The Laravel 6.x Shift automates the upgrade of your Laravel application from Laravel 5.8 to Laravel 6.x. Using the Laravel 6.x Shift to automatically upgrade your Laravel application has an estimated time savings of 1 hour.
Laravel 6.x has reached end of life. It no longer receives bug fixes. Shift strongly recommends continuing your upgrade to the latest LTS release or latest stable release of Laravel. Watch upgrading old Laravel applications for tips on running multiple Shifts effectively.
The Laravel 6.x Shift automates many of the upgrades listed in the Laravel Upgrade Guide, including:
Inputfacade with the
composer.jsonfor Laravel 6.x.
In addition to the Core Upgrades, the Laravel 6.x Shift performs additional upgrades beyond those listed in the Laravel Upgrade Guide, including:
There are some upgrades the Laravel 6.x Shift can not perform automatically. When Shift detects these it adds a detailed comment to the Pull Request to guide any additional steps you may need to do manually.
While Shift attempts to detect and automate the updates for popular community packages, you may need to update some of your dependencies manually. Always review the changelog for your dependencies for any additional changes.
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.