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I think you can do this in the boot() of your own service provider

App::register('ThirdPartyApp\Providers\ThirdPartyServiceProvider');
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Thanks!

For the Facade I'm not sure how to accomplish this, though i'm not conviced it's a good pratice to use them inside a package anyway.

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facade can also be loaded by the AliasLoader

source: http://fideloper.com/create-facade-laravel-4

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I wouldn't load Facade in the ServiceProvider, but leave that to the user. It might conflict with other aliases. You shouldn't use the Facades in your serviceprovider/package, but just use the App container.

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