Just another router

0.3.2 2014-06-07 13:30 UTC

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Last update: 2020-09-29 18:11:35 UTC



A simple router that matches to defined controller/classes and sends along parameters.


    use Enpere\Router\Router;
    require 'vendor/autoload.php';
    $route = new Router();
    $route->get('/users', 'UsersController@index');
    $route->get('/users/{id}', 'UsersController@show');
    $route->post('/users', 'UsersController@create');
    $route->put('/users', 'UsersController@update');
    $route->delete('/users/{id}', 'UsersController@destroy');
    echo $route->run();

Route to Controller or Closure

You can point your routes either to a Controller and a method or a closure.

To controller

     $route->get('/users', 'UsersController@index');

To Closure

     $route->get('/users/{id}', function($id) {
        echo $id;


There are three predefined slugs that you can use.

  * {id} matches digits.
  * {name} matches characters a-z, A-Z.
  * {slug} This will eat anything.

You can also define your own regex

  * $route->get('/users/([\d{1,3}])', 'UsersController@show');

You can access the parameters in the called class

    class UsersController {
      public function show($id, $name) {
        echo "$id with a $name";


Whenever a route is not found, we will throw a NotFoundException

List routes

You need to pass true (defaults to false) to the constructor of Router. new Router(true)

After that you can access the list by appending ?routes


that will display all your registered routes.

Known issues

  • Query string is matched agains the routes. Fixed in v0.1a