Archive for the ‘cron’ Category

Framework-Agnostic PHP Cronjobs Made Easy with Crunz!

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In this article, we're going to learn about a relatively new job scheduling library named Crunz. Crunz is a framework-agnostic library inspired by Laravel's Task Scheduler, but improved in many ways. Full disclosure: I'm the author and am welcoming con...

Sourcehunt: Cron Management, Hackathon Starters, PHP-GUI…

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Ready for a new edition of sourcehunt? Get those starring-fingers ready! lavary/crunz [15 ★] crunz is a Laravel scheduler-inspired cron manager for PHP, fully framework agnostic and independent. In many ways, it’s similar to Jobby and cron-manager...

A Comprehensive Guide to Using Cronjobs

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There are times when there’s a need for running a group of tasks automatically at certain times in the future. These tasks are usually administrative, but could be anything - from making database backups to downloading emails when everyone is asleep....

Sourcehunt #4 – Reflection, Authorization, Crons, and more

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We skipped January’s Sourcehunt, but we’re back now, ready to boost the stardom of more projects! mult1mate/cron-manager [125 ★] mult1mate/cron-manager is a flexible tasks manager designed for MVC-type applications. It’s used instead of cronta...

Drupal 8 Queue API – Powerful Manual and Cron Queueing

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The Queue API in Drupal allows us to handle a number of tasks at a later stage. What this means is that we can place items into a queue which will run some time in the future and process each individual item at that point and at least once. Usually, t...

Drupal 8 Queue API – Powerful Manual and Cron Queueing

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The Queue API in Drupal allows us to handle a number of tasks at a later stage. What this means is that we can place items into a queue which will run some time in the future and process each individual item at that point and at least once. Usually, t...

Managing Cronjobs with Laravel

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There are times when your application needs to run administrative tasks periodically on the server. Whether you want to send out emails to your users or clean up the database tables at the end of the day, you will need a task scheduling mechanism to ta...