The Laravel Scheduler now includes a new method
hourlyAt that will allow you to define the minute within the hour that it should run. This helpful in situations where you have a task that should run hourly but not at the top of the hour.
Using the same simple syntax as all the other methods and here is a quick example:
This will set the command to run every hour on the 15th minute. Of course, you can still pair it with the other methods to get more fine-grained control:
$schedule->command('mytask') ->weekdays() ->hourlyAt(15);
This feature is included starting at v5.3.29 and will allow you to use the familiar syntax instead of having to jump into using the
cron method to define it.
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