Routing in CakePHP

It is impossible to make to routes in cakePHP?

example:

localhost/web/admin
localhost/web/tutor

Yes you can make route in app/config/routes.php file using Router::connect() pass the name of your route and one array which contains name of the controller and action.

Example:
Router::connect(’/admin’,array(‘controller’=>‘admin’,‘action’=>‘create’);

sorry i mean 2 routes, so it will be:
Router::connect(’/admin’,array(‘controller’=>‘admin’,‘action’=>‘create’);
Router::connect(’/user’,array(‘controller’=>‘admin’,‘action’=>‘create’);

is it possible?

yes you can create any number of routes in that file

but the problem is, when i entered localhost/web/user then i will direcred automatically to localhost/web/admin. why was that happpened?

You have to change controller name or action name or both for different routes

yes i have changed that, this is my routes for admin:

Router::connect(’/admin’, array(‘admin’ => true,‘prefix’ => ‘admin’, ‘controller’ => ‘users’, ‘action’ => ‘login’));
Router::connect(’/admin/:controller’, array(‘action’ => ‘index’, ‘prefix’ => ‘admin’, ‘admin’ => true));
Router::connect(’/admin/:controller/:action/*’, array(‘admin’ => true,‘prefix’ => ‘admin’));

this is for user:

Router::connect(’/user’, array(‘admin’ => true,‘prefix’ => ‘admin’, ‘controller’ => ‘users’, ‘action’ => ‘login_tutor’));
Router::connect(’/user/:controller’, array(‘action’ => ‘index’, ‘prefix’ => ‘admin’, ‘admin’ => true));
Router::connect(’/user/:controller/:action/*’, array(‘admin’ => true,‘prefix’ => ‘admin’));user

I think you must wrap it in prefix calls

can you tell me more? i should make 2 prefix in cake/config/routes.php?

Something like this

Router::prefix('admin', function (RouteBuilder $routes) {
    $routes->connect('/', ['controller' => 'Users', 'action' => 'login']);
    $routes->scope('/user', function (RouteBuilder $routes) {
        $routes->connect('/:controller', ['action' => 'index'], ['routeClass' => 'DashedRoute']);
        $routes->connect('/:controller/:action/*', [], ['routeClass' => 'DashedRoute']);
    });
    $routes->fallbacks(DashedRoute::class);
});

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