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Is hook_boot() hook removed from drupal 8?

If yes then what is alternative method which can be used instead?

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You can see here

In Drupal 8 hook_boot() was removed since the same results can be achieved with other ways, for example:

  • A module that needs to interrupt the request very early based on certain conditions can use an event listener (see #1794754: Convert ban_boot() to an event listener) (Note that modules are loaded by this stage unlike in Drupal 7.)
  • A module that needs to run on cached pages should prompt its users to add code in settings.php
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    or you can use a middle ware, as commented there.
    – Berdir
    Commented Aug 17, 2016 at 18:34

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