Scout APM helps PHP developers pinpoint N+1 queries, memory leaks & more so you can troubleshoot fast & get back to coding faster. I've been tinkering with a hobby project lately: a small framework to get more familiar with PHP 8, and try out some random ideas floating in my head.
Most of these ideas are born from my daily experience with Laravel, and more specifically from the little annoyances I have with it.
So this definitely isn't a Laravel-rant, rather it's just a thought experiment in dealing with one of those little annoyances.
You could go one step further and turn things around by always using config objects instead of arrays, which would allow you to also make use of their built-in documentation when reading config, and not only when initializing it.