This command will generate the config/bugnotifier.php config file.
Inside the configuration file, you can add the environments that BugNotifier should watch for exceptions,
configure a list of exceptions that should be ignored and choose the driver used to send the notifications.
3. Setting up
Ok, now that our service provider is in place and our configuration file is set,
let's set up the BugNotifier to watch for exceptions in our application.
Go to your app/Exceptions/Handler.php file, and scroll down to the report method, this method is very important,
here you can intercept any exceptions thrown by Laravel, so use the Notifyfacade to set it up.