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Friday May, 2024
Introducing Ozu, a static website deployment solution for Laravel projects

In the past few months we built a project at Code 16 to build and deploy static websites. We weren't very happy with the existing solutions, so we decided to create our own product with three main goals in mind: keep our Laravel stack, handle all the deployment stuff and allow our customer to manage their content. We found it so useful that we decided to push it forward and to package it as a product. It is not ready yet, even if we already have production websites built with it, but here's some details, with a link to register to the private beta, if you're interested: https://code16.fr/posts/introducing-ozu-a-static-website-deployment-solution-for-laravel-projects/ https://preview.redd.it/ptk5r69od62d1.jpg?width=1600&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=2f3dd80fba4e8f048af01dba625380db32ed5ac2 The landing page of the product: https://ozu.code16.fr

Is anyone using Laravel Reverb?

I've used Laravel Echo w/ Pusher before, and I now I'm trying out Laravel Reverb. I've been running into a number of hitches in the setup process, and I've found the documentation to be lacking for Sail & HTTPS/WSS developers. Has anyone else here tried Laravel Reverb? Was your installation process easy, or a were you faced with a number of obstacles? For the record, I'm not looking for help on my installation with this post. I'm just curious if others are having hassles too.

Open Graphy: Generate Awesome Laravel Open Graph Images

Open Graphy: Generate Awesome Laravel Open Graph Images

Setting up Laravel Horizon on Laravel Forge

Setting up Laravel Horizon on Laravel Forge

Unique and consistent formats for logs across all HTTP and Ajax requests and responses, as well as server-side error logs

Laravel-final-logger provides unique and consistent formats for logs across all HTTP and Ajax requests and responses, as well as server-side error logs. Additionally, it allows you to nullify any child properties to reduce the size of log files. https://github.com/Andrew-Kang-G/laravel-final-logger

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