All of this work speeds up an important part of the request life cycle, the routing. In Laravel, the routing class is located inside the
<?php namespace Illuminate\Routing; use Closure; use LogicException; use ReflectionFunction; use Illuminate\Http\Request; use Illuminate\Container\Container; use Illuminate\Routing\Matching\UriValidator; use Illuminate\Routing\Matching\HostValidator; use Illuminate\Routing\Matching\MethodValidator; use Illuminate\Routing\Matching\SchemeValidator; use Symfony\Component\Routing\Route as SymfonyRoute; use Illuminate\Http\Exception\HttpResponseException; use Symfony\Component\HttpKernel\Exception\NotFoundHttpException;
use operators, it is clear that the routing mechanism consists of quite a few classes. The most important line is as follows:
use Symfony\Component\Routing\Route as SymfonyRoute;
Laravel uses Symfony’s routing class. However, a new routing package written by Nikita Popov has emerged.
FastRoute is a fast request router that is faster than other routing packages and addresses some of the issues of the existing routing packages. This component is one of the major advantages of the of the Lumen microframework