@cconey thanks for that repository,thats exactly what I was looking for.
and I though about the possibility of database settings with cache but I dont know its just look to weird,I think laravel should have a save option even if its with some stupid str_replace/preg_replace as you want to give an option for users to change it without messing with php files
of course it isn't,that was just an example to show that it is important.anyway I got my answer ill probably build my own helper methods ,hopefully taylor will add this option in some point.
Thanks for your help @Mort and @keevitaja I don't agree that some of this settings are not dynamic,in every popular cms/blog system you can easily edit mail settings and also when your creating your custom settings you want to have an option to edit from a nice interface,specially when you don't know that programming language and might miss some ';' or something else without the knowledge of how to fix it.
save/load in admin panel. lets say I want to add in admin panel an option to change the mail driver. what I woud like to know if there is sort of an helper to do that or I need to write something of my own. it should return something like this -
[ 'mail' => [ [ 'name'=> 'driver', 'value' => 'smpt', 'desc' => ' Laravel supports both SMTP and PHP\'s "mail" function as drivers for the sending of e-mail. You may specify which one you\'re using throughout your application here. By default, Laravel is setup for SMTP mail. Supported: "smtp", "mail", "sendmail"' ] ] ]