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Realtime with Laravel Reverb

18 episodes1 hr 19 mins


New to realtime broadcasting in Laravel? This course covers the essentials with plenty of examples along the way, leaving you ready to start adding realtime functionality to any of your Laravel applications.

Broken up into channel types, we’ll cover:

  • The basics of installing, configuring and running a Reverb server
  • Broadcasting events
  • Private channels
  • Presence channels
  • Client-to-client broadcasting by whispering
Alex Garrett-Smith
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