How to use subdomains as parameters in your routes (or in your web.php file)

Laravel: How to use subdomains as parameters in your routes (or in your web.php file)

You can use subdomains in your routes. You can either have certain routes for certain subdomains, or pass the subdomain as a parameter in the routing.

  1. Route::domain('{account}.example.com')->group(function () {
  2.     Route::get('user/{id}', function ($account, $id) {
  3.         //
  4.     });
  5. });

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