# Package Service Provider

Once the package required, you must tell your application to use it. Laravel uses service providers to do so, if you are not familiar with this concept make sure to have a look at the documentation (opens new window).

// config/app.php

'providers' => [
    // Other Service Providers...
    
    \EonX\EasyBugsnag\Bridge\Laravel\EasyBugsnagServiceProvider::class,
],

# Lumen Actions Required

To install this package in a Lumen application the procedures are a bit different.

# Register Service Provider

In a Lumen application you must explicitly tell the application to register the package's service provider as following:

// bootstrap/app.php

$app = new Laravel\Lumen\Application(\dirname(__DIR__));

// Other actions...

$app->register(\EonX\EasyBugsnag\Bridge\Laravel\EasyBugsnagServiceProvider::class);

# Configuration

The only required config is the api key from your Bugsnag organisation:

// config/easy-bugsnag.php

return [
    'api_key' => \env('BUGSNAG_API_KEY'),
]; 

# Configuration in Lumen

In Lumen, you will need to explicitly call configure for this package:

// bootstrap/app.php

$app = new \Laravel\Lumen\Application(\realpath(\dirname(__DIR__)));

// ...

$app->configure('easy-bugsnag');

// ...