Laravel - Redirections


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Named route is used to give specific name to a route. The name can be assigned using the as array key.

Route::get('user/profile', ['as' => 'profile', function () {
   //
}]);

Note − Here, we have given the name profile to a route user/profile.

Redirecting to Named Routes

Example

Observe the following example to understand more about Redirecting to named routes −

Step 1 − Create a view called test.php and save it at

resources/views/test.php.

<html>
   <body>
      <h1>Example of Redirecting to Named Routes</h1>
   </body>
</html>

Step 2 − In routes.php, we have set up the route for test.php file. We have renamed it to testing. We have also set up another route redirect which will redirect the request to the named route testing.

app/Http/routes.php

Route::get('/test', ['as'=>'testing',function(){
   return view('test2');
}]);

Route::get('redirect',function(){
   return redirect()->route('testing');
});

Step 3 − Visit the following URL to test the named route example.

http://localhost:8000/redirect

Step 4 − After execution of the above URL, you will be redirected to http://localhost:8000/test as we are redirecting to the named route testing.

Step 5 − After successful execution of the URL, you will receive the following output −

Virat Gandhi

Redirecting to Controller Actions

Not only named route but we can also redirect to controller actions. We need to simply pass the controller and name of the action to the action method as shown in the following example. If you want to pass a parameter, you can pass it as the second argument of the action method.

return redirect()->action(‘NameOfController@methodName’,[parameters]);

Example

Step 1 − Execute the following command to create a controller called RedirectController.

php artisan make:controller RedirectController --plain

Step 2 − After successful execution, you will receive the following output −

Redirect Controller

Step 3 − Copy the following code to file

app/Http/Controllers/RedirectController.php.

app/Http/Controllers/RedirectController.php

<?php

namespace App\Http\Controllers;

use Illuminate\Http\Request;
use App\Http\Requests;
use App\Http\Controllers\Controller;

class RedirectController extends Controller {
   public function index(){
      echo "Redirecting to controller's action.";
   }
}

Step 4 − Add the following lines in app/Http/routes.php.

app/Http/routes.php

Route::get('rr','RedirectController@index');
Route::get('/redirectcontroller',function(){
   return redirect()->action('RedirectController@index');
});

Step 5 − Visit the following URL to test the example.

http://localhost:8000/redirectcontroller

Step 6 − The output will appear as shown in the following image.

RedirectController.jpg

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