Never worry about keeping your Laravel projects up-to-date again with a Shifty Plan subscription.
New releases of Laravel happen every week. Each brings new features, dependency updates, and core file changes. That's a lot to maintain yourself.
With a Shifty Plan you'll receive weekly and "mid-cycle" Shifts so you always stay up-to-date. There's nothing to do. You'll automatically receive a PR.
“ Shifting once a release was a huge timesaver, being able to completely automate upgrading my codebase is a gamechanger. ”
Joel Clermont, Owner - No Compromises
Run the latest Laravel Shift, as well as an unlimited runs of the Laravel Fixer and other Shifts.
Automatically receive PRs with dependency updates anytime Laravel tags a new release.
Never wait again. With your plan, all of your Shifts are run immediately on an exclusive job queue.
Leverage the Shift Workbench to run specific tasks for maintaining and refactoring your Laravel and PHP code.
Run Shift by setting up webhooks or trigger Shifts to run on-demand via simple web API calls.
Unlimited plan subscribers also gain access to the Shifty Coders community for additional support.
You're one step away from always being up-to-date.
Get your project up-to-date
$109 / 6 months
Keep your project up-to-date
$99 / year
Get all your projects up-to-date
$549 / 6 months
Keep all your projects up-to-date
$699 / year
Managing lots of Laravel projects running various versions? This plan is for you. It's pretty straightforward – run any Shift for unlimited repositories. Plus get full-access to the Shift Workbench, webhooks, API, and Shifty Coders.
Your fellow Laravel companies and teams subscribe to Shift.
Both plans always include the latest Laravel Shift. Currently, this is the Laravel 9.x Shift. When Laravel 10 is released in January 2023, the latest Laravel Shift will become the Laravel 10.x Shift.
The LTS Plan includes: Laravel 6.x Shift, Laravel 7.x Shift, Laravel 8.x Shift, Laravel 9.x Shift, Upgrade Checker, Laravel Fixer, Tests Generator, CI Generator, Dependency Updater, PSR-4, and MySQL to MySQLi.
The Everything Plan includes, well, every Shift.
You're right in between the plans. So it's your call.
It probably makes sense to run the Laravel 8.x Shift independently, then subscribe to a Latest Plan. Especially if you're interested in a license for the Shift Workbench desktop app (which is included with the Latest Plan).
You may use the automated Shifts to upgrade your project to Laravel 5.8, then subscribe to an LTS Plan to take it the rest of the way.
If you have more than 6 projects running older versions of Laravel, consider subscribing to the Everything Plan.
Once you subscribe to a Shifty Plan, you may invite other users to your team. You may even designate members of your team to manage your plan.
Shift, of course, wants to help you run the latest version of Laravel. So instead of locking you into a plan for a year, an LTS Plan is 6 months so you may upgrade quickly then downgrade to a Latest Plan.
From the dashboard, you may manage your plan however you need – add more repositories, upgrade or downgrade your plan, as well as cancel or resume your subscription.
Sign in with any of the following services to connect Shift with your Laravel project.
Don't use one of these services?
Temporarily push your project to a free, private repository on one of these cloud-based services or upgrade your project locally with Shift for Docker.