This is part of the series tinker like a boss (in psysh)

  1. tinker… what?
  2. includes
  3. casters (presenters)
  4. aliases
  5. http (and other) helpers
  6. wtf is this error?

Errors – WTF?

Usually getting verbose errors in tinker is now what you want. You made a typo, called wrong method etc – all feedback you need then is a short message and you can fix your error. Sometimes, however, you may want to actually see more information about the errors or full stacktrace behind it.

Fortunatelly PsySH got you covered! All you need in this case is… to ask WTF? Check this out:



If you didn’t check it yet, here is the psysh config file that I prepared for you.

Enjoy and share your thoughts in the comments below or on twitter @SOFTonSOFA

Now is the time to go to your console, type $ php artisan tinker and follow along

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