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Job queues and workers are an essential part of any web application - allowing slower work to be done in the background without compromising end-user experience. In this post, Darius introduces us to Laravel's job processing capabilities.
Whether you're deploying to production, running tests on CI, or creating a standardized dev environment, containers are handy. In this article, Geshan shows us how to containerize an existing Laravel app with docker.
Caching is an essential tool for making web apps go fast. It's easy to implement but difficult to get right. In this article, Ashley Allen shows us how to implement caching using Laravel's built-in system, which supports multiple back-ends like Memcached and Redis.
AWS Elastic Beanstalk is an easy way to deploy web applications and services. Just upload your code, and it handles the details like server provisioning, load-balancing, scaling, etc. In this article, Samson Omojola shows us how to deploy our Laravel apps to EBS.
Every application has errors. It's how you respond to them that makes the difference. In this article, Ashley Allen shows us how to use Honeybadger to make sure your Laravel apps are performing as they should.
People are getting more and more excited as the awaited release date of the new version of PHP (v8.1) approaches. Learn what we know so far. Also learn about the PHP GitHub sponsors launch as well as the RevoltPHP project.
PHPDay, WebSummerCamp and LaraCon. Symfony CVEs. Laravel 9 release date is pushed back. PHP announces 8.1 release date and deprecates ticks. Laravel celebrates its 10th birthday!
One of the easiest ways to speed up your web app is to cache slow-to-compute data, so it doesn't have to be recomputed the next time the page loads. In this article, Keneth Ekandem shows us how to use Redis to cache DB results in a Laravel App.
As developers, our world is made of text, but computers only understand numbers. What gives? A process called character encoding maps numbers to letters. Easy enough, until you realize that we need to encode every character from every language while keeping file sizes small and staying compatible with legacy systems. In this article, José shows us everything we need to know about character encoding for PHP developers - including what to do when it breaks!
Debug your Laravel applications better with structured event logs.