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Multitenancy in Laravel: Migrations, Testing, and switching tenants

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In this video, Mohammed Said shares a nice, clean strategy for multitenancy in Laravel.

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Recently I had situation when my database was used like single source of truth for 2 different codebases and I used api.domain.com for writing into this db and admin.domain.com for doing Admin operations. Itโ€™s good example of multitenancy or not?