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What are Laravel Microservices?

The biggest benefit to microservices is that even if one of the software services fails, the rest of the system stays online – unlike with monolith where any changes require an updated version of the application from the server side.

Laravel, the popular PHP framework, being based on the Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture – a modular structure in itself, aligns well with the principles of microservices. Along with other powerful built-in features and integrations, Laravel is a suitable option for developing microservices that can be easily managed, scaled, and transformed if required.

Benefits of Laravel Microservices

With 9+ years in Laravel development, our developers are no strangers to Laravel Microservices. The modular approach bring a following benefits to a development project,

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Our Laravel expertise allows us to tap into the full potential of the Laravel framework for your microservices-based application.

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From inception to deployment, we prioritize collaboration and innovation to deliver cutting-edge microservices that propel your business forward.

With thousands of pre-vetted developers at your disposal, Proshore as a dedicated development company can match your project requirements and product growth stage.

Whether you want to start with a dedicated Laravel Developer or hire a dedicated development team to take a microservice project – Proshore’s ready-to-code devs teams are for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Microservices is a modern and flexible approach to software development, that allows the development of scalable, resilient, and maintainable applications that can adapt to changing business requirements and tech advancements. 

Through, a modular architecture over monolith, involves breaking down applications into a collection of small, independent services that communicate with each other via APIs. Each microservice is designed to perform a specific business function and can be developed, deployed, and scaled independently – unlike traditional monolith architecture, where the entire application is built as a single unit.

It refers to the process of creating web applications using Laravel, a popular open-source PHP framework known for its elegant syntax, robust features, and developer-friendly environment. Laravel simplifies common tasks through pre-built components and MVC architecture, allows making of applications to be easier to maintain and extend from the get-go.

In turn, these services are provided as per demand by a Laravel development company, like Proshore.

While Laravel is traditionally known for building monolithic applications, its modular (MVC) architecture and flexibility make it suitable for implementing microservices well.

Separate Laravel applications can be used for each microservice which helps in focusing on specific functionalities or business domains. Each microservice can have its own database, business logic, and user interface, and they can communicate with each other through API calls.

However, like with any well-built application, building Laravel microservices architecture requires proper planning, design, and implementation. With 9+ years of experience in the tech, Proshore’s seasoned devs can bring out the best of Laravel to the modern microservices approach.

You should consider using Laravel for microservices architecture under the following circumstances:

  1. Complexity and Scalability: When your application grows in complexity and requires scalability, microservices architecture can offer more flexibility. Laravel’s modular structure allows you to break down your application into smaller, manageable components that can be independently deployed and scaled.
  2. Separation of Concerns: If your application has distinct functionalities or business domains that can be decoupled, microservices architecture with Laravel can help in maintaining separation of concerns. Each microservice can focus on a specific functionality, making it easier to manage and maintain over time.
  3. Team Collaboration: Microservices allow different teams to work on different parts of the application independently. With Laravel, teams can develop and maintain separate microservices using consistent coding standards and practices, enhancing collaboration and productivity.
  4. Technological Diversity: Microservices architecture enables the use of diverse technologies and programming languages for different services. If your project requires integrating with various technologies or services, Laravel’s flexibility allows you to incorporate them seamlessly into your microservices ecosystem.
  5. Performance Optimization: Microservices architecture can improve the performance of your application by allowing you to scale individual components independently based on their resource demands. Laravel’s optimization features and performance enhancements can further improve the efficiency of your microservices.

Yes, Laravel’s modular structure and robust features make it capable of supporting microservices-based applications. Here’s why Laravel is suitable for microservices,

  1. Modular Structure: Laravel’s architecture allows developers to organize code into reusable modules, making it easier to create and manage independent microservices.
  2. RESTful API Support: Laravel provides built-in support for creating RESTful APIs, which is essential for communication between microservices.
  3. Eloquent ORM: Laravel’s Eloquent ORM simplifies database interactions, making it easier to manage database access within microservices.
  4. Blade Templating Engine: While microservices focus on backend functionality, Laravel’s Blade templating engine allows developers to create dynamic and reusable views for frontend interfaces.
  5. Community and Ecosystem: Laravel has a large and active community, providing support, documentation, and a wide range of packages and extensions that can be leveraged to build and integrate microservices.
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