
    return false;    // serve the requested resource as-is.
}  //the rest of you code goes here.

Running the built in server[edit | edit source]

php -S localhost:80

PHP 7.1.7 Development Server started at Fri Jul 14 15:11:05 2017

Listening on http://localhost:80

Document root is C:\projetos\repgeral

Press Ctrl-C to quit.

This is the simplest way to start a PHP server that responds to request made to localhost at the port 80.

The -S tells that we are starting a webserver.

The localhost:80 indicates the host that we are answering and the port. You can use other combinations like:

  • mymachine:80 - will listen on the address mymachine and port 80;
  • 127.0.0.1:8080 - will listen on the address 127.0.0.1 and port 8080;

built in server with specific directory and router script[edit | edit source]

php -S localhost:80 -t project/public router.php

PHP 7.1.7 Development Server started at Fri Jul 14 15:22:25 2017

Listening on http://localhost:80

Document root is /home/project/public

Press Ctrl-C to quit.

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