Laravel Routes

Getting started


When you create a new project you begin with this page:

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You get the Laravel default routes with auth.

Add

On top

To add route you can use the Add button and select the type of route you want:

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The new created route comes on top of the list:

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After

To add the new route after one in the list use the Add after button:

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Inside

If you have a group route you can insert the new route inside the group with the Add inside button:

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Copy

You can copy a route with the Copy button:

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Cut

You can copy a route with the Cut button:

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Paste

Paste after

You can paste a route copied or cut after a route in the list with the Paste after button:

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Paste inside

If you have a group route you can paste the route inside the group with the Past inside button:

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Move

You can move up or down a route in the list with these buttons:

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Delete

You can delete a route in the list with this button:

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List

You can list the code for the routes with the button List:

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You get the list in a modal and copy it:

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Generate

You can generate the code for the routes with the button Generate:

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You get the code in a modal and copy it:

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Controllers

You can generate the controllers with the button Controllers:

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You get the controllers in a modal:

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Save

If you are logged you can save the routes with the Save button:

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Then you can go to your dashbord :

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And then delete, duplicate, edit as you want.