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How to use Event::queue in laravel?


How to use Event::queue in laravel?

By : foolhorn
Date : November 15 2020, 06:54 AM
wish helps you First, let me make something clear. Event::queue has nothing to do with the Queue facade and the query driver in the config. It won't enable you to fire the event after the request has happened.
But you can delay the firing of an event and therefore "prepare" it.
code :
Event::listen('send_notification', function($text){
    // send notification
});
Event::queue('send_notification', array('Hello World'));
Event::flush('send_notification');
Event::flush('send_notification');
Event::flush('foo');
Event::flush('bar');


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Laravel 5.1: Difference between Event and Mail:queue?

Laravel 5.1: Difference between Event and Mail:queue?


By : Philipp
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help When the application is running you may have events (such as UserHasLoggedIn) that are picked up by listeners that may carry out actions like AddEntryToAuditLog. The important thing about these is that they start and end during the call to Laravel, and there's nothing to be done afterwards. http://laravel.com/docs/5.0/events
A job is something that may need to be done after Laravel has finished executing because it needs to be delayed (a follow-up email a day later) or takes a long time (e.g. preparing a zip backup of hosted files). These jobs are put into a queue using Laravel's provider or an external queue provider. The queue takes care of monitoring the pending jobs and running them according to the order they arrived and any scheduling requirements. http://laravel.com/docs/5.0/queues
Is it possible to use a queue inside event-listener in Laravel?

Is it possible to use a queue inside event-listener in Laravel?


By : shakibul islam
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . There is a global dispatch() helper method that you can use anywhere in a Laravel app!
code :
dispatch(new SomeJob());
avoiding php artisan queue:work : Queue Driver - Redis or Database (Laravel 5.4)

avoiding php artisan queue:work : Queue Driver - Redis or Database (Laravel 5.4)


By : bei.liao
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you Laravel documentation covers this with supervisor.
See: Laravel Supervisor configuration
code :
yum install supervisor
// required for easy_install (if not installed already)
yum install python-setuptools     
// install supervisor
easy_install supervisor
pip install supervisor
service supervisord start
Laravel queue event not serializing models

Laravel queue event not serializing models


By : Rajesh Ghag
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times I believe the issue here is your public $queue property.
The documentation states that you can specify an event queue by defining the $broadcastQueue property. However, it doesn't mention that it also checks for the $queue property if $broadcastQueue is not defined.
JavaScript Event Loop: Queue vs Message Queue vs Event Queue

JavaScript Event Loop: Queue vs Message Queue vs Event Queue


By : frandarre
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you Good question, I'm also a advocate of using proper terminology.
Queue, message queue, and event queue are referring to the same construct (event loop queue). This construct has the callbacks which are fired in the event loop.
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