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I would also recommend Craft Commerce. Since it is a simple to use CMS, it would be easier for you to manage content in it. Source: https://cloudways.com/blog/...
The process is quite simple. I assume you are talking about EC2 here, since apps are installed there.
With this command you can install it in the directory
git clone -b MOODLE_38_STABLE git://git.moodle.org/moodle.git
vps and cloud servers are best for craft cms. AWS servers are ideal because it can bear the load of multiple website. I am using AWS for craft cms hosting (https://cloudways.com/en/... ). I have hosted 5 sites on a Large server and it is working great so far.
@dsteiner Totally agree with you. Laravel and WordPress (https://cloudways.com/blog/... ) make a great combination. Laravel can also be used to improve wordpress experience. For example, integrate google doc with the cms to make drafting quick and easy.
Are you using the tymon package to integrate Laravel json web token (https://cloudways.com/blog/... ) authentication. I have used this package always. It seems really easier and hassle free for me.
Use Envoyer for deploying PHP apps. It is pretty easy. Here is a tutorial: https://cloudways.com/blog/...
You can also use other tools like Deployer, DeployBot or DeployHQ. All of them does same thing, but the process might be different.