The stancl/tenancy package provides automatic multi-tenancy for your Laravel application:
- No model traits to change database connections
- No replacing Laravel classes with tenancy-aware classes
- Built-in tenant identification based on hostname, including second-level domains)
It works by using the current hostname as the tenant, switching database and Redis connections, and suffixing things like cache and filesystems.
The stancl/tenancy package comes with artisan commands and an API to do things like creating new tenants:
use Stancl\Tenancy\Tenant;Tenant::new()->withDomains(['tenant1.yourapp.com', 'tenant1.com'])->withData(['plan' => 'free'])->save();
This package also provides a concept of tenant storage, which stores things like the tenant’s IDs, domains, plan, and you can even store tenant-specific application configuration:
$tenant->put($key, $value);$tenant->set($key, $value); // alias for put()$tenant->put(['key1' => 'value1', 'key2' => 'value2']);
You can learn more about this package and view the source code on GitHub at stancl/tenancy. Also, check out the stancl/tenancy documentation for full setup and usage instructions.
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