Dispatcher is a Laravel artisan command scheduling tool used to schedule artisan commands within your project so you don't need to touch your crontab when deploying.

Last update: May 3, 2022

Dispatcher

Dispatcher allows you to schedule your artisan commands within your Laravel project, eliminating the need to touch the crontab when deploying. It also allows commands to run per environment and keeps your scheduling logic where it should be, in your version control.

use Indatus\Dispatcher\Scheduling\ScheduledCommand;
use Indatus\Dispatcher\Scheduling\Schedulable;
use Indatus\Dispatcher\Drivers\DateTime\Scheduler;

class MyCommand extends ScheduledCommand {
	public function schedule(Schedulable $scheduler)
	{
        //every day at 4:17am
        return $scheduler
            ->daily()
            ->hours(4)
            ->minutes(17);
    }
}

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README Contents

## Features
  • Schedule artisan commands to run automatically
  • Scheduling is maintained within your version control system
  • Single source of truth for when and where commands run
  • Schedule commands to run with arguments and options
  • Run commands as other users
  • Run commands in certain environments
  • Use custom drivers for custom scheduling contexts
## Tutorial

By Ben Kuhl at the Laravel Louisville meetup (@lurvul): Video - Slides

By Jefferey Way at Laracasts: Recurring Tasks the Laravel Way

## Installation

NOTICE: Laravel 5 now includes scheduling out of the box. This package will no longer be maintained for Laravel 5 and above

Requirements 1.4.* 2.*
Laravel 4.1/4.2 5.x
PHP 5.3+ 5.4+
HHVM 3.3+ 3.3+
Install with Composer... ~1.4 [email protected]

If you're using Laravel 4 view the readme in the 1.4 branch

Add this line to the providers array in your config/app.php file :

        'Indatus\Dispatcher\ServiceProvider',

Add the following to your root Crontab (via sudo crontab -e):

* * * * * php /path/to/artisan scheduled:run 1>> /dev/null 2>&1

If you are adding this to /etc/cron.d you'll need to specify a user immediately after * * * * *.

You may add this to any user's Crontab, but only the root crontab can run commands as other users.

### Upgrading from 1.4 to 2.0

In all scheduled commands...

## Usage
scheduled
  scheduled:make              Create a new scheduled artisan command
  scheduled:run               Run scheduled commands
  scheduled:summary           View a summary of all scheduled artisan commands

If commands are not visible via php artisan then they cannot be scheduled.

### Generating New Scheduled Commands

Use php artisan scheduled:make to generate a new scheduled command, the same way you would use artisan's command:make. Then register your command with Laravel.

### Scheduling Existing Commands

You may either implement \Indatus\Dispatcher\Scheduling\ScheduledCommandInterface or follow the below steps.

  1. Add use statements to your command. If you're using a custom driver you will use a different Scheduler class.
use Indatus\Dispatcher\Scheduling\ScheduledCommand;
use Indatus\Dispatcher\Scheduling\Schedulable;
use Indatus\Dispatcher\Drivers\DateTime\Scheduler;
  1. Extend \Indatus\Dispatcher\Scheduling\ScheduledCommand
  2. Implement schedule():
	/**
	 * When a command should run
	 *
	 * @param Scheduler $scheduler
	 *
	 * @return Scheduler
	 */
	public function schedule(Schedulable $scheduler)
	{
		return $scheduler;
    }

For details and examples on how to schedule, see the DateTime Driver.

### Running Commands As Users

You may override user() to run a given artisan command as a specific user. Ensure your scheduled:run artisan command is running as root.

    public function user()
    {
        return 'backup';
    }

This feature may not be supported by all drivers.

### Environment-Specific Commands

You may override environment() to ensure your command is only scheduled in specific environments. It should provide a single environment or an array of environments.

    public function environment()
    {
        return ['development','staging'];
    }
### Maintenance Mode

By default, cron commands will not run when application is in Maintenance Mode. This will prevent all sorts of weird output that might occur if a cron command is run while you are migrating a database or doing a composer update.

You may override runInMaintenanceMode() to force your command to still be run while the application is in maintenance mode.

    public function runInMaintenanceMode()
    {
        return true;
    }
### Advanced scheduling

You may schedule a given command to to run at multiple times by schedule() returning multiple Schedulable instances.

	public function schedule(Schedulable $scheduler)
	{
        return [
            // 5am Mon-Fri
            $scheduler->everyWeekday()->hours(5),

            // 2am every Saturday
            App::make(get_class($scheduler))
                ->daysOfTheWeek(Scheduler::SATURDAY)
                ->hours(2)
        ];
    }

You may also schedule a command to run with arguments and options.

	public function schedule(Schedulable $scheduler)
	{
		return [
            // equivalent to: php /path/to/artisan command:name /path/to/file
            $scheduler->args(['/path/to/file'])
                ->everyWeekday()
                ->hours(5),

            // equivalent to: php /path/to/artisan command:name /path/to/file --force --toDelete="expired" --exclude="admins" --exclude="developers"
            $scheduler->args(['/path/to/file'])
                ->opts([
                    'force',
                    'toDelete' => 'expired',
                    'exclude' => [
                        'admins',
                        'developers'
                    ]
                ])
                ->daysOfTheMonth([1, 15])
                ->hours(2)
        ];
	}

NOTE: Both args() and opts(), whichever is called first, will internally create a new Schedulable instance for you so you don't need to App::make().

## Drivers

Drivers provide the ability to add additional context to your scheduling. Building custom drivers is a great way to customize this context to your application's needs.

### DateTime (Default)

Examples of how to schedule:

	public function schedule(Schedulable $scheduler)
	{
        //every day at 4:17am
        return $scheduler->daily()->hours(4)->minutes(17);
    }
	public function schedule(Schedulable $scheduler)
	{
        //every Tuesday/Thursday at 5:03am
        return $scheduler->daysOfTheWeek([
                Scheduler::TUESDAY,
                Scheduler::THURSDAY
            ])->hours(5)->minutes(3);
    }
	public function schedule(Schedulable $scheduler)
	{
        //the second and third Tuesday of every month at 12am
        return $scheduler->monthly()->week([2, 3])->daysOfTheWeek(Day::TUESDAY);
    }
## Custom Drivers

Custom drivers allow you to provide application context within scheduling. For example, an education-based application may contain scheduling methods like inServiceDays(), springBreak() and christmasBreak() where commands are run or don't run during those times.

Create a packagepath such as \MyApp\ScheduleDriver\ and create two classes:

  • Scheduler that implements Indatus\Dispatcher\Scheduling\Schedulable. This class should provide a useful interface for programmers to schedule their commands.
  • ScheduleService that extends \Indatus\Dispatcher\Services\ScheduleService. This class contains logic on how to determine if a command is due to run.

Publish the configs using php artisan config:publish indatus/dispatcher. Then update your driver configuration to reference the package in which these 2 classes are included (do not include a trailing slash):

    'driver' => '\MyApp\ScheduleDriver'
## FAQ

I need to deploy to multiple servers representing a single environment. How can I be sure my command is only run by a single server and not run on each server?

Schedule scheduled:run to run every minute with rcron:

* * * * * /usr/bin/rcron php /path/to/artisan scheduled:run 1>> /dev/null 2>&1

Why are my commands not running when I've scheduled them correctly? I'm also not seeing any error output

  1. Verify that mcrypt is installed and working correctly via the command php -i | mcrypt.

  2. Utilizing php artisan scheduled:run --debug will tell you why they're not running. If you do not see your command listed here then it is not set up correctly.

Example:

$ php artisan scheduled:run --debug                                                                                        
Running commands...
     backup:avatars: No schedules were due
     command:name: No schedules were due
     myTestCommand:name: No schedules were due
     cache:clean: /usr/bin/env php /Users/myUser/myApp/artisan cache:clean > /dev/null &
     mail:subscribers: /usr/bin/env php /Users/myUser/myApp/artisan mail:subscribers > /dev/null &

I have commands that extend ScheduledCommand but why don't they appear in when I run scheduled:summary?

Commands that are disabled will not appear here. Check and be sure isEnabled() returns true on those commands.

GitHub

https://github.com/indatus/dispatcher
Comments
  • 1. exception 'InvalidArgumentException' with message 'There are no commands defined in the "xxx" namespace.'

    I'm getting this error:

    [2014-08-24 20:19:02] staging.ERROR: exception 'InvalidArgumentException' with message 'There are no commands defined in the "trusty" namespace.' in /home/trustywebapp/public_html/stagingtrusty/vendor/symfony/console/Symfony/Component/Console/Application.php:516 Stack trace: #0 /home/trustywebapp/public_html/stagingtrusty/vendor/symfony/console/Symfony/Component/Console/Application.php(550): Symfony\Component\Console\Application->findNamespace('trusty') #1 /home/trustywebapp/public_html/stagingtrusty/vendor/symfony/console/Symfony/Component/Console/Application.php(190): Symfony\Component\Console\Application->find('trusty:log') #2 /home/trustywebapp/public_html/stagingtrusty/vendor/symfony/console/Symfony/Component/Console/Application.php(124): Symfony\Component\Console\Application->doRun(Object(Symfony\Component\Console\Input\ArgvInput), Object(Symfony\Component\Console\Output\ConsoleOutput)) #3 /home/trustywebapp/public_html/stagingtrusty/artisan(58): Symfony\Component\Console\Application->run() #4 {main} [] []

    This is what I put in the cpanel cron job: php /home/trustywebapp/public_html/stagingtrusty/artisan scheduled:run 1>> /dev/null 2>&1

    Pls help.

    Reviewed by nebestpal at 2014-08-24 20:24
  • 2. 'ErrorException' with message 'Use of undefined constant STDOUT - assumed 'STDOUT'

    I'm just setting up Dispatcher to take over from our cron jobs but I'm seeing this error in my logs whenever a scheduled command is meant to run. The command does not end up completing any of the tasks it was meant to.

    Any ideas what could be going wrong here?

    [2014-05-23 12:28:02] production.ERROR: exception 'ErrorException' with message 'Use of undefined constant STDOUT - assumed 'STDOUT'' in /home/laravel/vendor/wp-cli/php-cli-tools/lib/cli/Shell.php:51
    Stack trace:
    #0 /home/laravel/vendor/wp-cli/php-cli-tools/lib/cli/Shell.php(51): Illuminate\Exception\Handler->handleError(8, 'Use of undefine...', '/home/laravel/...', 51, Array)
    #1 /home/laravel/vendor/wp-cli/php-cli-tools/lib/cli/Table.php(69): cli\Shell::isPiped()
    #2 [internal function]: cli\Table->__construct(NULL, NULL, NULL)
    #3 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(254): ReflectionClass->newInstanceArgs(Array)
    #4 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(212): Illuminate\Container\Container->build('Indatus\\Diipatt...', Array)
    #5 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(586): Illuminate\Container\Container->make('Indatus\\Diipatt...', Array)
    #6 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(283): Illuminate\Foundation\Application->make('Indatus\\Diipatt...')
    #7 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(266): Illuminate\Container\Container->resolveClass(Object(ReflectionParameter))
    #8 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(253): Illuminate\Container\Container->getDependencies(Array, Array)
    #9 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(212): Illuminate\Container\Container->build('Indatus\\Diipatt...', Array)
    #10 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(586): Illuminate\Container\Container->make('Indatus\\Diipatt...', Array)
    #11 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(3163): Illuminate\Foundation\Application->make('Indatus\\Diipatt...')
    #12 /home/laravel/vendor/indatus/dispatcher/src/Indatus/Dispatcher/ConfigResolver.php(50): Illuminate\Support\Facades\Facade::__callStatic('make', Array)
    #13 /home/laravel/vendor/indatus/dispatcher/src/Indatus/Dispatcher/ConfigResolver.php(50): Illuminate\Support\Facades\App::make('Indatus\\Diipatt...')
    #14 /home/laravel/vendor/indatus/dispatcher/src/Indatus/Dispatcher/ServiceProvider.php(53): Indatus\Dispatcher\ConfigResolver->resolveServiceClass()
    #15 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(240): Indatus\Dispatcher\ServiceProvider->Indatus\Dispatcher\{closure}(Object(Illuminate\Foundation\Application), Array)
    #16 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(212): Illuminate\Container\Container->build(Object(Closure), Array)
    #17 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(586): Illuminate\Container\Container->make('Indatus\\Diipatt...', Array)
    #18 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(283): Illuminate\Foundation\Application->make('Indatus\\Diipatt...')
    #19 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(266): Illuminate\Container\Container->resolveClass(Object(ReflectionParameter))
    #20 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(253): Illuminate\Container\Container->getDependencies(Array, Array)
    #21 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(212): Illuminate\Container\Container->build('Indatus\\Diipatt...', Array)
    #22 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(586): Illuminate\Container\Container->make('Indatus\\Diipatt...', Array)
    #23 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(3163): Illuminate\Foundation\Application->make('Indatus\\Diipatt...')
    #24 /home/laravel/vendor/indatus/dispatcher/src/Indatus/Dispatcher/ServiceProvider.php(81): Illuminate\Support\Facades\Facade::__callStatic('make', Array)
    #25 /home/laravel/vendor/indatus/dispatcher/src/Indatus/Dispatcher/ServiceProvider.php(81): Illuminate\Support\Facades\App::make('Indatus\\Diipatt...')
    #26 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(125): Indatus\Dispatcher\ServiceProvider->Indatus\Dispatcher\{closure}(Object(Illuminate\Foundation\Application))
    #27 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(240): Illuminate\Container\Container->Illuminate\Container\{closure}(Object(Illuminate\Foundation\Application), Array)
    #28 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(212): Illuminate\Container\Container->build(Object(Closure), Array)
    #29 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(586): Illuminate\Container\Container->make('command.schedul...', Array)
    #30 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(363): Illuminate\Foundation\Application->make('command.schedul...')
    #31 /home/laravel/vendor/laravel/framework/src/Illuminate/Console/Application.php(134): Illuminate\Container\Container->offsetGet('command.schedul...')
    #32 /home/laravel/vendor/laravel/framework/src/Illuminate/Console/Application.php(149): Illuminate\Console\Application->resolve('command.schedul...')
    #33 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(2912): Illuminate\Console\Application->resolveCommands(Array)
    #34 [internal function]: Illuminate\Support\ServiceProvider->Illuminate\Support\{closure}(Object(Illuminate\Console\Application))
    #35 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(5805): call_user_func_array(Object(Closure), Array)
    #36 /home/laravel/vendor/laravel/framework/src/Illuminate/Console/Application.php(71): Illuminate\Events\Dispatcher->fire('artisan.start', Array)
    #37 /home/laravel/vendor/laravel/framework/src/Illuminate/Foundation/Artisan.php(45): Illuminate\Console\Application->boot()
    #38 /home/laravel/vendor/laravel/framework/src/Illuminate/Foundation/Artisan.php(57): Illuminate\Foundation\Artisan->getArtisan()
    #39 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(3163): Illuminate\Foundation\Artisan->__call('add', Array)
    #40 /home/laravel/bootstrap/compiled.php(3163): Illuminate\Foundation\Artisan->add(Object(Books\AmazonOfferCommand))
    #41 /home/laravel/app/start/artisan.php(14): Illuminate\Support\Facades\Facade::__callStatic('add', Array)
    #42 /home/laravel/app/start/artisan.php(14): Illuminate\Support\Facades\Artisan::add(Object(Books\AmazonOfferCommand))
    #43 /home/laravel/vendor/laravel/framework/src/Illuminate/Console/Application.php(63): require('/home/laravel/...')
    #44 /home/laravel/vendor/laravel/framework/src/Illuminate/Console/Application.php(33): Illuminate\Console\Application->boot()
    #45 /home/laravel/artisan(45): Illuminate\Console\Application::start(Object(Illuminate\Foundation\Application))
    #46 {main} [] []
    
    Reviewed by dwightwatson at 2014-05-23 02:32
  • 3. Jobs never run

    I was really excited to see this come across Twitter today and started playing with it this afternoon. Unfortunately though, it doesn't look like it works at this point.

    I created a simple Artisan task to add a message to the log file. I manually set up a cronjob to run every minute that called the specific command and it did as expected. Updated the job to run through Dispatcher and nothing ever happens. I can run the job manually, but no matter what I change (setting it to run every minute, setting it on a schedule, running the scheduled:run command manually, etc.), the job never runs.

    Let me know what you need from me to help debug what might be going on. Thanks for the package!

    Reviewed by agentphoenix at 2014-03-07 21:03
  • 4. Class 'Orchestra\Testbench\TestCase' not found

    I'm a novice developer. I get the following error when I try to run PHPUnit on my project:

    PHP Fatal error: Class 'Orchestra\Testbench\TestCase' not found in .../laravel/vendor/indatus/dispatcher/tests/TestCase.php

    I'm not sure why it would look here for that file but I did not develop this app and the people that did are not reachable.

    My TestCase.php file DOES extend Orchestra/Testbench/TestCase so I have no idea why this error is being thrown. Sorry if this isn't the appropriate forum for this issue. Thanks in advance.

    Reviewed by bpfruin at 2016-05-12 21:18
  • 5. No alias in crontab

    Hi again,

    In Unix system crontab "php .../artisan command" wont work. Need "/usr/bin/env php". Its defined in artisan.

    Can you fix this? I'm editing your class for this in my vendor folder.

    Reviewed by mavci at 2014-05-24 01:46
  • 6. Laravel 5.0

    Using Laravel 4.3, when I run composer update I am presented with the following error:

    PHP Fatal error: Class 'Illuminate\Foundation\Console\CommandMakeCommand' not found in /home/vagrant/Acme/vendor/indatus/dispatcher/src/Indatus/Dispatcher/Commands/Make.php on line 21

    Reviewed by brandonleepeterson at 2014-09-10 00:43
  • 7. Cannot get Laracast example to fire MAC OSX Mavricks

    Hi,

    I create the cron command file and start crontab. But it never fires. If I enter the command manually, it works. When do crontab -l it shows the job????

    • * * * * php /Users/jimm/WebProjects/laravel42/artisan scheduled:run 1>> /dev/null 2>&1
    Reviewed by jimmck at 2014-08-22 01:21
  • 8. Adding --env option to the run command

    Hi,

    What will be the best way to set scheduled:run to a custom environment? It is more of a feature request than an Issue.

    If I am not mistaken most of Laravel's commands can accept the --env option.

    Reviewed by MaxShv at 2014-08-12 22:30
  • 9. L5 support broken?

    Hi! Just got following error when tried to execute php artisan scheduled:run or scheduled:summary Latest laravel from "laravel/framework": "dev-master", dispatcher from "indatus/dispatcher": "dev-master",

    Fatal error: Call to undefined method App\Console\Kernel::all() in /home/vagrant/Code/gas/vendor/laravel/framework/src/Illuminate/Support/Facades/Facade.php on line 205

    Call Stack: 0.0005 223472 1. {main}() /home/vagrant/Code/gas/artisan:0 0.1878 2488256 2. App\Console\Kernel->handle() /home/vagrant/Code/gas/artisan:46 0.1878 2488320 3. Illuminate\Foundation\Console\Kernel->handle() /home/vagrant/Code/gas/app/Console/Kernel.php:28 1.9346 14466744 4. Symfony\Component\Console\Application->run() /home/vagrant/Code/gas/vendor/laravel/framework/src/Illuminate/Foundation/Console/Kernel.php:69 1.9347 14467856 5. Symfony\Component\Console\Application->doRun() /home/vagrant/Code/gas/vendor/symfony/console/Symfony/Component/Console/Application.php:126 1.9348 14468776 6. Symfony\Component\Console\Application->doRunCommand() /home/vagrant/Code/gas/vendor/symfony/console/Symfony/Component/Console/Application.php:195 1.9348 14468944 7. Illuminate\Console\Command->run() /home/vagrant/Code/gas/vendor/symfony/console/Symfony/Component/Console/Application.php:874 1.9348 14469312 8. Symfony\Component\Console\Command\Command->run() /home/vagrant/Code/gas/vendor/laravel/framework/src/Illuminate/Console/Command.php:100 1.9350 14472848 9. Illuminate\Console\Command->execute() /home/vagrant/Code/gas/vendor/symfony/console/Symfony/Component/Console/Command/Command.php:252 1.9350 14472960 10. Indatus\Dispatcher\Commands\Run->fire() /home/vagrant/Code/gas/vendor/laravel/framework/src/Illuminate/Console/Command.php:112 1.9464 14491880 11. Indatus\Dispatcher\Services\CommandService->runDue() /home/vagrant/Code/gas/vendor/indatus/dispatcher/src/Indatus/Dispatcher/Commands/Run.php:77 1.9532 14500720 12. Indatus\Dispatcher\Services\ScheduleService->getQueue() /home/vagrant/Code/gas/vendor/indatus/dispatcher/src/Indatus/Dispatcher/Services/CommandService.php:42 1.9599 14507104 13. Indatus\Dispatcher\Services\ScheduleService->getScheduledCommands() /home/vagrant/Code/gas/vendor/indatus/dispatcher/src/Indatus/Dispatcher/Services/ScheduleService.php:61 1.9626 14515224 14. Illuminate\Support\Facades\Artisan::all() /home/vagrant/Code/gas/vendor/indatus/dispatcher/src/Indatus/Dispatcher/Services/ScheduleService.php:38 1.9626 14515408 15. Illuminate\Support\Facades\Facade::__callStatic() /home/vagrant/Code/gas/vendor/indatus/dispatcher/src/Indatus/Dispatcher/Services/ScheduleService.php:38

    Reviewed by kuramori at 2014-11-01 19:30
  • 10. Command executing when not scheduled to do so...

    I have a command in my laravel project that is executing at midnight when it is not scheduled to do so. Does anyone know why this would happen?

    Here's my "schedule" function:

    public function schedule(Schedulable $scheduler) { return $scheduler->daily()->hours(7); }

    ...And here's the log output for today:

    [2014-10-17 00:00:19] production.INFO: Market Report for October, 2014 : TO USER #101 [] [] [2014-10-17 07:00:03] production.INFO: Market Report for October, 2014 : TO USER #101 [] []

    Not to complicate things, but the "every minute" cron is also setup to run as "root" (as suggested in the docs), and that causes other errors to occur when apache (via Laravel) tries to write to the log file later on.

    ANY help, suggestions or advice would be much appreciated.

    Thanks everyone!

    • Hugh
    Reviewed by injeqt at 2014-10-17 15:40
  • 11. Maintenance mode

    I'm wondering if perhaps when the app is in "maintenance mode" that any attempts at running a cron should be blocked?

    Currently I now have to put something like this in all my commands

        public function fire()
        {
            if (App::isDownForMaintenance())
            {
                echo 'In maintenance mode - no cron task was run.';
            }
            else
            {
                // do cron task
            }
        }
    

    Otherwise there is a risk that if a cron task occurs during a Laravel upgrade, you'll get all sorts of weird output.

    Although I can see that perhaps some people do what a cron to run, even if in maintenance mode, so perhaps it needs to be a configurable option? Perhaps even a flag in the command itself, so some crons run in maintenance mode, while others do not?

    Happy to discuss - open to ideas/thoughts...

    Reviewed by laurencei at 2014-07-16 15:49
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This Laravel Nova tool lets you run artisan and bash commands directly from Nova 4 or higher.

Laravel Nova tool for running Artisan & Shell commands. This Nova tool lets you run artisan and bash commands directly from nova. This is an extended

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Connect and work with MySQL/MariaDB database through MySQLi in PHP. This is an introductory project, If you need a simple and straightforward example that takes you straight to the point, you can check out these examples.
Connect and work with MySQL/MariaDB database through MySQLi in PHP. This is an introductory project, If you need a simple and straightforward example that takes you straight to the point, you can check out these examples.

First MySQLi PHP Connect and work with MySQL/MariaDB database through MySQLi in PHP. The above exercises are designed for students. This is an introdu

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Manage all your cron jobs without modifying crontab. Handles locking, logging, error emails, and more.

Jobby, a PHP cron job manager Install the master jobby cron job, and it will manage all your offline tasks. Add jobs without modifying crontab. Jobby

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Simple PHP/Laravel app that displays Todoist tasks in a view designed for a Kindle Touch
Simple PHP/Laravel app that displays Todoist tasks in a view designed for a Kindle Touch

productivity-dashboard Just a simple PHP/Laravel app that retrieves (so far) tasks from Todoist and displays them in a simple view designed for a Kind

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Simple PHP/Laravel app that displays Todoist tasks in a view designed for a Kindle Touch
Simple PHP/Laravel app that displays Todoist tasks in a view designed for a Kindle Touch

productivity-dashboard Just a simple PHP/Laravel app that retrieves (so far) tasks from Todoist and displays them in a simple view designed for a Kind

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Parse and validate crontab expressions in PHP

Standard (V7) compliant crontab expression parser/validator with support for time zones; see "man 5 crontab" for possible expressions.

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