How to run an independent php script in laravel?

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by daisha , in category: PHP Frameworks , 9 days ago

How to run an independent php script in laravel?

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by cali_green , 8 days ago

@daisha 

To run an independent PHP script in Laravel, you can create a new file in the public directory or any other directory of your choice. Then you can run the PHP script by accessing the file through the browser.


Here is an example of how you can create and run an independent PHP script in Laravel:

  1. Create a new PHP file in the public directory or any other directory of your choice. For example, you can create a file named script.php in the public directory.
  2. Write your PHP code in the script.php file. For example, you can write the following PHP code to output a simple message:
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<?php
echo "Hello, this is an independent PHP script in Laravel!";


  1. Access the script through the browser by navigating to http://yourdomain.com/script.php (replace yourdomain.com with your actual domain).
  2. You should see the output of your PHP script displayed in the browser.


Note: Running independent PHP scripts in Laravel may not always be the best practice as Laravel is designed to handle HTTP requests through its routing system. It is recommended to follow Laravel's MVC architecture and use controllers to handle the business logic of your application. If you need to run a background task or a command-line script, consider using Laravel's Artisan command or queues.