dionera/laravel-beanstalkd-ui

An Admin UI for Beanstalkd and Laravel

3.1.1 2021-01-20 05:58 UTC

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🔥 A slick Admin Interface for monitoring your Beanstalkd queues right out of your Laravel application. 🔥

Installation

Require the package through composer

composer require dionera/laravel-beanstalkd-ui

Version Table

Laravel Required PHP Version Package Version
^5.7.28 ^7.2 ^2.0
^6.0, ^7.0 ^7.2 ^2.1
^7.0 ^7.4 ^3.0
^7.0, ^8.0 ^7.4 ^3.1

Publish assets

Next we need to publish the package's assets. We do this by running the following command:

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Dionera\BeanstalkdUI\BeanstalkdUIServiceProvider" --tag="public"

This will publish all the required Javascript and CSS into your applications public/vendor/beanstalkdui folder.

View it in the browser

Now navigate to http://<your-app>/beanstalkd/tubes in your browser. If you're not already authenticated you will now be asked to log in. This is because by default all routes use the auth middleware. See the Configuration section for information about how to overwrite this.

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Configuration

In order to overwrite the default configuration we first need to publish the package's config file.

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Dionera\BeanstalkdUI\BeanstalkdUIServiceProvider" --tag="config"

This will place a beanstalkdui.php in your application's config folder. Inside you will find the following settings:

Value Default Description
host '127.0.0.1' The Beanstalkd host.
port 11300 The Port Beanstalkd is running on.
middleware ['web', 'auth'] An array of middlewares which get applied to all the package's routes. If no middleware should be applied simply remove auth from the array.
prefix '' Route prefix that should be applied the Admin UI routes.
failed_jobs true Defines if you want to be able to also manage your failed jobs through the UI. If set to true an additional table containing all failed jobs for the current tube will be displayed.
failed_jobs_table failed_jobs The name of the table containing your failed jobs.