Clockwork 4.0 released with UI improvements, requests search and more


Following a roughly yearly major release schedule, Clockwork 4.0 is now available. The client-side powering the browser extensions and the web UI was fully rewritten in Vue.js. We used this opportunity to introduce some new UI concepts and long-requested features.

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Clockwork 3.1 released with editor links and better exceptions


A new minor Clockwork version is now available, shortening the wait for the next major release in early 2019. Clockwork 3.1 comes with improvements to exception UI, stack traces linking to editor, new vanilla PHP integration and more.

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Clockwork 3.0 now available


What started as a major version increment to make some small breaking changes ended up as the biggest Clockwork release yet. With many new features and improvements both on the server-side and in the Clockwork application, many based on your suggestions. Let's take a closer look.

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Introducing Clockwork 2.0


I'm happy to announce, after 4 years and 14 releases, a new major version of Clockwork is now available. I've tried to make this feel like a truly major release, with exciting new features and some long overdue improvements and fixes. Let's check it out.

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Clockwork 1.14 with Server-Timing released


Server Timing is a new W3C specification for a standardized way of reporting simple server-side performance metrics. While only supported in Chrome at the moment, this is a first step towards a better native cross-browser profiling tools for server-side.

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Clockwork 1.12 and Chrome 1.6 released!


Showing where exactly was a database query called was requested on GitHub and something I wanted to do for the longest time. A recently released package Laravel Query Tracer adds this information into the query itself, which is a cool solution, but also a huge hack. I thought we could do better, so I've added native support to Clockwork.

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