Use Laravel Queue To Create “Running On Background” Script Execution

How to use Laravel queue?

First, you need to run an artisan command in your Laravel project to create a jobs table :

php artisan queue:table
php artisan migrate

Make a queue

After you created a jobs table, let’s start to create a heavy process. For example, send emails. First, we need to create a Job by artisan command :

php artisan make:job SendEmails

So, what’s happen?

When a button “Send Email” is clicked on the client-side, it will be received a response {“message”: “The billing mail has been sent to user”} quickly and the email will be sent to the student after that.



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