In a new post to his site Nicolas Widart introduces you to the idea of building Laravel applications a bit differently than you may normally: in a more modular structure. This structure makes use of this package to make it happen.
Let me start by saying Laravel is an amazing framework. However when it comes to writing more complex and bigger applications, I find the default structure laravel comes with cumbersome and not ideal.
The way the default laravel installation comes with is basically all the application logic inside an app/ folder. This works, but I would not suggest going this route. [...] This is what being modular is trying to resolve. You split of the business logic into different parts, which belongs together. If you're into Domain Driven Design, you can consider a module an aggregate.
Each module has its own resources (routes, models, views, etc) combined into a single "drop-in" structure. He provides an example of this structure and compares it to the more traditional Laravel "all-app" structure. The package he links to makes this modular structure simpler and points out that this system is what the AsgardCMS already uses behind the scenes.