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Started a new Conversation Task And Queues
I wanted to get some feedback on the best use of a task and queues. Here is the scenario:
I have users that connect to Shopify. About twice a day I have a task that uses the Shopify API and syncs customers, products, etc.
Some ideas I have been playing with:
Using a scheduled task each Shopify store makes an API call to return the store customers. Once the customers are returned I would send each customer to a queue to be update/added to the database.
Or should a queue be used for the entire process? Make the API call and update/add to the DB?
Another thought I had was to see if I can complete the API call in one queue and send the returned customers to another queue for DB updates.
Started a new Conversation Laravel Horizon
I'm sure this might be the dumbest set of questions... but here it goes.
Laravel Horizon: Do I need to install this on my regular Laravel app or as a separate app? Do I need to connect it to the same DB as my app or does it need its own?
Thank you in advance.