awellis13/laravel-resque

Laravel Resque connector for Queue.

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1.2.2 2014-04-17 01:03 UTC

README

This package allows you to connect to Resque when using Queue.

Requirements

  • PHP 5.4+
  • Illuminate\Config 4.1+
  • Illuminate\Queue 4.1+
  • Resque 1.2
  • ResqueScheduler 1.1 (Optional)

Installation

First you need to add the following to your project's composer.json:

"require": {
    "awellis13/laravel-resque": "1.2.x"
}

Now you need to run the following to install the package:

composer update

Next you need to add the following service provider to your app/config/app.php:

'Awellis13\Resque\ServiceProviders\ResqueServiceProvider'

Now you need to add the following to your /app/config/queue.php "connections" section:

"resque" => [
    "driver" => "resque"
]

If you wish to use this driver as your default Queue driver you will need to set the following as your "default" drive in app/config/queue.php:

"default" => "resque",

Usage

If you choose to not use this driver as your default Queue driver you can call a Queue method on demand by doing:

Queue::connection('resque')->push('JobName', ['name' => 'Andrew']);

Enqueing a Job

Queue::push('JobName', ['name' => 'Andrew']);

Tracking a Job

$token = Queue::push('JobName', ['name' => 'Andrew'], true);
$status = Queue::getStatus($token);

Enqueing a Future Job

$when = time() + 3600; // 1 hour from now
Queue::later($when, 'JobName', ['name' => 'Andrew']);

Further Documentation

License

Laravel Resque is open-sourced software licensed under the MIT license.