How to namespace a Laravel route group?

Laravel: How to namespace a Laravel route group?

You can add a namespace for all items within a route group. If your controller (or controllers) are in app/Http/Controllers/AdminPanel then you could use the following code in your routes file (web.php):

  1. Route::group(["namespace"=>"AdminPanel"],function() {
  2.     Route::get("/","[email protected]"); // actually calls \App\Http\Controllers\AdminPanel\AdminControllers because of the namespace
  3. });

You can use relative (relative to the normal controller namespace - \App\Http\Controllers) or absolute (\App\Admin\Controllers\)

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