Version: v0.6.1 - Beta.  We welcome contributors & feedback.  THanks!

URL Router

Automatic Page URLs 

The easiest way to add a web page is to create a .tht file in the pages directory.

The file name is always lowerCamelCase.

The URL for each page is automatically located at the dash-case version of the file name.

File Path                     URL

pages/hello.tht               /hello
pages/helloWorld.tht          /hello-world
pages/misc/myOtherPage.tht    /misc/my-other-page

Custom Routes 

You can create dynamic URLs in your settings/app.jcon file.

Just add an entry to routes, mapping the URL to a file in the pages directory.

Optional parameters can be added in curly braces, but must be an entire sub-path. (e.g. /page/user{id} is not allowed, but /page/{userId} is okay.)

routes: {
    /my-url:          thisPage.tht
    /another/url:     thatOtherPage.tht
    /user/{userId}:   user.tht

ImportantOnly the characters a-z_-./ are allowed in a route. THT will automatically respond with a 404 error page if any other character is present in the URL. Trailing slashes (directory paths) are not allowed.

Route Params

You can access the value of a route param with Input.route(paramName).

// config.jcon
routes: {
    /blog/{articleId}/{articleSlug}: blog.tht

// blog.tht
// URL: /blog/1234/my-favorite-things
//= '1234'

$slug = Web.routeParam('articleSlug');
//= 'My Favorite Things'

Route Methods 

A route can specify a method appended with an @.

This method will be automatically called instead of main.

// e.g. Call editProfile() in `user.tht`
routes: {

    /user/edit: user.tht@editProfile

    // ...

Default Route 

If a route does not exist, and you have a default.tht file in your pages directory, THT will call that file instead of returning a “404 Not Found” error.

You can use this to implement your own fallback routing logic.

// file: default.tht
F main() {

    // URL: /blog/post-123

    $parts = Web.request().url.pathParts;
    //= ['blog', 'post-123']

    if $parts[0] == 'blog' {

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