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Elegant route definitions for Vue Router. Based on Laravel routing system.


You can install this package via yarn (or npm):

$ yarn add vue-routisan


Setting the view resolver

A view resolver is a callback function that should return a Vue component. Setting this allows the view() method to automatically require components for your routes. This saves you from having repetitive imports and requires in the file where you define your routes.

import Route from 'vue-routisan';

Route.setViewResolver((component) => {
    return require('./views/' + component);

Basic usage

The view() method receives the path and component route options respectively. If you defined a view resolver, you may directly specify the name of the component.

Reference: Vue route options

Route.view('/', 'Home');

Redirect routes

The redirect() method receives the path and redirect route options respectively.

Route.redirect('/home', '/');

NOTE: The methods view() and redirect() both return a route instance.

Named routes

The as() method sets the name option on the route instance.

Route.view('/user/profile', 'Profile').as('profile');

Navigation guards

The guard() method sets the beforeEnter option on the route instance.

const auth = (to, from, next) => { /* must be logged in */ };
const admin = (to, from, next) => { /* user must be admin */ };

Route.view('/account/settings', 'Settings').guard(auth);

You may also provide an array of guards. They will be executed in the order they are listed in the array.

This applies not only to the guard() method, you can do this with any of the methods below that can apply navigation guards to routes.

Route.view('/admin/dashboard', 'Dashboard').guard([auth, admin]);

Setting other route options

Use the options() method to set all other options on the route instance.

NOTE: This will not override the path and component options. They will be ignored if you specify them.

Reference: Vue route options

const guest = (to, from, next) => { /* already logged in */ };

Route.view('/auth/signin', 'Signin').options({
    name: 'login',
    beforeEnter: guest

Aliased options

Some options have aliases for consistency with method names.

Route.view('/auth/signup', 'Signup').options({
    as: 'register', // alias for 'name'
    guard: guest    // alias for 'beforeEnter'

Route groups

Allows you to apply route options to multiple routes.{ beforeEnter: guest }, () => {
    Route.view('/auth/password/forgot', 'Forgot');
    Route.view('/auth/password/reset', 'Reset');

NOTE: Navigation guards defined for the group will take priority over guards defined on the individual routes in the callback.

Route prefixes

Add a prefix to the path of each route in a group.{ prefix: '/posts' }, () => {
    Route.view('/', 'PostIndex');        // '/posts'
    Route.view('/create', 'CreatePost'); // '/posts/create'
    Route.view('/edit', 'EditPost');     // '/posts/edit'

A note on slashes

Options such as path, redirect, alias, and prefix are automatically formatted.

'/'                // '/'
'products'         // '/products'
'categories/'      // '/categories'
'shop/checkout'    // '/shop/checkout'
'password/change/' // '/password/change'

Retrieve all routes

Route.all() returns an array of all the defined routes.


import Route from 'vue-routisan';

// define view resolver

// define routes

export default Route.all();


import Vue from 'vue';
import VueRouter from 'vue-router';
import routes from './routes';


export default new VueRouter({
    mode: 'history',
    routes: routes


Please see CONTRIBUTING for details.


Released under the MIT License.