We'll learn what services are. We'll then discuss three different ways we can use them within our AdonisJS application, including static, non-static, and singleton services.
In this series, we'll be introducing and covering AdonisJS Bouncer, AdonisJS' first-party authorization package.
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.
In this lesson, we'll be focusing specifically on generating URLs from our route definitions. We'll cover generating generic URLs, signed URLs, redirect URLs, and more.
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.
In this lesson, we'll learn about naming routes and using groups with prefixes to structure our routes and reduce redundancies.
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
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.
The HttpContext object contains unique information about individual requests our application receives. In this lesson, we'll cover what it is, how it's passed, and how we can mutate it.