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Once set, we can make use of them in our Vagrantfile using the #{ENV['name_of_variable']} syntax:

8. Remote PHP Interpreters

The Vagrant virtual machine's PHP interpreter can be used as a remote PHP interpreter in PhpStorm. This lets us run our application and PHP-based tools on a production-like environment (our Vagrant machine), for example for running PHPUnit tests on the Vagrant machine. We can install only PhpStorm on our development machine, and run, debug and test our application on the Vagrant machine.


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