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Laravel WebSockets can be installed via composer:
composer require beyondcode/laravel-websockets
The package will automatically register a service provider.
This package comes with a migration to store statistic information while running your WebSocket server. You can publish the migration file using:
php artisan vendor:publish --provider="BeyondCode\LaravelWebSockets\WebSocketsServiceProvider" --tag="migrations"
Run the migrations with:
php artisan migrate
Next, you need to publish the WebSocket configuration file:
php artisan vendor:publish --provider="BeyondCode\LaravelWebSockets\WebSocketsServiceProvider" --tag="config"
This is the default content of the config file that will be published as
return [ /* * This package comes with multi tenancy out of the box. Here you can * configure the different apps that can use the webSockets server. * * Optionally you can disable client events so clients cannot send * messages to each other via the webSockets. */ 'apps' => [ [ 'id' => env('PUSHER_APP_ID'), 'name' => env('APP_NAME'), 'key' => env('PUSHER_APP_KEY'), 'secret' => env('PUSHER_APP_SECRET'), 'enable_client_messages' => false, 'enable_statistics' => true, ], ], /* * This class is responsible for finding the apps. The default provider * will use the apps defined in this config file. * * You can create a custom provider by implementing the * `AppProvider` interface. */ 'app_provider' => BeyondCode\LaravelWebSockets\Apps\ConfigAppProvider::class, /* * This array contains the hosts of which you want to allow incoming requests. * Leave this empty if you want to accept requests from all hosts. */ 'allowed_origins' => [ // ], /* * The maximum request size in kilobytes that is allowed for an incoming WebSocket request. */ 'max_request_size_in_kb' => 250, /* * This path will be used to register the necessary routes for the package. */ 'path' => 'laravel-websockets', 'statistics' => [ /* * This model will be used to store the statistics of the WebSocketsServer. * The only requirement is that the model should extend * `WebSocketsStatisticsEntry` provided by this package. */ 'model' => \BeyondCode\LaravelWebSockets\Statistics\Models\WebSocketsStatisticsEntry::class, /* * Here you can specify the interval in seconds at which statistics should be logged. */ 'interval_in_seconds' => 60, /* * When the clean-command is executed, all recorded statistics older than * the number of days specified here will be deleted. */ 'delete_statistics_older_than_days' => 60, /* * Use an DNS resolver to make the requests to the statistics logger * default is to resolve everything to 127.0.0.1. */ 'perform_dns_lookup' => false, ], /* * Define the optional SSL context for your WebSocket connections. * You can see all available options at: http://php.net/manual/en/context.ssl.php */ 'ssl' => [ /* * Path to local certificate file on filesystem. It must be a PEM encoded file which * contains your certificate and private key. It can optionally contain the * certificate chain of issuers. The private key also may be contained * in a separate file specified by local_pk. */ 'local_cert' => null, /* * Path to local private key file on filesystem in case of separate files for * certificate (local_cert) and private key. */ 'local_pk' => null, /* * Passphrase for your local_cert file. */ 'passphrase' => null ], ];
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