config folder should contain your application config files. Files in this folder
are automatically registered as configuration files. As example, if you create an
you can access it using
The configuration files
config/commands.php are used internally by the
framework, and can not be removed.
config/app.php contains information related to your application:
|name||This value is the name of your application|
|version||This value determines the "version" your application is currently running in.|
|env||This value determines the "environment" your application is currently running in.|
|providers||The service providers listed here will be automatically loaded on your application.|
The default command of your application contains a list of commands. That list of commands
can be configured using
|default||The default application command when no command name is provided.|
|paths||The "paths" that should be loaded by the console's kernel.|
|add||Here you may specify which commands classes you wish to include.|
|hidden||Adds the provided commands, but make them hidden.|
|remove||Removes the list of commands provided.|
Disabling default component providers
The Database, Log, and Queue components support disabling auto-loading for their default service provider to allow the use of a custom provider.
To disable the default service provider for a component, set the
false in the configuration file. You can then add your custom
app.providers configuration array.