RedirectionIO Proxy for Symfony
[DEPRECATED]: This library is deprecated and will not be maintained anymore. It does not work with the current version of the redirection.io agent, but only with the legacy 1.x branch. We advise you to migrate and use one of the recommended integrations.
Symfony Proxy works in combination with redirection.io.
If you don't know what is redirection.io, take the time to make a quick tour on the website.
Before using it, you need:
- a redirection.io account. If you don't have an account, please contact us here.
- a configured redirection.io agent on your server. Please follow the installation guide.
Drop us an email to
firstname.lastname@example.org if you need help or have any questions.
composer require redirectionio/proxy-symfony
- Symfony framework-standard-edition:
- Symfony Flex:
# redirection.io Configuration redirection_io: project_key: 'foo:bar' connections: agent_tcp: 'tcp://127.0.0.1:20301' agent_unix: 'unix:///var/run/redirectionio_agent.sock'
The following command dump the configuration reference:
bin/console config:dump-reference redirection_io
The following command dump your configuration:
bin/console debug:config redirection_io
You might want to exclude some requests, because you know they will never have
some redirections on it, or you don't want log them. It's the case for debug
routes for example:
/_error. That's why we ignore
theses request by default thanks to their URL prefixes.
You can add more prefixes to the configuration:
redirection_io: excluded_prefixes: - /admin - /api # ...
redirection_io: excluded_hosts: - api.example.com - admin.example.com # - 127.0.0.1 # ...
If you need to do custom code to ignore some requests, you have to implement
If you are not using the default configuration of Symfony (
autoconfigure=true), you will have to register the service and tag it with