AWS has been providing certificates from the rds-ca-2019 Certificate Authority, but these certificates are due to expire in August 2024. If you are running an RDS instance using this Certificate Authority, it must be updated to prevent any interruption in connectivity after this date.
We're thrilled to introduce zero downtime deployments to Laravel Forge, thanks to a seamless first-party integration with Envoyer. Envoyer's zero downtime deployments ensure you avoid even those brief milliseconds of downtime while the server updates your code.
Volt is an elegantly crafted functional API for Livewire, allowing component's PHP logic and Blade templates to coexist in the same file. Behind the scenes, the functional API is compiled to Livewire class components and linked with the template present in the same file.
Today, we are releasing the first beta of Laravel Folio. Folio is a powerful page-based router designed to simplify routing in Laravel applications. With Laravel Folio, generating a route becomes as effortless as creating a Blade template within your application's "resources/views/pages" directory.
Vapor has always made it straightforward to deploy your application to a custom domain, subdomain, or even wildcard subdomain. However,...
Today, we’re announcing the deprecation of a number of our native runtimes and wanted to take the opportunity to communicate what this looks like both now and moving forward.
When Vapor handles incoming HTTP requests or queued jobs, it writes debug information to your CloudWatch logs. This includes logging...
Laravel Forge's "quick deploy" feature gives your team a seamless push-to-deploy experience. Whenever new code is pushed to your deployed...
Today we're super pumped to announce Arm powered runtimes on Vapor. Powered by AWS Graviton 2 processors, applications will see up to 20% better performance at a 20% cost reduction.
Today, we're excited to announce that we're bringing queue management to the Vapor dashboard!
Today, we're excited to announce that by combining the power of CloudWatch with the sleek and intuitive Vapor UI, we're making application logs available directly in the Vapor dashboard.
Today we're thrilled to announce that we have tagged the Laravel 10.0 release! Laravel 10 continues the improvements made in...
Today, we're excited to announce it's now possible to set the maximum concurrency of individual Vapor queues. This new feature will allow you to ensure that not one of your queues can consume all of the available resources.
Starting today, you may also choose the Asia Pacific (Jakarta) region when starting a new project on Vapor. This new region offers low latency for customers seeking to serve end-users in Indonesia.
One of the most requested features for Vapor is the ability to create a network with a custom IP range....
Today we're happy to announce that Spark 3.0 is available! Spark Stripe 3.0 includes support for Cashier Stripe 14, offering the latest compatibility enhancements with Stripe. Check out our upgrade guide to update your Spark installation to this new major version.
In February, we will launch the 10th major version of Laravel! It's been an amazing journey thus far and there...
Last week saw the official release of PHP 8.2, bringing with it features such as read-only classes, DNF types, and...
Circle owners can now control the level of access a circle member has to servers and sites through the use granular permission levels.
Starting today, you may use Vapor's managed budgets when creating or editing your cloud provider. Here, you can define your monthly AWS budget in USD and configure multiple alarms to notify the team owner via email if there is a spike in costs.
Dark mode is a must-have feature for many developers and anyone who uses it often knows just how jarring it is when you're thrown into an application or website that doesn't support it.
In the latest release of Vapor, we've made it possible for you to serve your assets via a custom domain.
Starting today, you may use PHP 8.2 Release Candidates in your Vapor environments. To get started, simply specify "php-8.2:al2" as your preferred runtime in your "vapor.yml" configuration file.
Laravel v9.32.0 saw the release of two new Artisan commands; `env:encrypt` and `env:decrypt`.