What is Laravel Telescope?
Laravel Telescope is an elegant debug assistant for the Laravel framework. Telescope provides insight into the requests coming into your application, exceptions, log entries, database queries, queued jobs, mail, notifications, cache operations, scheduled tasks, variable dumps and more. Telescope makes a wonderful companion to your local Laravel development environment.
Laravel Telescope is a tool in the Monitoring Tools category of a tech stack.
Laravel Telescope is an open source tool with 3.5K GitHub stars and 316 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Laravel Telescope's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Laravel Telescope?
3 companies reportedly use Laravel Telescope in their tech stacks, including Smart Send, stack, and CultureConnector.
7 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Laravel Telescope.
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