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Started a new Conversation Artisan Serve: Literal Vs IP
Can we still use the format "dirname.test" to access a local Laravel sites via the "artisan serve" command in Laravel 8? I can access the site using the ip address the artisan command outputs. Is there a setting I'm missing in order to use the FQDN url feature? Thanks!
Replied to Laravel 8 - Teams
If you install the Team feature and decide you don't want to use it you can disable it by commenting it out in the jetstream.php config file.
Started a new Conversation Laravel 8 - Teams
I was looking forward to Teams via Jetstream, but it's not what I expected. I seeded a user initially and it failed because I hadn't created a personal team for it. It appears every user must have at least a personal team. I don't understand why every user is required to be in or have a team. I'd prefer to make it optional so teams are only created using a desired subset of users. Any (easy) way around this? Thanks!