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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