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Treblle with Laravel


  • All Treblle features
  • Supports Laravel Vapor and Laravel Octane


  • PHP 8+
  • Laravel 10



Install Treblle for Laravel via Composer by running the following command in your terminal:

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composer require treblle/treblle-laravel

Getting started

You can get started with Treblle directly from your Artisan console. Just type in the following command in your terminal:

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php artisan treblle:start

The command guides you through a setup process and allows you to create an account, login to your existing account, create a new project and get all the .env keys you need to start using Treblle.

You can also visit our website and create a free account to get your API key and Project ID. Once you have both your API key and project ID, simply add them to your .env file:

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Enabling Treblle on your API

Your first step should be to register Treblle into your in your middleware aliases in app/Http/Kernel.php:

protected $middlewareAliases = [
// the rest of your middleware aliases
'treblle' => \Treblle\Middlewares\TreblleMiddleware::class,

Open the routes/api.php and add the Treblle middleware to either a route group like so:

Route::middleware(['treblle'])->group(function () {
Route::prefix('samples')->group(function () {
Route::get('{uuid}', [SampleController::class, 'view']);
Route::post('store', [SampleController::class, 'store']);

or to an individual route like so:

Route::group(function () {
Route::prefix('users')->group(function () {
Route::get('{uuid}', [UserController::class, 'view'])->middleware('treblle');
Route::post('{uuid}/update', [UserController::class, 'update']);

You’re all set. Next time someone makes a request to your API you will see it in real-time on your Treblle dashboard alongside other features like: auto-generated documentation, error tracking, analytics and API quality scoring.

Laravel 11

If you are using Laravel 11, then all you need to do is register the middleware inside bootstrap/app.php like so:

->withMiddleware(function (Middleware $middleware): void {
'treblle' => \Treblle\Middlewares\TreblleMiddleware::class,

Or, alternatively you can inline this inside your routes:

// add your observable routes in here.

Configuration options

You can configure Treblle using just .env variables:

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Define which environments Treblle should NOT LOG at all. By default, Treblle will log all environments except local, dev and test. If you want to change that you can define your own ignored environments by using a comma separated list, or allow all environments by leaving the value empty.

Masked fields

Treblle masks sensitive information from both the request and response data as well as the request headers data before it even leaves your server. The following parameters are automatically masked: password, pwd, secret, password_confirmation, cc, card_number, ccv, ssn, credit_score.

You can customize this list by editing your configuration file. If you did not published your configuration file, run this command first:

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php artisan vendor:publish --tag=treblle-config

This will create a file at config/treblle.php. Then, open this file and tweak the masked fields:

return [
// ...
* Define which fields should be masked before leaving the server
'masked_fields' => [