How to use Cron Job in laravel 10

How to use Cron Job in laravel 10

How to use Cron Job in laravel 10, In this tutorial we will see how to use a cron job in Laravel 10 step-by-step with fully exampled. Scheduling of cron jobs.

Why do we use Crons Job? How do you set up cron jobs and the benefits of cron jobs in Laravel 10? As we know many times we need to send emails and notifications to users automatically so we need to refresh our system after some time.

I will explain everything in a simple way. I will show you some logic you can also make your own logic with cron jobs. Follow the steps to learn using Cron Jobs in Laravel 10.

Step 1: Project creating

We need a fresh project to perform our task so run the given command to create a project.

Composer require Laravel/Laravel CronJobs


Laravel new CronJobs

Step 2: Command Making

So we need a command to execute our Cron job, and run the given command to make a new command.

Php artisan make:command DemoCron –command=demo:cron

Then we need to make some changes in our created commands. Now open the files


namespace App\Console\Commands;
use Illuminate\Console\Command;
use Illuminate\Support\Facades\Http;
use App\Models\User;
class DemoCron extends Command
    protected $signature = 'demo:cron';
    protected $description = 'Command description';
    public function handle(): void
        info("Cron Job running at ". now());
        $response = Http::get('');
        $users = $response->json();
        if (!empty($users)) {
            foreach ($users as $key => $user) {
                if(!User::where('email', $user['email'])->exists() ){
                        'name' => $user['name'],
                        'email' => $user['email'],
                        'password' => bcrypt('123456789')

Step 3: Task Scheduler registration

So we need to define our command in Kernel.php. And also a time in which you want to execute a command.




Command Execute every minute


Command Execute after every five minutes


Command Execute after every ten minutes


Command Execute after every fifteen minutes


Command Execute after every thirty minutes


Command Execute after every hour


Command Execute after one hour and 17 minutes



namespace App\Console;
use Illuminate\Console\Scheduling\Schedule;
use Illuminate\Foundation\Console\Kernel as ConsoleKernel;
class Kernel extends ConsoleKernel
    protected function schedule(Schedule $schedule): void
    protected function commands(): void
        require base_path('routes/console.php');

Step 4: Testing of Cron Job

Our Cron job is ready now so run our system and test it is working properly or not. Run the given command to check:

Php artisan schedule:run

So open the log file to check command is working or not.






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