Mohammad Gufran takes the stock install of Wardrobe and takes it to the bare minimum by stripping out unused Laravel service providers and adding Wardrobe to the compiled.php file.
I love that he is doing things like this and writing about it. This is my favorite quote:
This is not a company project after all, this is My Blog and I can break it a hundred gazillion times a day – No Questions.
It reminds me of my blog and the way I look at it. I thought I was the only one that did this :)
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