Visual Studio Code needs to know the location of PHP, for example, for serving projects into the web browser.
MAMP comes with several versions of PHP, eg. `/Applications/MAMP/bin/php/php7.4.21/bin/php`
In VS Code settings (`~/Library/Application Support/Code/User/settings.json`), I'm aware of two relevant settings:
* `phpserver.ip` (starts blank)
* `php.validate.executablePath` (starts missing, guided to add: *"Cannot validate since a PHP installation could not be found. Use the setting 'php.validate.executablePath' to configure the PHP executable."*)
But, when I add `/Applications/MAMP/bin/php/php7.4.21/bin/php` to either of them, it doesn't seem to go right, even with the MAMP server started.
When trying to serve the page in PHP Server, the notice "PHP not found" appears.