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.
AWS recently announced that AWS Lambda now supports up to 10 GB ephemeral storage. In other words, this means that your Vapor environment functions may now hold up to 10 GB of information in the `/tmp` directory.
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.
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.
Starting today, you may use Vapor's managed RDS Proxies with MySQL 8.0 — the most recent MySQL version.
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.
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.
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.
In this article, we'll cover the Vapor most common infrastructure performance tips that may speed your Laravel applications powered by Vapor.
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.