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Thank you for the thorough explanation and suggestions, this helps a lot!
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I'm looking to call a node script from Laravel that runs a Lighthouse report and returns JSON with data I need.
I've Googled around and it seems like the most common way of doing something like this is to do something like
exec('node myscript.js', $output); where $output is an array of each line of output in the console.
This means I would do
console.log(myJson) inside my node script.
This seems a bit strange. Is there not a way for me to just return my JSON directly? Or what are the other options?
I could run a local node server with an Express endpoint and return JSON that way, but if I can just call this single script directly that seems to make a bit more sense.
Edit: I guess it makes sense that I would need some sort of protocol or intermediary to have two processes/languages talk to one another. Should I be looking at https://laravel.com/docs/8.x/redis#pubsub ? Or maybe the console.log actually is the easiest and most obvious solution here for something this simple?