Creating Microservices in Laravel (repost)

Microservice Diagram

We came across a great tech post the other day by developer and writer Alfred Nutile. His post describes a simple process for doing background processing and creating microservices within Laravel, a fantastic PHP framework for modern web developers. Table of Contents Background Processing and Microservices Distributing Workloads in Laravel Achieve Seamless Background Task Processing…

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Orchestrating PHP Dependencies with Composer and IronWorker

Package your dependencies on IronWorker using composer Overview This is a tutorial describing how to include and use the PHP package management tool Composer with IronWorker. Composer is a tool for dependency management in PHP. It allows you to declare the dependent libraries your project needs, and it will install them in your project for…

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Laracon, Laracast, LaravelSF – Oh My!

Laracon 2014 is invading New York City on May 15-16th and we’re calling all Artisans! Laravel is a modern PHP framework built for large enterprise applications as well as simple JSON APIs. It’s possible to write powerful controllers or slim RESTful routes. Laravel is the perfect framework for jobs of all sizes.

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Laravel 4 + IronMQ Push Queues = Insane Goodness

Laravel is an increasingly popular PHP framework with a strong and growing following. If you’re a PHP developer, it’s a framework to seriously explore if not dig in and put to good use. The design principles are centered around a clean framework that uses a simple, expressive syntax.

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