Laravel is known for its powerful and developer-friendly router. The router allows you to configure all the URL endpoints of your app with a concise syntax and all in one place.
In this Coffee Break Course, Envato Tuts+ instructor Matthew Machuga will take you on a deep dive through the implementation of Laravel Router. You will see how it works, and stop to analyze some of the decisions and nuances in its design. You'll also get a chance to see some of the awesome features that have been recently added to it.
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1. How It Works: Laravel Router
[SOUND] The router has been the core of the Laravel framework since quite literally the beginning. It's certainly changed a lot over the years, and it's more powerful than ever. I'm Matt Machuga. And in this video, I'm gonna take you on a deep dive of how the router works, what you should know about the flow of an ACDP request, and what magic lies behind the router's more interesting features.