How to Structure route in Laravel Project?

Updated 5 February 2020

For Middleware

To assign middleware to all routes within a group, you can use the middleware method before defining the group. Middleware executes in the order as listed in the array:


Subdomain Routing

Route groups can also be used to handle subdomain routing. Subdomains may be assigned route parameters just like route URIs, allowing you to capture a portion of the subdomain for usage in your route or controller. The subdomain may be specified by calling the domain method before defining the group:

Rate Limiting

Laravel includes a middleware to rate limit access to routes within your application. To get a start, assign the throttle middleware to a route or a group of routes. The throttle middleware accepts two parameters that determine the maximum number of requests that can be made in a given number of minutes. For example, let’s specify that an authenticated user may access the following group of routes 60 times per minute:

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