Laravel 11: Publish Broadcasting Channels Route File

In this quick guide, I'll demonstrate how to publish a broadcasting channel route file in the Laravel 11 framework. With the impending release of Laravel 11, users can anticipate a host of new features and enhancements.

Notably, Laravel 11 boasts a more streamlined application structure and introduces features like per-second rate limiting and health routine.

By default, Laravel 11 doesn't display the broadcasting channels route file, and you're unable to define broadcasting channel routes within it.

However, if you wish to define such routes, you'll need to publish the broadcasting channels route file using the command provided below.

This command not only publishes the channels.php file

So, let's see how to publish the broadcasting channel route file in laravel 11.

Run the following command to publish the Broadcasting Channels route file.

php artisan install:broadcasting

The install:broadcasting command will create a routes/channels.php file where you may register your application's broadcast authorization routes and callbacks.


use Illuminate\Support\Facades\Broadcast;
Broadcast::channel('App.Models.User.{id}', function ($user, $id) {
    return (int) $user->id === (int) $id;

When running the install:broadcasting command, you will be prompted to install Laravel Reverb. you may also install Reverb manually using the Composer package manager. Since Reverb is currently in beta, you will need to explicitly install the beta release.


composer require laravel/reverb:@beta

Once the package is installed, you may run Reverb's installation command to publish the configuration, add Reverb's required environment variables, and enable event broadcasting in your application.

php artisan reverb:install


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