AdonisJS / Router
The AdonisJS Router provides routing capabilities for AdonisJS applications. It allows grouping, param validation, sub-domains, middleware assignment, naming, and so much more. It integrates deeply with the HttpContext and Edge.
AdonisJS Quick Tip
Quick tips, lessons, and screencasts covering specific topics on AdonisJS.
Let's Build with AdonisJS
Livestreams where we build applications using AdonisJS 5. Starting out, we'll be rebuilding Adocasts, formerly called Jagr.Co.
Let's Learn AdonisJS 5
Learn AdonisJS 5 in-depth as we step through all the major functionalities of the framework in-depth. Learn about Routing, Controllers, Lucid, Auth, and much more.
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Creating Teams & Setting Default Team
In this stream, we'll be adding the ability to create new teams, set the default team for a user when they switch between teams, and auto-forward users to their default team after login.
The Middleware Mountain
In this lesson, we'll learn about the two different types of middleware, global middleware and registered middleware. We'll also take a deep dive into how they play into the flow of an AdonisJS Request.
Http Method Spoofing & Helper Components in AdonisJS
In this lesson, we'll learn how we can utilize Http Method Spoofing to send PUT, PATCH, and DELETE requests using native HTML forms. We'll then create utility functions to make the implementation cleaner.
Route & Controller Resources
In this lesson, we'll learn what a resource is and how we can quickly and easily define a route resource and handle each resourceful route with a resource controller.
Rebuilding Jagr.Co, Password Reset & Account Locking
In this livestream, we'll add a system to lock users' accounts after so many bad login attempts and we'll also add in the password reset flow.
Handling Routes with Controllers
In this lesson, we'll learn about Controllers and how we can keep our route definitions clean and easy to scan by extracting our route handlers into these Controllers.
Rebuilding Jagr.Co, Username Sign In & Post CRUD
In this livestream we cover adding the ability to sign in using either a username or email address. We also dig into setting up the ability to create, read, update, and delete our posts.
Rebuilding Jagr.Co, Start & Auth
In this livestream we create a new project, install and configure the Lucid and Auth packages. Define our migrations and model schema. And hammer down basic authentication.
Extending the Adonis Router and Route Matchers
In this lesson, we'll be learning how we can add our own chainable methods using macros to the Adonis Router's Route, Route Group, Route Resource, Brisk Route, and Matchers properties.
Multi-File Route Grouping Strategies
In this lesson, we'll discuss strategies you can use to apply multiple files worth of route definitions into a single route group without redefining the route group in each file.
Naming, Grouping, & Prefixing Routes
In this lesson, we'll learn about naming routes and using groups with prefixes to structure our routes and reduce redundancies.
Moving & Organizing Routes
In this lesson, we'll cover various different ways you can structure your routes within your Adonis project, including moving the routes.ts file, and using a module approach
Dynamic Routing with Route Parameters
In this lesson, we go in-depth with route parameters covering optional route params, validation using matchers, casting, wildcards, and a few things to watch out for.
We'll learn how to define routes in Adonis using the Route module. We'll cover defining routes for specific HTTP Methods (like GET, POST, PUT/PATCH, and DELETE), Caveats, and Brisk Routes.
Let's Learn Adonis 5: Controllers, Services, Resources, and Namespacing
In this lesson, we'll be hammering down several Adonis topics in one swoop. We'll be covering Controllers, which in turn allow us to utilize Services, Resources, and Namespacing.
Let's Learn Adonis 5: Routes and Route Handling
In this lesson, we learn the basics of Adonis routing and route handling by covering how to define a route, render a page, respond with JSON, simplify our route definitions, and more.