Log files are always helpful when debugging the project so it is crucial to maintain a proper
log file. The Laravel logging facilities provides a simple layer on top of the mono log library according to
Laravel documentation. Laravel is configured in such a way that it creates a single log file for the
application in app/storage/logs/laravel.log. You can write informations in this log file. For writing a log
file to another location use the useDailyFiles or useFiles methods. Then write info to log to the log file at
the specified path.
Log::info([info to log]);
If the path of the log file doesn’t exist create it and it should be the first parameter. The number of days
can be entered as second parameter i.e. the number of days Laravel will log before erasing old logs. It is
not mandatory since the default value is unlimited.