Web Onboarding - Training - Installing Composer, MariaDB, NodeJS, Bower, and PHP 7.0

A guide to installing Composer (PHP Dependency Manager), NodeJS, Bower, and PHP on Mac OS X for new developers.

Installing Oracle Instant Client

This is the worst part of this - installing the Oracle Instant Client. This is needed to develop applications that connect to the ODS or the Data Warehouse.
  1. Go to http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/topics/intel-macsoft-096467.html and download the 12.1 64-bit versions of Basic, SQLPlus, and SDK.
  2. Open a terminal, and create the folder /Library/Oracle/instantclient_12_1
  3. Unzip and move all of the files you downloaded into that folder.
  4. Go to the main folder, and create a symlink as follows:

    ln -s libclntsh.dylib.12.1 libclntsh.dylib
  5. Then, make two directories: client and client64
  6. We will want to create two more symlinks:

    ln -s /Library/Oracle/instantclient_12_1/sdk/include client/include
    ln -s /Library/Oracle/instantclient_12_1/sdk/include client64/include

  7. Finally, run the following commands to permission the folder properly:

    sudo chgrp –R wheel /Library/Oracle
    sudo chmod –R 755 /Library/Oracle

  8. Finally, add export ORACLE_HOME=/Library/Oracle to the end of your ~/.bash_profile

Installing PHP 7.0, MariaDB, Composer, and NodeJS

Go ahead and open a Terminal window, and run the following commands:
brew tap homebrew/dupes
brew tap homebrew/versions
brew tap homebrew/homebrew-php
brew install php70 --with-pear
brew install -fs php70-mcrypt
brew install composer
brew install mariadb
brew install node

touch $(brew --prefix php70)/lib/php/.lock && chmod 0644 $(brew --prefix php70)/lib/php/.lock pecl install oci8

## When it prompts, type in this: instantclient,/Library/Oracle/instantclient_12_1

brew services start homebrew/php/php70 brew services start mariadb

Setup your PATH

Finally, you'll want to setup your PATH to include Homebrew-installed packages. Open a Terminal window and run the following commands:
echo export PATH=\"\$\(brew --prefix homebrew/php/php70\)/bin:\$PATH\" >> ~/.bash_profile
Once this is done, close all Terminal windows, and open up a brand new one. Test that PHP, Composer, and NPM are installed by using the following commands and making sure they return something:
php --version
composer --version
npm -version

Install Grunt, Gulp, Bower

Now that we have npm installed, we can install Bower, Grunt, and Gulp. Open Terminal by going to Spotlight or pressing Command + Space and typing "Terminal"

Once terminal is open, type the following command:

npm install -g bower grunt gulp

Once installed, you can test to make sure it works by typing the following command:

bower --version
grunt --version
gulp --version

Keywords:Saits, sa its, Student Affairs IT Services, dev, vagrant, php, composer, nodejs, npm, bower   Doc ID:45265
Owner:Paul L.Group:UW-Milwaukee Student Affairs IT
Created:2014-11-25 11:33 CDTUpdated:2018-03-22 13:56 CDT
Sites:UW-Milwaukee Student Affairs IT
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