"Laravel Queues in Action" is a crash course, a cookbook, a guide, and a reference. Get it now, or continue reading.
Sure! This eBook is a collection of real-world challenges with solutions that actually run in production. These are challenges I met while building products at Laravel and others collected while supporting the framework users for the past four years.
But before the challenges—and because every good technical book includes a crash course—we will explore the key components of a queue system, see how queues are used in Laravel, and understand why we need to use them.
I wrote this book with three goals in mind; I wanted it to be:
We studied differential equations in high school, but because we couldn't see any use case for them, they were forgotten minutes after the final exam, right? To fix that, I covered every queue configuration and technique by using it to solve a real-world problem.
I also show you the rough edges by hitting them. We'll sit in a flight simulator and let our plane crash before I explain why we crashed and how to avoid that.
Regarding the good looking part. You will get the book PDF in two versions; light and dark. I put a lot of effort into making both versions nice to look at. Because I believe a technical book doesn't have to look boring.
Taylor Otwell — Creator of Laravel
Mohamed has a deep knowledge of Laravel and all of its systems. He is a valued, trusted resource in the Laravel community.
“The easiest way to solve a problem is to have seen it before”—Peter Skomoroch
Inside the book, I'm going to show you how you may solve problems like:
Here's a preview that contains the table of contents and three lessons from the book in two versions; light and dark. Download it by clicking here.
Adam Wathan — Creator of Tailwind CSS
Ever since he started the Diving Laravel project, I've been impressed by Mohamed's ability to take complex ideas and distill them for the average Laravel user. As Laravel employee #1, there's not many people out there I'd trust to teach me framework best practices more than him.
You'll receive two versions of the PDF eBook. One in a light theme and another in a dark theme.
I'm Mohamed Said. A web developer at Laravel.
During this time, I've been sharing interesting things I learn on my Diving Laravel publication. And in this book, I've put everything I learned about Laravel queues.
Absolutely! The book covers everything from running a single worker on your local machine to dispatching millions of jobs processed by hundreds of workers.
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Zuzana Kunckova — Creator of Larabelles
What I especially appreciated is how Mohamed defines the technical terms used in the book using simple words and avoiding overcomplicated technical terminology. In fact, the whole book is very accessible because of the language Mohamed uses. Having finished the book, I’m walking away with a solid understanding of Laravel Queues, and I would recommend it without hesitation! Great job, Mohamed!