Contains all events thrown in the HttpKernel component.
The REQUEST event occurs at the very beginning of request dispatching.
This event allows you to create a response for a request before any other code in the framework is executed.
The EXCEPTION event occurs when an uncaught exception appears.
This event allows you to create a response for a thrown exception or to modify the thrown exception.
The VIEW event occurs when the return value of a controller is not a Response instance.
This event allows you to create a response for the return value of the controller.
The CONTROLLER event occurs once a controller was found for handling a request.
This event allows you to change the controller that will handle the request.
The CONTROLLER_ARGUMENTS event occurs once controller arguments have been resolved.
This event allows you to change the arguments that will be passed to the controller.
The RESPONSE event occurs once a response was created for replying to a request.
This event allows you to modify or replace the response that will be replied.
The TERMINATE event occurs once a response was sent.
This event allows you to run expensive post-response jobs.
The FINISH_REQUEST event occurs when a response was generated for a request.
This event allows you to reset the global and environmental state of the application, when it was changed during the request.
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