Laravel Queues are Powerful

Learn how to utilize the power of Laravel's message queues to make your applications faster, more reliable, and more cost-effective.

"Laravel Queues in Action" is a collection of real-world challenges with solutions that actually run in production.

These are challenges I met while building products at Laravel, in addition to some collected while supporting the framework users during the past four years.

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What's inside?

A crash course, a cookbook, a guide, and a reference.

I read books, including fiction, back-to-front. Knowing the end makes me more motivated to learn about the journey. That's how this book is put together; we begin by exploring the challenges and then we move to explaining every queue configuration, gotcha, and technique we meet on our way.

However, every good technical book starts with a crash course, and this one is no exception. 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.

“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:

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is this book useful for beginners?

Absolutely! The book covers everything from running a single worker on your local machine to dispatching millions of jobs processed by hundreds of workers.

Do you plan to offer a video course?

Yes! I'm planning to work on a video course sometime after the book is published, but right now it's only a book. Of course you get a big discount if you've already purchased the book and want to put your hands on the videos.

I have more questions!

Sure! Send me an email on [email protected]. Or tweet.

About the author

Hi there, I'm Mohamed Said. You may know me as @themsaid on Twitter and GitHub.

I'm a web developer at Laravel since 2016. Mainly working on Forge, Envoyer, Vapor, Horizon, and Spark.