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@themsaid I'm working on a SaaS that I (of course) hope is a success. Do you think it makes sense to just launch with Vapor from the start or wait to see if it's a success then move to Vapor?
Obviously it's easier in the long run to just start on Vapor but as a startup you're trying to minimize cost. From what I understand moving away from Vapor is pretty easy if you want to so maybe it's just as easy to wait and get on Vapor when the need arises?
Do you have any thoughts on all of this?
This line is your issue
$shipDate = $dateNow->addWeekDays(5);
Adding week days to
$dateNow is changing that variable, not just setting
$shipDate. In other words, you're setting
$dateNow to the same value.
If you change the last line to this you'll see your expected outcome: