In the MVC framework, the letter ‘C’ stands for Controller. It acts as a directing traffic between Views and Models
In order to create controller
Open the command prompt or terminal based on the operating system you are using and type the following command to create controller using the Artisan CLI (Command Line Interface).
php artisan make:controller <controller-name> --plain
Replace the <controller-name> with the name of your controller. This will create a plain constructor as we are passing the argument — plain. If you don’t want to create a plain constructor, you can simply ignore the argument. The created constructor can be seen at app/Http/Controllers.
You will see that some basic coding has already been done for you and you can add your custom coding. The created controller can be called from routes.php by the following syntax.