This will create the settings table in your database.
You use the package either with the facade or by creating a new instance of the class.
It is probably best to use the facade, because the class extends Laravel's Illuminate\Eloquent\Model which will require you to instantiate the class on every call.
If not, the class may return an already found setting.
By default the class uses Laravel's Illuminate\Support\Facades\Auth facade to get the logged in user and all settings are saved to that user.
Include the TaylorNetwork\Setting\Setting class in your class and instantiate it.