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Replied to Error To Install Composer On AWS
Looks like you are running out of memory when running composer.
try changing step 01 to
sudo php -d memory_limit=-1 /usr/bin/composer.phar install --no-dev --no-interaction --prefer-dist --optimize-autoloader
This will set the memory limit to unlimited for this one command.
Replied to Update Other Component From One Component
It looks like your cart component is not getting updated when and item is added to the cart. I can think of two options for you.
Can you see what $response is on production? Is the xml what you are expecting?
latest() function simply sorts your data with the most recent record first. It takes an optional column name. It looks like you are trying to pass in part of a select statement, which will not work. Laravel Documentation
You could maybe do something like:
Tagin::where(DB::raw("created_at::date")), DB::raw("MAX(created_at::date)")->where('venue_id', $id)->get()
I'm guessing that your issue is in the api.php file that you are starting your route with api.
Laravel by default prepends
api/ to any route in the api.php route file. So your route is actually
Does that work?
Check your config file on production and insure that you have your URL specified correctly. I am guessing that Twilio cannot access your audio file.