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Using jobs instead of commands in the schedule of a Laravel app

Original – mailcoach.app

In a standard Laravel application, you can schedule Artisan commands in your console kernel. While that works for most projects, we took a different route in Mailcoach. Instead of scheduling commands, we're scheduling jobs.

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