is a silly thing to do. Your Laravel app will throw errors, likely a key won’t be generated, and everything will have a bad time. Just delete the composer.lock file and run another update. You’ll be good to go.
So I’m working on this Laravel application right…
And I’m about to rebuild it for the 3rd time. I’ve been listening to Full Stack Radio and packing my brain full of idea thanks to Laracast. When I look at the current code base, I just can’t deal with it. So I’m going to start from scratch… again.
This time I’ll write tests for practice and for peace of mind. Enough trying to rush. Imma try to build this one with best practices in mind. Let’s see what happens.