I’ll try to tell you the stuff that no-one else seems to want to describe.
These posts are motivated by the desire to upgrade to Laravel 6.0 from Lumen 5.8
It looks like the project that bootstrapped on Lumen quickly outgrew it; we needed authentication for a REST interface. The next major version bump required Notifications. Most other feature integrations into lumen (twilio, sessions, jwt, 403-based auth) had been accomplished with little pain. Notifications? not so much. After a few obviously placed obstructions, I gave up under the assumption that such support in lumen is above my pay grade.
After not finding a roadmap for lumen 5.8 -> 6, and as I value feature implementation over forging chains, I decided to take this opportunity to implement laravel.
To proceed: my environment is osx, so I use valet. The default lavavel installation fails when attempting to debug. The default install places server.php in the project home; which file dont werkkorect wif valey.
Get rid of server.php to enjoy white-box testing for your fascinating project on osx with valet.