I've been looking for something similar for handling large photo/ZIP files but I've had little luck. When I work it out, I'll let you know though.
IronWorker has pretty good documentation, you can use their libraries and even have some php examples on GitHub. I suggest you sign up and add your credit-card details so you could get 200 hours for workers per month. When you sign up you can use IronWorker live console from your account to test some code!
@juukie14 Laracasts have videos on queues but not on workers.
Laravel + IronWorker example: https://github.com/iron-io/iron_worker_examples/tree/master/ph...
A composer package to use Iron Workers within Laravel : https://github.com/iron-io/laraworker
Is there a way to upload the iron worker without cmd?
Laraworker is made in such a way so that you can upload via artisan commands.
Speaking about uploading a Iron Worker - You can upload without cmd as it's a POST request where you are uploading a file. But it's complicated without cmd, as you have to zip the file, you can test it, then you have upload using a form?
Using iron_worker CLI is the best way to run,upload a Iron Worker or you should at least have curl, I am assuming you have those in your development machine.
Sorry for the naive question but my worker depends on many of the laravel packages. So when I upload my worker to iron.io, I've to upload all the dependencies as well?
I posted a question related to iron.io worker here http://laravel.io/forum/06-18-2014-delegating-mission-critical...
Do you think, iron.io worker can be useful in this scenario?
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