At work, we’re moving our application from Zend Framework to Laravel. I don’t have much experience with Laravel so I’ve been working my way through Laravel 5.7 From Scratch . I’ve been amazed at how easy it is to work with Laravel but I’m overwhelmed by Artisan’s list of available commands. My goal over the next several weeks is to look at each command and determine why it’s there and when the command should be used. Mostly due to my own self interested but hopefully others will find it helpful.
I will be working my way through the default set of commands from Laravel 6.1.0 but I’m going to circle back and add more entries as things are added/removed. The order is mostly going to be based on what I’m interested in and what I’m working with the most during my day job.
ubuntu@ubuntu-xenial:/var/www$ php artisan Laravel Framework 6.1.0 Usage: command [options] [arguments] Options: -h, --help Display this help message -q, --quiet Do not output any message -V, --version Display this application version --ansi Force ANSI output --no-ansi Disable ANSI output -n, --no-interaction Do not ask any interactive question --env[=ENV] The environment the command should run under -v|vv|vvv, --verbose Increase the verbosity of messages: 1 for normal output, 2 for more verbose output and 3 for debug Available commands: clear-compiled Remove the compiled class file down Put the application into maintenance mode dump-server Start the dump server to collect dump information. env Display the current framework environment help Displays help for a command inspire Display an inspiring quote list Lists commands migrate Run the database migrations optimize Cache the framework bootstrap files preset Swap the front-end scaffolding for the application serve Serve the application on the PHP development server tinker Interact with your application up Bring the application out of maintenance mode auth auth:clear-resets Flush expired password reset tokens cache cache:clear Flush the application cache cache:forget Remove an item from the cache cache:table Create a migration for the cache database table config config:cache Create a cache file for faster configuration loading config:clear Remove the configuration cache file db db:seed Seed the database with records db:wipe Drop all tables, views, and types event event:cache Discover and cache the application's events and listeners event:clear Clear all cached events and listeners event:generate Generate the missing events and listeners based on registration event:list List the application's events and listeners key key:generate Set the application key make make:channel Create a new channel class make:command Create a new Artisan command make:controller Create a new controller class make:event Create a new event class make:exception Create a new custom exception class make:factory Create a new model factory make:job Create a new job class make:listener Create a new event listener class make:mail Create a new email class make:middleware Create a new middleware class make:migration Create a new migration file make:model Create a new Eloquent model class make:notification Create a new notification class make:observer Create a new observer class make:policy Create a new policy class make:provider Create a new service provider class make:request Create a new form request class make:resource Create a new resource make:rule Create a new validation rule make:seeder Create a new seeder class make:test Create a new test class migrate migrate:fresh Drop all tables and re-run all migrations migrate:install Create the migration repository migrate:refresh Reset and re-run all migrations migrate:reset Rollback all database migrations migrate:rollback Rollback the last database migration migrate:status Show the status of each migration notifications notifications:table Create a migration for the notifications table optimize optimize:clear Remove the cached bootstrap files package package:discover Rebuild the cached package manifest queue queue:failed List all of the failed queue jobs queue:failed-table Create a migration for the failed queue jobs database table queue:flush Flush all of the failed queue jobs queue:forget Delete a failed queue job queue:listen Listen to a given queue queue:restart Restart queue worker daemons after their current job queue:retry Retry a failed queue job queue:table Create a migration for the queue jobs database table queue:work Start processing jobs on the queue as a daemon route route:cache Create a route cache file for faster route registration route:clear Remove the route cache file route:list List all registered routes schedule schedule:run Run the scheduled commands session session:table Create a migration for the session database table storage storage:link Create a symbolic link from "public/storage" to "storage/app/public" vendor vendor:publish Publish any publishable assets from vendor packages view view:cache Compile all of the application's Blade templates view:clear Clear all compiled view files
Available commands: dump-server Start the dump server to collect dump information. preset Swap the front-end scaffolding for the application
Available commands: test Run the application tests ui Swap the front-end scaffolding for the application make make:cast Create a new custom Eloquent cast class make:component Create a new view component class stub stub:publish Publish all stubs that are available for customization ui ui:auth Scaffold basic login and registration views and routes ui:controllers Scaffold the authentication controllers
Scott is the Director of Technology at WeCare Connect where he strives to provide solutions for his customers needs. He's the father of two and can be found most weekends working on projects around the house with his loving partner.
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