Install Magento 2 Using Composer in localhost. In this article I will guide to you how to install composer and how to install Magento 2 with Composer in localhost XAMPP server or web server.
At first we want to know about Magento 2 System Requirements? Here is the full checklist.
Step 1: Install Composer
After setup XAMPP server go htdocs directory E:\xampp\htdocs and Download and Run the Composer Windows Installer from here:
Check the installation using composer -V
Output: Composer version 1.10.1 2020-03-13 20:34:27
If you want to Composer setup on web server please please login into SSH terminal and run following commands to check and install composer. If nothing displays or you face any errors, please install Composer Download Composer
Step 2: Setup Virtual Hosts
Setup Virtual Hosts and create a url for run magento project. Open E:\xampp\apache\conf\extra\httpd-vhosts.conf add following lines for setup Virtual Hosts.
Step 3: Setup a URL
Setup URL on windows host file. Open C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts add following lines for browse site via browser.
Step 4: Download Magento 2
Go to XAMPP server htdocs E:\xampp\htdocs directory via SSH terminal and Run the following command in the htdocs directory.
Note: I have define “magento23” is project install directory in Setup Virtual Hosts section.
Step 5: Create The Database
Create an empty database to work with MySQL in case you have already created so ignore database creating step and next step.
Step 6: Install Magento 2
Run the following lines in Command Line to install your Magento 2
Magento 2 console command setup:install install Magento 2 via Command Line. If this command run without error you can see like following image:
Please check your Magento 2 project admin amd database information in app\etc\env.php file backend and db section.
Now Magento 2 setup is done in XAMPP windows server. Now write http://magento2demo.com/ in your web browser and enjoy magento 2 project.
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