To start using LaraBug, you will need an account. Register here for a 5-day free trial.
After creating your account & project, you are ready to start installing the LaraBug package inside your Laravel installation.
You can install the package through Composer.
composer require larabug/larabug
Then publish the config and migration file of the package using artisan.
php artisan vendor:publish --provider="LaraBug\ServiceProvider"
And adjust config file config/larabug.php with your desired settings. More on the configuration here.
Note: by default only production environments will report errors. To modify this edit your larabug configuration.
All that is left to do is to define 2 env configuration variables.
LB_KEY is your profile key which authorises your account to the API, LB_PROJECT_KEY is your project API key which you receive when creating a project.