Use the Forge SDK

It will come as no surprise that Forge offers an API to programmatically access all operations that can be accomplished through the browser. This means, if you wish, you can build your own applications and services on top of Forge.
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Redirect Traffic

Once your domain is configured with Laravel Forge, you can optionally configure a redirect to point non-www traffic to the www version, or of course the other way around. Let’s learn how to do this in Forge.
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SSL on Forge

Registering an SSL certificate on your server is usually a tricky and confusing process. But not with Laravel Forge!
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Queues

Queues allow us to push time-consuming tasks to a background job, where they can be processed by a worker. This allows for a snappier feedback loop for your users.
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Vue Convenience Components

In this lesson, come along as I refactor my "slide up" modal Vue components. The goal will be to ensure that future modals will be as simple and intuitive as possible to construct and configure.
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Event Fakery

Let’s drop down a level and write a test to ensure that, when experience is awarded to a user, an announcement (or event) is made to the rest of our application. Later, we’ll listen for this announcement and grant any necessary achievement badges to the user.
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