Laravel logs accessible in RSS
This package generates an handy RSS feed from the Laravel logs.
Under the hood, extends Raphaël Huchet's Laravel Log Viewer to extract logs from filesystem.
composer require madbob/laravel-log2rss
php artisan vendor:publish --tag=log2rss-config
By defalt, the log is published in yourbaseurl.com/logs (is it suggested to include a prefix to your route, see below).
config/log2rss.php file you find a few options.
- middleware: array of middleware groups to handle the RSS requests. You can use this to protect the route, enforce some cache or whatever. Default:  (empty)
- prefix: by default the URL to which RSS is published is
/logs, and you can here define a prefix for it (perhaps some random string, or even a substring of
env('APP_KEY'), to hide the path and make it a little less accessible even without having to implement authenticated access in a middleware). Default: '' (empty)
- log_level: minimum log level for the items to include into the feed. Default: warning
- limit: limit of items to include into the feed. Default: 20
Please note this package doesn't performs well with Laravel's
single logging channel, as it generates files too large to be handled and are rejected by Laravel Log Viewer. The adoption of
daily channel is suggested.
This code is free software, licensed under the The GNU General Public License version 3 (GPLv3). See the LICENSE.md file for more details.
Copyright (C) 2022 Roberto Guido email@example.com