The Laravel Options package from Appstract is a global database key-value options store for Laravel. This package uses a simple options database table with a key and value field and an
Option model available via a service provider.
Related: Storing Global Application Settings
Laravel Options has some helpers and a Facade for working with the options table, along with a common public API for creating, getting, setting, and deleting options by key:
1// Get an option2option('someKey');34// Set option5option(['someKey' => 'someValue']);67// Check the option exists8option_exists('someKey');
The package ships with a console command to set global options via the command line:
1php artisan option:set site_name "Laravel News"
Laravel Options takes away some boilerplate that you might have in your app to replicate a simple key-value store, but doesn’t have much functionality beyond setting simple key-values and you’ll be responsible for any data transformations.
For complete installation instructions check out appstract/laravel-options on GitHub.