Laravel Horizon 3.0 is Released Featuring a New Dark Mode

Laravel Horizon 3.0 is Released Featuring a New Dark Mode

The Laravel team shipped Horizon 3.0 yesterday, featuring a new dark mode and other improvements. The overhaul of the Horizon UI includes a new “Night Mode” option and tidying up the jobs list and failed job details screen.



As mentioned in the New UI Pull Request, you now also can change Horizon’s base path /horizon.

Next, the horizon artisan command accepts an --environment flag to set the environment from the command line:

php artisan horizon --environment=worker

To get an overview of what Horizon can do for queue management, check out the main Laravel Horizon landing page. If you are new to Horizon, the Laravel documentation is an excellent place to start to learn how to install and configure Horizon for your application. Horizon is an open-source project, so you can also view and contribute to the source code on GitHub at laravel/horizon.

Check out the Release v3.0.0 on GitHub for the complete release notes:

v3.0.0

Added

  • New UI ( #522 )
  • Set the Horizon environment via command option ( #523 )

Changed

  • Require latest symfony/debug version ( 72cc3a7 )
  • Require symfony/process ( f2a214c )
  • Require ext-json ( 5a54d27 )

Fixed

  • Fix deprecated process calls ( #515 )
  • Add missing createPayloadArray arg ( #516 )

Removed

  • Removed support for Laravel 5.5 & 5.6 ( 8a92e09 )


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