The Basics

Most Laravel applications require additional setup, including provisioning a database and cache. These guides will help you get through the basics of setting up your Laravel application with pieces of infrastructure commonly found in medium-to-high complexity applications.

PHP and Node Versions

Adjust the PHP and NodeJS versions used to build and run your Laravel application.

Customizing Deployments

Customize how Fly deploys your Laravel application.

Post Deployment

Interact with a deployed Laravel application.

Logging Stack Traces

Adjust Laravel’s logging configuration to get a full stack trace.

Cron and Queues

Run queue workers and Laravel’s scheduler via cron

Persisting the Storage Folder

Mount a volume to a re-initialized storage folder

Tigris for CDN File Storage

Integrate Tigris Bucket using Laravel S3 driver