Laravel Artisan Commands to Clear Cache

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In this post, You will learn how to clear route cache, application cache, config cache, view cache, and reoptimized class in a Laravel using the artisan commands.

Clear Route Cache in Laravel

php artisan route:cache

Clear Application Cache in Laravel

php artisan cache:clear

Clear Config Cache in Laravel

php artisan config:cache

Clear View Cache in Laravel

php artisan view:clear

Reoptimize Class

php artisan optimize

Conclusion

Now you have learned how to utilize the php artisan command to clear the cache from your Laravel application. Go forth and try these super wonderful artisan commands and let us know how these commands are helping you.

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