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Laravel Octane and Homestead: letting them work together

With the advent of Laravel Octane, it’s possible to take the robust foundation of Laravel and inject it with high-octane performance, leveraging powerful server technologies like Roadrunner and Swoole. Meanwhile, Laravel Homestead provides a hassle-free development environment to keep things smooth and consistent. In this post, we’ll explore integrating Laravel Octane into Laravel Homestead and […]

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Setting up CircleCI Continuous Integration with Laravel – Then deploy Forge or Fortrabbit

Including Continuous Integration is great, but there are many providers to choose from. CircleCI has a pretty decent free plan, but using it for your Laravel app might be a bit confusing. Instructions for deploying Laravel 5.5 with Circle CI: This site has a nice boilerplate script: https://medium.com/@wesmahler/circleci-2-0-configuration-for-laravel-5-5-with-laravel-dusk-ab1cc9b9d4a7 But if you found a better script,

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Travis CI – Laravel Forge / webhook integration

While developing tests for my app, I wanted to have an integration with Laravel Forge in this order: Push to Github after commit Tests done by Travis CI Call the deployment trigger url of Laravel Forge / Envoyer if the test runs successfully. This URL looks like: https://forge.laravel.com/servers/111111/sites/2222222/deploy/http?token=TOKEN To do this, create a travis.yml file like:

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