In Laravel, one of the tricky changes when switching from a virtual server to Docker is figuring out how to run a scheduler and a queue worker. I see this question come up quite a bit when PHP developers are trying to figure out how to use Laravel with Docker.
Should you run them on the host server? Should you run via cron in a Docker container?
There are a couple of ways I recommend running the scheduler command and Laravel queues in Docker, and we’re going to cover the b... Read more…
Here on Laravel News, we offer multiple ways of staying up to date with new content. Everything from auto-sharing to all the social media channels, a read-only Telegram channel, a weekly newsletter and last March we started offering a daily email digest. To send the daily email we utilize the Laravel scheduler and Campaign Monitor …
Laravel Scheduler now includes a new method hourlyAt that will allow you to define the minute within the hour that a task should run.Read more…
Last week I relaunched Laravel News, and the new site is running on Laravel with WordPress as the backend. I’ve been using WordPress for the past two years, and I’ve grown to enjoy the features that it provides. The publishing experience, the media manager, the mobile app, and Jetpack for tracking stats. I wasn’t ready …
Matt Stauffer has a new post outlining four things he didn’t know Laravel could do, but learned about them while writing his new book, Laravel: up and running. The four items he outlines is: The Cookie Façade is one special cookie Attaching files to emails is easier than you think You can chain more Scheduler …
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