Log4j Vulnerability Update

Log4j is a Java library by Apache used to log debug messages within applications. It's recently been featured in news outlets around the world due to a vulnerability (known as Log4Shell) that was discovered allowing remote code execution using a specific string.

James Brooks Dec, 15 2021

Laravel ecosystem — including Laravel, Forge, and Vapor — is PHP 8.1 ready

As you may have noticed in the past few weeks, we ensured that Laravel, first-party libraries, Forge, Envoyer, Nova, and Vapor, do support PHP 8.1 since day one. So, let's take a look at what you need to start using PHP 8.1.

Nuno Maduro Nov, 24 2021

Forge: MariaDB 10.6 and PostgreSQL 14

We're happy to announce the immediate availability of MariaDB 10.6 and PostgreSQL 14 database versions on Laravel Forge.

James Brooks Nov, 1 2021

Vapor: RDS Proxies Now Support MySQL 8.0

Starting today, you may use Vapor's managed RDS Proxies with MySQL 8.0 — the most recent MySQL version.

Nuno Maduro Oct, 25 2021

Vapor: PHP 8.1 Release Candidate Is Now Supported

Starting today, you may use PHP 8.1 Release Candidates in your Vapor environments. To get started, simply specify "php-8.1:al2" as your preferred runtime in your "vapor.yml" configuration file.

Nuno Maduro Oct, 19 2021

Forge: PHP 8.1 Release Candidate Is Now Supported

Starting today, you may install PHP 8.1 Release Candidates by choosing "PHP 8.1 RC" while creating a new server. Or, you may install the release candidate on an existing server via the PHP tab on a server's management dashboard.

Nuno Maduro Oct, 11 2021

Vapor: Octane Support Is Now Available

Today we're pleased to announce that Octane support is now available in Laravel Vapor. The speed improvements are just mind-blowing, so put on your seat belt, and let's get into the details.

Nuno Maduro Oct, 4 2021

Forge: Let's Encrypt Compatibility Changes

On Thursday, September 30th there will be a small change in how older browsers and devices will treat Let's Encrypt's certificates. While most sites will be unaffected, it will likely impact you if you're providing an API or support IoT devices.

Claudio Dekker Sep, 28 2021

Envoyer: Transfer Projects

Starting today, it's possible for project owners to transfer projects to another Envoyer account. Collaborators will not be able to...

James Brooks Sep, 8 2021

Forge: Introducing The Forge CLI

Today we're proud to introduce you to our new command-line tool: Forge CLI. In short, this new open-source tool provides a number of helpful commands that can assist you in managing your Forge servers, sites, and resources, from the command-line.

Nuno Maduro Aug, 9 2021

Forge: Infrastructure Upgrades

On July 7th, we've made infrastructure upgrades on Laravel Forge to increase its stability and capacity. Due to the upgrades, we've updated the list of IP Addresses that may SSH into your server.

Nuno Maduro Jul, 8 2021

Laravel 9 Release Date

As you may know, this year we updated the Laravel release cycle to include one major release per year. Previously, we released two major versions per year. These release changes would typically indicate that a Laravel 9 release is due in September of this year....

Taylor Otwell Jul, 7 2021

Deploying your Next.js App To Forge

Next.js is a React framework developed by [Vercel](https://vercel.com). It includes functionality such as server-side rendering and static site generation. Today...

James Brooks Jun, 24 2021

Deploying Your Nuxt.js Site To Laravel Forge

Nuxt.js is a framework for generating static websites using Vue.js. Today we’re we're going to explore how to deploy your...

James Brooks Jun, 18 2021

Vapor: API Gateway vs Load Balancers

When using an AWS serverless infrastructure powered by Vapor, you have three different options to consider when determining how to route traffic to your application: API Gateway v1, API Gateway v2, and Load Balancers. In this article, we are going to compare these three options in terms of performance, pricing, and features.

Nuno Maduro Jun, 16 2021

Envoyer: Infrastructure Upgrades

On June 12th we upgraded Envoyer's infrastructure, which allowed us to migrate to PHP 8, Laravel 8, and Spark Next. Due to the upgrades, it means that Envoyer is now using new IP addresses.We emailed all subscribed customers on Wednesday June 9th advising that any...

James Brooks Jun, 14 2021

Vapor: Common Infrastructure Performance Tips

In this article, we'll cover the Vapor most common infrastructure performance tips that may speed your Laravel applications powered by Vapor.

Nuno Maduro Jun, 11 2021

Cashier Stripe v13 Released

We're very excited to announce the immediate availability of Cashier v13.

Dries Vints Jun, 8 2021

Forge: May Round-Up

A whole month has flown by since our last post which rounded up all of the things...

James Brooks Jun, 1 2021

Vapor: Introducing Managed Firewalls

Today, we are proud to introduce Vapor's managed firewalls for basic protection against denial-of-service attacks targeting your environment, as well as protection against pervasive bot traffic that can consume your environment's resources.

Nuno Maduro May, 27 2021

Vapor: Database Upgrades Are Now Available

Vapor allows you to easily create and manage RDS and Aurora Serverless databases. And, starting today, you may upgrade an existing database directly from the Vapor UI or using the Vapor CLI.

Nuno Maduro May, 20 2021

Vapor: Redis 6.x Clusters Are Now Available

Starting today, in addition to Redis 5.x Clusters, you may now also create and manage Redis 6.x Clusters. Redis 6.x is the latest version of open-source Redis software. This new version brings improved security and boosts the performance of your cache.

Nuno Maduro May, 4 2021

Forge: April Round-Up

April has been a busy month at Laravel Forge. With such a feature-packed month, I thought it...

James Brooks Apr, 30 2021

Security: SQL Injection in SQL Server "LIMIT" / "OFFSET"

Today we have released security patches via Laravel 6.20.26 and 8.40.0. These patches resolve a security vulnerability that allowed SQL injection when unfiltered user input was passed directly to the `limit` and `offset` methods of the Laravel query builder and the user was also using...

Taylor Otwell Apr, 28 2021
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