Create Laravel project and push it to gitlab

Today, we have opened a new project to sum up: 1. Create a Laravel project 1.1 There are generally two ways to create, composer command line and PHP-Storm editor.( https://www.jianshu.com/p/0941dcfc939a There are two composer modes, Via Laravel Installer and Via Composer Create-Project.( https://laravel.com/docs/5.7 Here we use the second. ...

Posted on Thu, 20 Jun 2019 11:56:15 -0700 by anticore

Analysis of Laravel Queue System--Worker

Translated GitHub https://github.com/yuansir/diving-laravel-zh Links to the original text https://divinglaravel.com/queue-system/workers Now that we know how Laravel pushes jobs into different queues, let's take a closer look at how workers operate your jobs. First, I define workers as a simple PHP process that runs in the background to extract ...

Posted on Wed, 12 Jun 2019 16:38:52 -0700 by rockyracoon

centos 7 uses supervisor to manage laravel queues

supervisor A client/server service developed by python is a process management tool under linux/unix system. It can easily monitor, stop, and restart one or more processes. The process managed by supervisor is killed unexpectedly. When supervisor hears the process dead, it will automatically pull it up again. It is very convenient to achieve th ...

Posted on Thu, 06 Jun 2019 15:07:48 -0700 by Gmunky

Performance comparison of mainstream php frameworks

There are four php frameworks that we are testing for this comparison thinkphp ci laveral ppf The first three are the mainstream php frameworks on the market, and the fourth is the lightweight php framework I wrote. Let's test the test results of the four frameworks in the siege software together. How siege conducts stress testing A brief int ...

Posted on Tue, 04 Jun 2019 10:28:33 -0700 by grayson

laravel5.5 Source Reading Draft - Entry

The start of laravel needs to appear in the browser through routing, middleware, controller, model and view. Routing, middleware, and models all have their own classes, such as Route::any(), DB::table(), $this - > middleware (), and so on. These functions are all deployed by an object called IOC (service container). It's like a housekeeper i ...

Posted on Sat, 18 May 2019 13:56:24 -0700 by karlovac

PHP full stack from entry to proficiency 1

thinkphp framework is a set of codes (constants, methods, and classes). The framework is a semi-finished application and contains some excellent design patterns. Framework use, code style is different, maintenance is difficult, project life cycle is short, function expansion is limited, the advantage is simple, fast, efficient, do not need to ...

Posted on Sat, 18 May 2019 10:24:07 -0700 by moon 111

Lumen Framework "Service Container" Source Parsing

1. Service Container "Service Container" is the core of Lumen framework system function scheduling configuration, which provides a series of services in the whole framework operation process. "Service container" is the carrier of providing services (services can be understood as what the system needs in operation, such as ob ...

Posted on Tue, 30 Apr 2019 01:50:36 -0700 by chrishawkins

Laravel Dusk browser testing is more elegant

Welcome to my other concerns Github blog and Brief book Exchange with each other! When you start your application with a Laravel 5.4, Laravel Dusk brings us an API tested in browsers, which gives us a built-in Chrome Driver, and of course other browsers can use Selenium if they want to use it. ] When your environment supports Laravel 5.4, ...

Posted on Sat, 13 Apr 2019 10:24:33 -0700 by fernyburn

vue-cli vuelidate verification registration based on back-end data

introduce After implementing the basic validation of vuelidate, we need to really implement the registration and login in the project and our validation process. I will also put some specific code on my gist Back-end api and data preparation For front-end requests, laravel as a back-end project requires data processing and corresponding feedbac ...

Posted on Fri, 12 Apr 2019 03:09:32 -0700 by lush_pierre

Laravel Source Introduction - Start the boot process (5) $kernel->handle($request)

That is, "Introduction to Laravel Source-Start the Boot Process (IV) app/Http/Kernel.php" Kernel did two things, the first was to define $bootstraps [], to prepare the boot system, and the second was to define various middleware, which processed, processed, selected and judged the $request, and ultimately prepared for a correct and ef ...

Posted on Thu, 14 Feb 2019 11:09:19 -0800 by xentia