We have the low-level tools for connecting to the Faktory server, executing commands, fetching data, logging, and so on. Now, I'll work on the high-l...
In this part, we'll focus on supporting some more parts of the Faktory protocol.
The INFO command returns information about the Faktory instance...
Following on from Part 3, it's time for some refactoring. Thus far, all of the code has been in the TcpClient, but it mak...
At this point, I'll take a break from Faktory-focused functionality to address the shortcomings I raised at the end of the last part. Specifically, I...
Now I'll turn what I did in Part 1 into code.
First, I'll set up a new Composer project. My composer.json looks like this (truncated):
My recent queue foray put me on the scent of Faktory, a language-agnostic queue server made by Sidekiq's author. I noticed there wasn't a good PHP cl...
This post is part 4 of a series where I build a task queue system. Other parts:
Before we continue, at this point, you'd have...
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Right now, when an error happe...
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Next, I'll beef up my queue library with some...
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Some time ago, I came across a pos...