If your Slim Framework application has a route that matches the current HTTP request URI but NOT the HTTP request method, the application invokes its Not Allowed handler and returns a
HTTP/1.1 405 Not Allowed response to the HTTP client.
Each Slim Framework application has a default Not Allowed handler. This handler sets the Response status to
405, it sets the content type to
text/html, it adds a
Allowed: HTTP header with a comma-delimited list of allowed HTTP methods, and it writes a simple explanation to the Response body.
A Slim Framework application’s Not Allowed handler is a Pimple service. You can substitute your own Not Allowed handler by defining a custom Pimple factory method with the application container.
N.B Check out Not Found docs for pre-slim creation method using a new instance of
In this example, we define a new
notAllowedHandler factory that returns a callable. The returned callable accepts three arguments:
The callable MUST return an appropriate