When Vapor handles incoming HTTP requests or queued jobs, it writes debug information to your CloudWatch logs. This includes logging...
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 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.
Last week saw the official release of PHP 8.2, bringing with it features such as read-only classes, DNF types, and...
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.
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`.
In this post, we'll discuss the different approaches to managing your DNS when attaching a custom domain to your Vapor project.