Laravel Routes Explorer

  1. Installation
    1. Add Package
    2. Composer Update
    3. Add Service Provider
    4. Publish Vendor
  2. Customization
    1. Customize Routes
    2. Customize View
    3. Change Configuration View
  3. Security
  4. Track Api calls count
    1. Publish Migration
    2. Migrate database
    3. Change Configuration file

Explore your laravel application routes with Graphical user interface with route name, url & methods. Also track your application api endpoints call counts.

Installation

Add Package

Add following package into your composer.json.


"require": {
    "infyomlabs/routes-explorer": "dev-master"
}  

Composer Update

After adding packages, run the following command:

composer update

Add Service Provider

Add following service provider into your providers array in config/app.php


\InfyOm\RoutesExplorer\RoutesExplorerServiceProvider::class,

Publish Vendor

Run the following command:

php artisan vendor:publish

Customization

Customize Routes

You can customize your route to anything other than routes-explorer.

Open config/infyom/routes_explorer.php.

Change the value of route parameter to your favorite one.

Customize View

Publish view file by,

php artisan vendor:publish --tag=views

It will publish view file to resources/views/routes/routes.php. Customize it the way you want.

Change Configuration View

Change view parameter in config/infyom/routes_explorer.php to routes.routes

Security

Of course, you need to secure this route routes-explorer in the production environment.

You can find option enable_explorer into config/infyom/routes_explorer.php and simply make it false while in production environment directly or via your .env file.

Track Api calls count

By the time, our project grows with lots of routes and api endpoints. And it's really difficult to figure out which routes are most used or used or not used at all.

In some cases, we also want to know, which routes are frequently called and we want to cache those data. Other lots of real life practical problems and use cases can be there with our routes.

To start tracking api calls, you need to perform following steps:

Publish Migration

Run the following command to publish migration,

php artisan vendor:publish --tag=migrations

It will publish migration file into database/migrations.

Migrate database

Migrate your database by,

php artisan migrate

It will create one new table in database called api_calls_count.

Change Configuration file

Change config file config/infyom/routes_explorer.php & Make collections.api_calls_count => true.

That's all. Checkout your routes and one new column count will be added into datatable.