Category: Laravel, PHP, MySQL, javascript

· November 16, 2020 · ⋆ Laravel With the help of EXPLAIN, you can see where you should add indexes to tables so that the statement executes faster by using indexes to find rows.

With the help of this PR in Laravel 8.x, it’s now a matter of calling explain() on the query to return the explanation.

So, if you’d like to explain a query on the Book model, you can do it like so.

Loop over and include Blade views simultaneously using @each in Laravel Monitor logs in Laravel Telescope in production environment Using MySQL explain for queries in Laravel 8.x Simple and lightweight scaffolding using Breeze in Laravel 8 My first PR in laravel/framework that got merged!
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