How to build industry-based application speed is an important factor you may want to look into. You don’t want your users to discover a lag in your application or the frontend designer to complain about the time your application takes to send back the response to an API end-point.
To optimize or improve the speed of your application you will also need to optimize your route loading. This is very important, especially for applications with many routes.
To optimize route loading, you will need to run the following command while deploying your application to the live server:
php artisan route:cache
This command makes all your hundreds of routes into a single method in a cached file, and thereby boosts the registration performance of hundreds of routes.
Note: You must convert closure routes to controller classes if you want to use route caching.
If you want to clear the route cache, you can run the following command:
php artisan route:clear
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