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# Resource routes

In MoonShine, the resource has many routes registered for various actions:

$this->route('index'); // GET|HEAD - list of items
$this->route('create'); // GET|HEAD - create a new item
$this->route('store'); // POST - save a new item
$this->route('edit', $resourceItem); // GET|HEAD - edit an item
$this->route('update', $resourceItem); // PUT|PATCH - save an item
$this->route('destroy', $resourceItem); // DELETE - delete an item
$this->route('show', $resourceItem); // GET|HEAD - view an item
$this->route('query-tag', $queryTag); // GET|HEAD - filtered list of items by query filter / tag
$this->route('update-column', $resourceItem); // PUT - save an item`s field

# Custom routes

Through the resolveRoutes() method, you can add or override default routes.

namespace App\MoonShine\Resources;
use App\Models\Post;
use MoonShine\Resources\Resource;
class PostResource extends Resource
public static string $model = Post::class;
// ...
public function resolveRoutes(): void
Route::prefix('resource')->group(function (): void {
Route::get("{$this->uriKey()}/restore/{resourceItem}", function (Post $item) {
return redirect()->back();
// ...

To access a route outside of a resource, use (new Resource())->route('index').