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PHP Route Controller: Register routes and dispatch controller requests

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This class can register routes and dispatch controller requests.

It can register one or more request URL route patterns and assign closure functions to dispatch requests to those URLs.

It can also take an optional closure function to handle errors that happened during the dispatching of a request of a registered route.

The class can process the incoming HTTP request and check if it matches any of the registered routes, so it can dispatch the request to the respective closure function.

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Example

<?php

require_once 'RouteController.php';

/**
 * This is only way of getting instance,
 * as we want to keep all loaded routes into memory
 * we are using Singleton pattern
 */
$router = RouteController::getInstance();

/**
 * Register GET route /test/get that requires parameter name
 *
 * url to this will look like domain/index.php?route=/test/get&name=World
 *
 * output will look like this:
 *
 * GET Method.
 * Hello, World!
 * Copyright ©2015
 *
 * if parameter NAME is not defined, then second closure will be called
 *
 * output would look like:
 *
 * Missing following parameters 'name'
 *
 * Copyright ©2015
 *
 */
$router->registerRoute(RouteController::METHOD_GET, '/test/get', function ($name) {
    echo
'GET Method.<br>';
    echo
"Hello, {$name}!";
}, function (array
$missingParameters) {
    echo
'Missing following parameters \'' . implode("', '", $missingParameters) . '\'<br>';
});


/**
 * This is same as GET method, only this is post but instead of showing message
 * of missing arguments, script will throw RuntimeException
 */
$router->registerRoute(RouteController::METHOD_POST, '/test/post', function ($name) {
    echo
'POST Method.<br>';
    echo
"Hello, {$name}";
});

$router->run(function () {
   
$year = date('Y');

    echo
"<br>Copyright &copy;{$year}";
});


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