Route grouping in laravel

Grouping Routes in laravel

Sharing common requirements or attributes, such as middleware or namespaces with large number of routes needs you  to define those attributes on each individual route.Route groups allow you to share those attributes using Route::group method.You can pass these attribute as first argument of method.

Examples:-
Using Middleware in Route

Route::group(['middleware' => 'auth'], function () {
Route::get('/foo', function () {
// Uses Auth Middleware
});

Route::get('/foo/bar', function () {
// Uses Auth Middleware
});
});

Using Namespaces in Route


Route::group(['namespace' => 'Admin'], function()
{
// Controllers Within The "AppHttpControllersAdmin" Namespace

Route::group(['namespace' => 'User'], function()
{
// Controllers Within The "AppHttpControllersAdminUser" Namespace
});
});

Using Sub-Domain Routing


Route::group(['domain' => '{account}.xyz.com'], function () {
Route::get('user/{id}', function ($account_name, $id) {
//
});
});

Route Prefixes


Route::group(['prefix' => 'admins'], function () {
Route::get('users', function () {
// Matches The "/admins/users" URL
});
});

You can read more about routing from Routing in Laravel

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