- Lists useful configuration variables
- Database connection details
- Tables in the database
- The connection via HTTP request
The package author explains his reasoning for creating this package in the readme:
When I have a new Laravel Application deployed on the target server, usually I perform a list of commands in order to check the configuration, the connection to database, inspect some tables, the response of the web server. I tried to show more information in just one command. This is useful also when the installation of your Laravel application is on premises, and someone else takes care about the configuration.
You can visualize all this information via the package’s artisan command. It has the following options:
# Run all diagnostics php artisan laralens:diagnostic # All available options php artisan laralens:diagnostic \ --show=config \ --show=connection \ --show=database \ --show=runtime \ --show=migration # If you only want to show the database info php artisan laralens:diagnostic --show=database
You can learn more about this package, get full installation instructions, and view the source code on GitHub at Hi-Folks/lara-lens.Filed in: News
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