Hydrator wrapping ocramius/generated-hydrator specifically for api clients
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- php: ^7.3
- api-clients/command-bus: ^2.0
- api-clients/resource: ^3.0.1
- doctrine/annotations: ^1.2
- doctrine/cache: ^1.6
- ocramius/generated-hydrator: ^3.0 || ^2.0
- react/promise: ^2.7
- wyrihaximus/doctrine-annotation-autoloader: ^1.0
- wyrihaximus/ticking-promise: ^2 || ^1.6
- api-clients/test-utilities: ^5.4
- phpbench/phpbench: ^0.16 || ^0.17
This package is auto-updated.
Last update: 2023-03-01 00:10:27 UTC
In a nutshell this package is a wrapper around
ocramius/generated-hydrator adding some annotations for nesting, collections, and renaming properties.
To install via Composer, use the command below, it will automatically detect the latest version and bind it with
composer require api-clients/hydrator
In order to ensure the hydrator doesn't block the hydrator comes with a
preheat method. Give it a the path of a namespace and the namespace it self, and it will create a hydrator for each resource it finds plus read the annotations for the given resource. This ensures all disk IO and heavy CPU operations have been completed before using the hydrator. When using the hydrator in async code the hydrator should, preferable, be created before running the loop.
Before using the Hydrator it has to be set up, note that using this method of setting up it will also preheat the hydrator.
$loop = LoopFactory::create(); $commandBus = new CommandBus(); // Implementation of ApiClients\Tools\CommandBus\CommandBusInterface $options = ; // Options as described below $hydrator = Factory::create($loop, $commandBus, $options);
The hydrator offers two methods of hydrating. The first is a method that accepts FQCN (Fully Qualified Class Name), for example
Emoji::class for short, and the JSON holding the resource contents.
$resource = $hydrator->hydrateFQCN(Emoji::class, $json);
Or when you've configured
Options::NAMESPACE_SUFFIX you can do the same with the
hydrate method, which internally uses
$resource = $hydrator->hydrate('Emoji', $json);
A resource can also be broken down again into JSON with the hydrator.
$json = $hydrator->extractFQCN(Emoji::class, $resource);
Same magic as the
hydrate method applies to the
extract method, this does exactly the same as
Options::NAMESPACE_SUFFIX are configured.
$json = $hydrator->extract('Emoji', $resource);
Supply an array with extra annotations in the format key => annotation, value => handler.
Cache directory for resource annotations.
Base namespace where the resources reside, required.
Filesystem path to the base namespace where the resources reside, required.
Namespaces suffix, useful for different types of the same resource.
Cache directory for resource generated resources.
Namespace for generated resources.
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Copyright (c) 2017 Cees-Jan Kiewiet
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