How to telescope installation and configuration in laravel?

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Hello Dev,
Hello to all! Now in this article, i will talk about laravel telescope installation. i will use how to install telescope laravel? So in this article i will goes to detailed descriptive on telescope installation and configuration step by step. I will look at example of telescope installation and configuration. So Let’s start with laravel telescope tutorial.

So now in this tutorial, i will show you how to telescope installation and configuration in laravel 5.8 ,laravel 6, laravel 7 and laravel 8 version.

Laravel Telescope is a debug assistant for laravel project. Whenever you will write code it is very hard to debug and find the error in your application manually. Telescope will provides access to the requests coming into your application, exceptions, log entries, database queries, model watch, catch, redis, queued jobs, mail, scheduled tasks and more in one place.

So, now here i will give you a very simple step of how to install telescope in your laravel app and also how it looks after install.

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Install Laravel Telescope Package

Install telescope for with following command:

composer require laravel/telescope

you can also install for specific environment:

composer require laravel/telescope --dev

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Install Telescope

after install this package, we have to also install telescope by using following command that will create migration files and configuration file.

php artisan telescope:install

now let’s run following command to create tables for telescope.

php artisan migrate

now you are ready to run telescope. so let’s run project:

php artisan serve

open bellow url

localhost:8000/telescope/requests

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What features provide by telescope?

  • Requests
  • Commands
  • Schedule
  • Jobs
  • Batches
  • Cache
  • Dumps
  • Events
  • Exceptions
  • Gates
  • Logs
  • Mail
  • Models
  • Notifications
  • Queries
  • Redis
  • Views

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