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SitePoint PHP Blog:
IronMQ and Laravel Implementation
May 29, 2014 @ 12:11:07

The SitePoint PHP blog has posted the latest tutorial in their "IronMQ and Laravel" series (part two of two) showing you the actual implementation of the queue handling, building on the configuration and structure from the previous post.

Welcome back to the IronMQ and Laravel series - this is the second and final part in which we finalize our background-job enabled web app. [...] We will make a jobs table which has job_id, and the status of the job. When you put a job on the queue, the job status will be queued and when we receive the job, we set the status to running. Accordingly, after finishing it we will mark it finished.

They start out by creating the "jobs" table in MySQL (via a migration) and follow it with the matching model. A basic template is also included for viewing the current job information and populating its data. Finally, a "run" method is created in the controller to actually execute a job. Using this, they set up the image resize functionality, creating the "photo" table, model and template to output the results of the image manipulation. They've also included a simple version of the editing of the image, allowing the user to resize based on the inputted height and width.

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Link: http://www.sitepoint.com/ironmq-laravel-implementation/


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