Forge: Deploy Keys Now Supported

Forge is used by agencies all over the world to provision servers and deploy sites on behalf of their clients. Currently, when Forge provisions a server, that server's SSH key is added to the SSH keys of the Forge user's connected source control providers. This...

James Brooks Jan, 25 2021

Forge: Creating Circle Servers

As a circle owner in Laravel Forge, you can now allow your circle members to create servers using the server provider credentials of your choice:

Mohamed Said Jan, 8 2021

Forge: Automatically Email Invoices

Beginning today, you may provide a list of email addresses that you would like to receive invoice PDFs when your Forge subscription successfully renews. This new feature is available on your "Profile > Subscription" dashboard.

Nuno Maduro Dec, 7 2020

Forge: PHP 8.0 Is Now Supported

As you may know, Forge allows you to specify which PHP version a given site runs on. Of course, we want you to be able to use the latest PHP features as soon as possible. Beginning today, you may choose PHP 8.0 while creating a new server.

James Brooks Nov, 30 2020

Forge: Database Management Improvements

One of Forge's killer features is that it can provision servers with your choice of database: MySQL, MariaDB or PostgreSQL....

James Brooks Nov, 30 2020

Forge: Streaming Backups & More

Since launching Forge's Database Backup feature back in February, our customers have created thousands of backup configurations,...

James Brooks Nov, 24 2020

Forge: New AWS ARM Instance Types Available

Starting today, you can provision T4g AWS servers using Laravel Forge. These instance types are powered by AWS Graviton2, a...

Mohamed Said Nov, 20 2020

Forge: Better LetsEncrypt Troubleshooting With Solutions

Starting today, if you face a LetsEncrypt issue, Forge will do its best to diagnose the problem, and offer you at least one solution.

Nuno Maduro Nov, 6 2020

Forge: Nginx Templates

Today we're excited to introduce a new feature to Laravel Forge called Nginx Templates. These templates allow...

James Brooks Nov, 5 2020

Forge: Upgrading To Composer 2.0

Following the release of Composer 2 on October 24th, we wanted to share a guide on how to upgrade your servers to make the most of all the great benefits it brings.First, all new servers will automatically receive Composer 2 by default.For existing servers, you...

James Brooks Oct, 26 2020

Forge: Enabling TLS 1.3

As of today, newly issued LetsEncrypt certificates on Laravel Forge servers that run on Ubuntu 20.04 have TLS 1.3 enabled by default. TLS 1.3 offers a faster handshake and more secure cipher suites.If you have an existing LetsEncrypt certificate, you will need to issue a new...

Mohamed Said Oct, 20 2020

Forge: Self-Hosted GitLab Support

Forge has always supported using a custom Git provider for your projects, but starting today Forge has first-party support for...

James Brooks Oct, 7 2020
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