This lesson is primarily about vocabulary to help us understand the Lando ecosystem. A
recipe in Lando is a pre-configured start state for an application. Lando comes with more than 12 recipes out of the box. In the Lando 101 course we are using the LAMP recipe. This tells Lando that we'll need an application container with Apache and PHP and a MySQL container.
So, if we
lando start our
Lando 101 app we'll see those corresponding containers. Here is some of the output from
Scanning to determine which services are ready... Please standby... ___ __ __ __ __ ______ / _ )___ ___ __ _ ___ / / ___ _/ /_____ _/ /__ _/ /_____ _/ / / / / _ / _ \/ _ \/ ' \(_-</ _ \/ _ `/ '_/ _ `/ / _ `/ '_/ _ `/_/_/_/ /____/\___/\___/_/_/_/___/_//_/\_,_/_/\_\\_,_/_/\_,_/_/\_\\_,_(_|_|_) Your app has started up correctly. Here are some vitals: NAME lando-101 LOCATION /home/gff/code/lando-ops/guides-example-code/introduction-to-lando/lando-init SERVICES appserver, database APPSERVER URLS https://localhost:32952 http://localhost:32953 http://lando-101.lndo.site/ https://lando-101.lndo.site/
And if you run the docker command:
docker ps you can see the containers for the Lando 101 app:
gff ~/code/lando-ops/guides-example-code/introduction-to-lando/lando-init () └─ ∴ docker ps CONTAINER ID IMAGE COMMAND CREATED STATUS PORTS NAMES c92d36534d66 devwithlando/php:7.3-apache-2 "/lando-entrypoint.s…" 25 seconds ago Up 23 seconds 127.0.0.1:32953->80/tcp, 127.0.0.1:32952->443/tcp lando101_appserver_1 a5d7060a15be bitnami/mysql:5.7.29-debian-10-r51 "/lando-entrypoint.s…" 25 seconds ago Up 23 seconds 127.0.0.1:32951->3306/tcp lando101_database_1 7f64e8add1fd traefik:2.2.0 "/lando-entrypoint.s…" 30 hours ago Up 25 seconds 127.0.0.1:80->80/tcp, 127.0.0.1:443->443/tcp, 127.0.0.1:32950->8080/tcp landoproxyhyperion5000gandalfedition_proxy_1
So you can see that Lando has started up
landoproxyhyperion5000gandalfedition_proxy_1 containers. Behind the scenes Lando is managing the containers, persistent storage, and the networking for the containers to communication with each other. We don't need to worry about that Lando handles it for us. If later we want to take a deep dive you can see how Lando leverages docker-compose to get that all done for us, but for now just know Lando takes care of the right configurations for the recipe we choose.