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SitePoint PHP Blog:
Fast PHP Routing with PHRoute
August 08, 2014 @ 12:16:28

The SitePoint PHP blog has a new post by Francesco Malatesta showing how to use the PHPRoute routing library to handle routing of requests quickly and easily.

PHRoute is an interesting package: it's a fast regular expression based router that you can easily implement in small to medium projects. However, it's not just very fast: there are filters, filter groups and named routes. You can also use a basic controllers system if things are getting bigger. That said, today we will see how to use it and how to implement its features in a sample project. Also, we are going to see what's under the hood: PHRoute is a result of many experiments and tests by different people.

Once installed (via Composer), he shows you how to use it in a simple project that manages book information, including authors and categories. He includes some code examples showing how to set up some simple routes and handle the execution of a closure to fulfill the request. He also shows how to work with parameters in routes, using different verbs, working with filters and working with route grouping. The post ends with a look at using controllers with the routing, making it easier to create more modular architectures.

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Link: http://www.sitepoint.com/fast-php-routing-phroute/

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