Before deploying PHP applications with the Laravel framework, there are a number of things that you must prepare, namely:
To create an application, please go to the "Applications" menu in the top right hand side of the page, click the "Create Application" button. After that the display will appear as follows:
Then fill in the environment variable information needed to run the Laravel application. Here is an example:
After that in your Laravel application folder, add awan.yaml file with the following contents:
version: '1.0' web: type: php version: 7.3 doc_root: ./public package_manager: composer run: php artisan migrate --force & php artisan queue:work & apache2-foreground
Please note, make sure the apache2-foreground command is always at the end of all worker commands.
After the Laravel application is ready, add the Gwan Remote Awanio to the project:
git remote add awan firstname.lastname@example.org:TEAM/APP_NAME.git
After that, please commit and push to the git server to Awanio
git push awan master
After the deployment is complete, please check your application at https://app-name.diawan.id
Awanio uses Apache Httpd as a runtime for PHP-based applications. Thus, you can add the .htaccess file to the public folder in the Laravel application.
For more details, please refer to the following video.