sleeping-owl / route-priority by sleeping-owl

Package to add priority to Laravel routes
Package Data
Maintainer Username: sleeping-owl
Maintainer Contact: (Sleeping Owl)
Package Create Date: 2015-02-03
Package Last Update: 2015-02-05
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Language: PHP
License: MIT
Last Refreshed: 2021-04-29 15:03:31
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Total Downloads: 240
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Total Stars: 5
Total Watchers: 1
Total Forks: 5
Total Open Issues: 1

Package to add priority to Laravel routes

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Add sleeping-owl/route-priority to composer.json.

"sleeping-owl/route-priority": "1.*"

Run composer update to pull down the latest version of the package. Now open up app/config/app.php and add the service provider to your providers array.

'providers' => array(

That's it. You now have some enhanced functionality available to your routes.


Now you can change your routes priority:

Route::get('my-route', ['uses' => 'MyController@myAction'])->setPriority(100);

Priority is integer value.

Default Priority

Default priority is 50 - already registered routes count. So if you want higher priority - use values from 50 and above, lower priority - 10 and below.


Route::get('/user/{wildcard}', …);
Route::get('/user/settings', …);

This code will register two routes. With default Laravel behaviour second route will not work. Just add priority to the first route to fix the error:

Route::get('/user/{wildcard}', …)->setPriority(0);
Route::get('/user/settings', …);

Second route now has higher priority and will work.

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Copyright and License

Package was written by Sleeping Owl for the Laravel framework and is released under the MIT License. See the LICENSE file for details.