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Laravel Clear Cache Of Route, View, Config Command | StackCoder


Laravel Clear Cache Of Route, View, Config Command


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Most of the time you may end up refreshing your view pages or adding new routes but it wont be accessible from user browser. Its all because of caching that Laravel does for us.


In this article lets see how to clear Laravel application cache, routes, views & configs caches in a very simple way.


Topics that we will covering


  1. Application Cache Clearing
  2. Route Cache Clearing
  3. View Cache Clearing
  4. Config Cache Clearing
  5. Clear All Caches Using Simple Callback URL
  6. Clear All Caches Using Custom Command

Application Cache Clearing


Flush the application cache

php artisan cache:clear

Route Cache Clearing


Remove the route cache file

php artisan route:clear

View Cache Clearing


Clear all compiled view files

php artisan view:clear

Config Cache Clearing


Remove the configuration cache file

php artisan config:clear

Clear All Caches Using Simple Callback URL In web.php


We can create a simple callback URL in web.php to clear all the caches at a stretch

Route::get('/clear-all-cache', function() {
  Artisan::call('cache:clear');
  Artisan::call('route:clear');
  Artisan::call('view:clear');
  Artisan::call('config:clear');
  echo "Cleared all caches successfully.";
});

Clear All Caches Using Custom Command


Let's create a simple command utility so that we can use it as and when required from the command line.


Create ClearAllCache Command

php artisan make:command ClearAllCache


ClearAllCache.php command class

<?php

namespace App\Console\Commands;

use Illuminate\Console\Command;
use Illuminate\Support\Facades\Artisan;

class ClearAllCache extends Command
{
    protected $signature = 'cache:clear-all';

    protected $description = 'Command to clear application, route, view & config caches';
    
    public function handle()
    {
        Artisan::call('cache:clear');
        Artisan::call('route:clear');
        Artisan::call('view:clear');
        Artisan::call('config:clear');
        echo "Cleared all caches successfully.";
    }
}


You can verify the above command using the following in console


php artisan

Conclusion


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