Mayd reserves several prefix namespaces, that must not be used in the project.
Additionally all one-character top level slugs can be reserved from Mayd at any time. You should always check the upgrade docs to learn about new reserved prefixes.
The currently reserved prefixes are:
Default Permission Restrictions
The general Mayd backend prefix
Logged in Mayd users only
The general Mayd API prefix
Frontend of the file browser
Short link prefix
You can add any other prefix you like, but you should avoid using prefixes that might be confused with locales.
You should always include a table listing all custom URL prefixes (+ their usage) of your app in your project’s README. You should also add a link to this exact section, so that it’s clear that your app effectively uses both lists (the prefixes from Mayd, and the ones from your project).
- Backend URLs and API-URLs must always be English.
- Page Type URLs must always be translated in all supported languages (using Symfony’s internationalized routing).
- There should be no other URLs besides: backend, frontend and API