/CakePHP 3.8

Namespace Cake\Routing

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Class summary

  • Dispatcher converts Requests into controller actions. It uses the dispatched Request to locate and load the correct controller. If found, the requested action is called on the controller

  • A factory for creating dispatchers with all the desired middleware connected.

  • This abstract class represents a filter to be applied to a dispatcher cycle. It acts as an event listener with the ability to alter the request or response as needed before it is handled by a controller or after the response body has already been built.

  • Provides features for building routes inside scopes.

  • Parses the request URL into controller, action, and parameters. Uses the connected routes to match the incoming URL string to parameters that will allow the request to be dispatched. Also handles converting parameter lists into URL strings, using the connected routes. Routing allows you to decouple the way the world interacts with your application (URLs) and the implementation (controllers and actions).

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