Local by Flywheel vs WordOps: What are the differences?
Developers describe Local by Flywheel as "A way to develop WordPress locally". It is a free local development environment designed to simplify the workflow of WordPress developers and designers. It makes creating a local WordPress site a light breeze. Any site created with it, will automatically have a self-signed certificate created. On the other hand, WordOps is detailed as "* An essential toolset that eases WordPress site and server administration*". It provides the ability to deploy a blazing fast and secured WordPress with Nginx by using simple and easy to remember commands. Forked from EasyEngine v3, it’s already much more than an up-to-date version of EEv3 with several new features including Let’s Encrypt wildcard SSL certificates with DNS API validation support, Linux kernel optimizations or a new custom Nginx package with TLS v1.3 and Cloudflare HTTP/2 HPACK support.
Local by Flywheel and WordOps belong to "CMS Tools" category of the tech stack.
Some of the features offered by Local by Flywheel are:
- ONE-CLICK WORDPRESS INSTALLATION
- HASSLE-FREE LOCAL SSL SUPPORT
- SSH + WP-CLI ACCESS
On the other hand, WordOps provides the following key features:
- Easy to install
- Custom Nginx build