Introduction to Groups and Parameterized Routes in Laravel

Learn about the implementation of route grouping, parameter passing, and various route-controller connection methods.

Route attachment with controllers

In order to follow the principles of pure MVC, Laravel allows developers to attach incoming requests to the controller.

This attachment creates separation, which eventually promotes logic modularity and reusability. In the example, a route is mapping a URL request ('check_logic') to the controller named firstController with a function named test.

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