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.
Introduding Vapor sandbox accounts. Get started with Vapor for free and see how quick, easy and painless it is to provision, deploy and manage your Laravel application in a serverless environment.
On August 24th, we switched to Fathom Analytics, completely removing our dependency on Google Analytics from this blog, Envoyer, Forge and Vapor.
In the latest release of Vapor, we’ve made some big improvements to our support for Postgres.
Every application running on Vapor is powered by AWS Lambda, which allows us to run code without needing to think...
Today, we are excited to announce that you may create Vapor projects by simply connecting your GitHub account and letting Vapor do the rest! Need more details? Here's what we mean. Starting today, Vapor can create a new GitHub repository, deploy the new application to Vapor, and configure GitHub actions to deploy to Vapor each time you push fresh code to your new application.
We are thrilled to announce that applications may now have unlimited public assets and the 400 public assets hard limit has been removed. In addition, we have made multiple performance enhancements to our deployment pipeline that uploads assets to S3. So, asset uploads are now up to 10x faster.
This new version adds support for MySQL 8.0, and has a faster, more granular, less disruptive scaling than Aurora Serverless v1.