If you are on a Linux or Mac machine...
Open up your ~/.bash_profile with your favorite text editor and add the following line at the end of the file:
alias a="php artisan"
Save the file and load it for the current terminal profile with:
- - the next time you log onto a terminal window it should already be working
Now instead of typing in all those nasty characters 'php artisan' all you need to do is type
a followed by your favorite command!
instead of typing:
php artisan view:clear php artisan queue:restart php artisan make:controller
You can now do:
a view:clear a queue:restart a make:controller
Isn't that a blessing?