ably/ably-php-laravel

Ably realtime REST PHP library wrapper for Laravel

1.0.2 2017-12-20 13:16 UTC

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This is a Laravel wrapper / bridge for the Ably PHP library. It provides a Facade and an injectable AblyService that both act as a wrapper for a singleton Ably instance. The instance gets its parameters automatically from your config file or environment variables. You can also use AblyFactory for creating new Ably instances with (optional) custom parameters.

The PHP client library currently targets the Ably 1.1 client library specification. You can jump to the 'Known Limitations' section to see the features the PHP client library does not yet support or view our client library SDKs feature support matrix to see the list of all the available features.

Known Limitations

Currently, this SDK only supports Ably REST. However, you can use the MQTT adapter to implement Ably's Realtime features using Python.

This SDK is not compatible with some of the Ably features:

Feature
Remember fallback host during failures
MsgPack Binary Protocol

Installation

Add this package to your project, with Composer

composer require ably/ably-php-laravel

Add the service provider in config/app.php to the providers array.

Ably\Laravel\AblyServiceProvider::class

Optionally add a reference to the facade in config/app.php to the aliases array.

'Ably' => Ably\Laravel\Facades\Ably::class

Configuration

After adding the service provider, run the following command to have Laravel set up a configuration file for you.

php artisan vendor:publish

Update the created file config/ably.php with your key or other options. You can also set the key using an environment variable named ABLY_KEY.

Usage

Facade

The facade always returns a singleton instance created with options defined in the config file. Any methods available on an AblyRest class are available through the facade. Note that properties must be called like functions (i.e. Ably::auth()), this is a limitation of PHP.

use Ably;

echo Ably::time(); // 1467884220000
$token = Ably::auth()->requestToken([ 'clientId' => 'client123', ]); // Ably\Models\TokenDetails
Ably::channel('testChannel')->publish('testEvent', 'testPayload', 'testClientId');

Dependency injection

You can use Ably\Laravel\AblyService instead of the facade, which acts as a 1:1 wrapper for an AblyRest singleton instance created with default options. Ably\Laravel\AblyFactory lets you instantiate new AblyRest instances with (optional) custom options.

use Ably\Laravel\AblyService;
use Ably\Laravel\AblyFactory;

function ablyExamples(AblyService $ably, AblyFactory $ablyFactory) {
	echo $ably->time(); // 1467884220000
	echo $ably->auth->clientId; // null
	$tokenDetails = $ably->auth->requestToken([ 'clientId' => 'client123', ]); // Ably\Models\TokenDetails
	$ably->channel('testChannel')->publish('testEvent', 'testPayload', 'testClientId');

	$ablyClient = $ablyFactory->make([ 'tokenDetails' => $tokenDetails ]);
	echo $ablyClient->auth->clientId; // 'client123'
}

Documentation

Visit https://www.ably.io/documentation for a complete API reference and more examples.

Release Process

This library uses semantic versioning. For each release, the following needs to be done:

License

Copyright (c) 2017 Ably Real-time Ltd, Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0. Refer to LICENSE for the license terms.