I'm using php to create a built-in web server in my Mac, so I can access my webpage files and route them through a file. In order to do this, I'm using the terminal command
php -S localhost:8080 routing.php.
When I'm with my Mac, I can access
http://localhost:8080 and I can successfully see my application, but if I go into another machine in my network and access
http://my-Mac-adress.local:8080, I can't access my application...
So, my question is: how can I access my application with another computer in the same network?
And also, is it possible to configure apache so I don't have to start my server with
php -S localhost:8080 routing.php every time I want to access it? The problem is that I'm using silex to accomplish a routing and a clean-url system, so I have to route the access to the
Finally, I'm sorry if I haven't explained myself clearly; I'm really a begginer with all these things of web servers.