Observe your Horizons
Clicking through your browser tabs trying to find the correct Horizon instance? With Observer, you just open the app and switch between your Laravel Horizon instances with a simple shortcut.
A dedicated desktop application.
All your favorite Laravel Horizon features (and a few new ones) are packed into a single desktop application. A must-have productivity booster for every Laravel developer.
Add all your Horizon instances without a sweat. Five, twenty, one hundred? Observer got you covered!
Fast, lightweight, and reusable data fetching with caching for a real-time experience.
Add all your environments to Observer and label them accordingly for easy access.
Use the command palette to quickly navigate between all your Horizon instances.
Monitor your queue settings like the maximum amount of processes, memory limits, and timeouts.
Observer will automatically resume fetching when you wake up your device or reconnect to the internet.
Observer works with every Laravel application, and it only takes two minutes to set up.
Made for Laravel Developers
Observer is made to help all awesome Laravel developers out there to get even more productive.
Convenience is within your reach
Boost your productivity with Observer.
Local taxes may be added during the checkout. Your license can be used on two devices.
Frequently asked questions
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- What are the requirements for using Observer?
- Observer has been tested with Horizon v5 and requires the URL to your Horizon instance to work. When using Observer for production environments, a few minor changes are needed, don't worry, it only takes two minutes. Observer is available on macOS, Linux and Windows.
- I'm unable to add my Horizon instance
- Observer should return the response code from the server to inform you why Observer was not able to connect to your instance. If the server does not respond with an error, the issue is caused by incorrect CORS headers. Learn how to configure your Laravel application.
- What are the available shortkeys?
To switch between instances, you can use ⌘K.
If you want to add a new Horizon instance, you can use ⌘N.
- What happens if my license expires?
- Once your license expires, you can continue to use Observer, but you will no longer receive any updates.
- On how many devices can I use Observer?
- Your license can be activated on two devices.
- How many Horizon instances can I manage with Observer?
- There is no limit; you can add all your Horizon instances.