HTTP kernel module that runs the handler for the request's route.
In most cases, this is the controller method defined by the route.
By default, if a kernel module interrupts the request flow to send a response (for example, if an error occurs), subsequent modules are skipped.
However, a module can override this property to be true and its logic will still be applied, even after a module has interrupted the request flow.
The global application instance.
Get the global Application.
Given a response object, write the response to the request in the appropriate format.
Get the global Container.
Get the method with the given name from this class, bound to this class.
make() method on the global container.
Returns true if the given module should be applied to the incoming request.