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Bookmarked https://aaronfrancis.com/2020/laravel-pseudo-daemons. A Laravel pseudo-daemon “will instruct Laravel …

Bookmarked https://aaronfrancis.com/2020/laravel-pseudo-daemons.

A Laravel pseudo-daemon “will instruct Laravel to try to run [a] command every minute, to place it in the background, and to not start another one until the first one is finished.”

Laravel handles that whole part for us, out of the box, for free.

Laravel Pseudo-Daemons - Aaron Francis
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My site uses Corcel, a sort of translation …

My site uses Corcel, a sort of translation layer between WordPress’s database and Laraval’s Eloquent ORM. I’ve got WordPress living on a separate domain, and a symlink to its uploads folder in my Laravel app’s public folder. Accessors help me filter image tags, and the few shortcodes actually in use behave like they would in a pure WordPress environment, while my Blade-powered front end is 100% under my control. I like that; some of the markup WordPress produces is a bit of a mess.