One great feature of Laravel is how easy it is to setup local and dev environments.

Why would you want separate environments?

  • Require separate packages for dev, and production.
  • Less bloat / potential for errors on production.
  • Turn off debug on production.
  • Special config options for local vs production.
  • etc…

Next we simply create a new folder at : App/config/local/

If you create a App.php file -this file will override the global App.php in the parent directory while working in the local environment. So you can add different providers/facades to this local version and not mess up the production version.

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