Silex-Routing provides advanced routing for Silex through connecting symfony-cmf/Routing with Silex.

v2.0.0 2016-06-06 13:15 UTC


Serviceprovider for advanced and dynamic routing in Silex

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Silex-Routing allows you to define custom and multiple routers for Silex. This is especially useful when working with dynamic routes, which are not known while writing the code (e.g. URLs stored in database).

This implementation works for both, matching and generating of URLs.

The advanced routing is achieved by connecting Silex with symfony-cmf/Routing.


The recommended way to install Silex-Routing is through composer. Just create a composer.json file and run the php composer.phar install command to install it:

    "require": {
        "project-a/silex-routing": "dev-master"

Alternatively, you can download the file and extract it.

Upgrade from 1.0 to 2.0

Version 2 is not backward compatible with version 1. Make sure to carefully read the changelog.


Using Silex-Routing is very simple. All you need to do is register the provided RoutingServiceProvider and afterwards add all your custom routers (RouterInterface).

$app = new \Silex\Application();
$app->register(new \ChiliLabs\Silex\Provider\RoutingServiceProvider());

$router2 = new \Acme\Silex\MySpecialRouter();

There is a router in this repository named SilexRouter, that handles the default routing behavior of Silex. Registering this router ensures, that all routes added through the main Silex application still work. (This router is not registered by default.)

Since version 2.0 of project-a/silex-routing the url generation is included in the RoutingServiceProvider and no special UrlGeneratorServiceProvider is needed anymore.


To run the test suite, you need composer.

$ php composer.phar install --dev
$ phpunit


Silex-Routing is licensed under the MIT license.