[#Webdesign #Coding] Setting Up a Windows PC For Web Development: WSL, Git, Node.js, Docker, Oh My Zsh, & MySQL

Setting Up a Windows PC For Web Development: WSL, Git, Node.js, Docker, Oh My Zsh, & MySQL


By LearnWebCode
Published: Dec 06, 2021


LearnWebCode Let’s walk through setting up a Windows PC for web development, and use Windows Subsystem For Linux as the backbone.

My premium courses: https://learnwebcode.com/courses/

Finished product Node.js code: https://gist.github.com/LearnWebCode/…

Finished product Docker Compose file:
https://gist.github.com/LearnWebCode/…

    CONTENTS:

  • 0:00 Intro
  • 1:03 Windows Subsystem For Linux
  • 5:24 Just For Fun: cmatrix
  • 6:20 VS Code Integration
  • 8:57 Oh My Zsh
  • 11:00 Git
  • 15:52 Windows Terminal
  • 20:40 Node.js
  • 24:50 Docker
  • 33:18 Upgrading From WSL1 To WSL2
  • 38:25 MySQL

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