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How to disable facades in Laravel?


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Facades are aliases defined in the config/app.php.  Look in that file for the "aliases" key and you'll find the mappings.  With that said, so long as they remain a part of Laravel, if you want to avoid using them (which is a good idea, especially if you want to have sensible unit tests) then just don't use them.  There isn't an option to remove them or disable them entirely, and no plan that I know of to do so.  They are a convenience option, but you are not forced to, nor required to ever use a facade.


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