To automate composer updates and laravel artisan commands whenever you upload updated codes to AWS elastic beanstalk, you need to configure some commands. The locations are relative to your laravel’s root folder, not server root.
A good one for laravel on beanstalk. If you are experiencing composer and artisan config.
I’m working on a new project that is running an API using Laravel 5. We’re also hosting it on Amazon’s Elastic Beanstalk service, which gives us great scaling capabilities on the fly. However, since new instances of your application can be added/removed on the fly, setting your configuration requires a little more tweaking than the base install provides.
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