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Router

The instance is stored in the global "Router" class.

Routes

Router::addRoute($request, $location)

This should be called from the router configuration (in "config/router.php"). Typically this is used to route the empty requested URL "/" to a specific location. It does not update the URL in the address bar. If you do want to update the URL in the address bar you should use the "redirect" function.

Request

Router::getRequest()

With this call you can read the requested URL. Normally this is the same as "$_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']".

URL

Router::getUrl()

With this call you can find the effective routed URL. This does not contain parameters and/or trailing slashes. It does also show the redirected target, not the entered URL.

Router::getBaseUrl()

With this call you can find the routed URL prefix. When not loaded in a subdirectory this should be "/". It can be configured in the "config/config.php" file in the "Router" section.

View

Router::getView()

This gets the path to the view file that is loaded. For example on this page it returns: "pages/docs/router(docs).phtml".

Action

Router::getAction()

This gets the path to the action file that is loaded. For example on this page it returns: false.

Template

Router::getTemplateView()

This gets the path to the template view file that is loaded. For example on this page it returns: "templates/docs.phtml".

Router::getTemplateAction()

This gets the path to the template action file that is loaded. For example on this page it returns: false.

Redirect

Router::redirect($url)

This "redirect" function redirects directly to another URL.

JSON

Router::json($object)

This "json" function outputs a JSON object as a full response.

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