This bundle exposes artisan to the web. As such, it probably should not be used in a production environment. You can password protect it, I guess, but it's still risky. I wrote it primarily to use migrations in a PHP Fog app, where it also worked nicely for running tasks to generate test data.
return array( 'artisan' => array( 'handles' => 'artisan', ), );
Use URLs like artisan tasks, replacing spaces with
/, double colons (
+, and colons (
For example, the migrate command
php artisan migrate
and the task
php artisan admin::generate:list
Parameters are allowed too.
php artisan notify someone
I hope someone else finds this useful at some point.
You can install this bundle by running the following CLI command:
php artisan bundle:install artisan
Alternatively you can download it directly from GitHub:
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