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About This Episode

Published on Jul 2nd, 2018

Your Laravel application is now live. Let's imagine that, a few months later, you change email or logging providers. When switching to this new service, you'll typically be given a private API authorization key. Rather than hard-coding these keys into your PHP code, a better alternative is to store then within an .env file. Using Forge, we can easily update this configuration file on the fly.


    1. Say Hello To Forge

      Free Episode 4:05
    2. Why Forge

      Free Episode 4:24
    3. Your First Project

      Free Episode 8:36
    4. Provision a Load Balancer

      Free Episode 2:50
    5. Manage Your Databases

      Free Episode 6:23
    6. Modify Your PHP Settings

      Free Episode 1:59
    7. Scheduling Tasks

      Free Episode 4:07
    8. Using Daemons

      Free Episode 3:11
    9. Server Monitoring Tools

      Free Episode 5:09
    10. Setup Custom Git Remotes

      Free Episode 3:27
    11. Deployment Notifications

      Free Episode 3:13
    12. Edit Environment Files

      Free Episode 1:58
    13. Queues

      Free Episode 5:13
    14. SSL on Forge

      Free Episode 3:29
    15. Redirect Traffic

      Free Episode 2:47
    16. Use the Forge SDK

      Free Episode 7:55
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