One of my most common use-cases is dispatching Laravel jobs with Tinkerwell while I develop the job itself. Previously I did this via
php artisan tinker and had to restart my tinker session every time I changed my code to get the latest changes. Tinkerwell always uses the most recent source code, and developing new jobs is as easy as it gets.
Just recently, I had to develop a job for a client that uploads order data for registered users to their newsletter provider. They use this data to trigger automated emails and send coupon codes, etc. To dispatch new jobs and test if the job is working, I run this code in Tinkerwell within the local application:
$order = Order::latest()->first(); dispatch(new UploadOrderDataToMailchimp($order));
This use case is just a small one, but it makes my life easier every time I develop a job in Laravel.
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