How to rename http directory 'controller' in laravel?

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by daisha , in category: PHP Frameworks , 19 days ago

How to rename http directory 'controller' in laravel?

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by larissa , 18 days ago

@daisha 

To rename the "controller" directory in a Laravel project, you can follow these steps:

  1. Open your Laravel project in a code editor or IDE.
  2. Locate the "app" directory in the root of your project.
  3. Inside the "app" directory, you will find a folder named "Http". This is the folder that contains the controllers.
  4. Rename the "Http" folder to your desired name. For example, you can rename it to "Handlers".
  5. Next, update the namespace of the controllers in the new directory. Open each controller file and update the namespace at the top of the file to reflect the new directory structure. For example, change namespace AppHttpControllers; to namespace AppHandlers;.
  6. If you are using route model binding or referencing controllers in other parts of your application, make sure to update those references as well.
  7. Finally, clear the Laravel cache by running the command php artisan cache:clear.


After following these steps, your controllers directory should be successfully renamed in your Laravel project.