gcloudcommand-line tool. From the command line, run:
http://localhost:8080using the script
dev_appserver.py, which was installed with the Google Cloud SDK.
scripts/server.php, which can be run with
composer run-script. Both of these are used to prime the file cache, which is required for the application to run due to App Engine Standard's read-only filesystem. The scripts are convenient wrappers for Symfony's
cache:warmupcommands, and are the equivalent to the following:
parameters.yml, and then reads it back and displays it in the browser.
gs://path can be used to read and write to a Cloud Storage bucket as if it was a filesystem.
app.yaml, to configure the app. The Symfony project adds this file to the code from the original branch. In the
handlerssection of the file, you can see the URL routing handlers for the app. For example, you'll find the handler for your static assets and front controller there. The handlers look like this: