Resource from YAML generation tool
- Tool for easy wireframing of resources for
wyrihaximus/api-clientbased API clients
To install via Composer, use the command below, it will automatically detect the latest version and bind it with
composer require api-clients/resource-generator
YAML format allows for quick and easy generation of resources, empty resources, and resource tests. The spec consists out of two or more files.
First there is the
resource.yml file with the meta data regarding all resources:
yaml_location: yaml # The location where the YAML files for the Resources are api_settings: Example\Client\ApiSettings # API Settings file location src: # SRC path: src/Resources # Path where the resources should be placed namespace: Example\Client\Resource # The namespace for the resources tests: # TESTS path: tests/Resources # Path where the resources tests should be placed namespace: Example\Tests\Client\Resource # The namespace for the tests
YAML is an example resource file:
class: Project # Resource classname properties: # The resource's properties id: int # Simple id field with type int name: string # Any scalar types or classes work plugins: SplObjectStorage # builds: # But differet types `special` properties are supported. type: array # For example the collection expects the type to be an array annotations: # and it uses an annotation name `collection` to collection: Project\Build # transform all items in the array to the specified resource. latestBuild: # Another supported annotation is `nested`, `nested` allows you to type: Project\Build # turn a properties that would otherwise be an array into a annotations: # resource. With it's own properties and methods nested: Project\Build # updated: # Normally all methods are generated to their camelCase property name method: updatedAt # but with `method` you can specify a custom method type: DateTimeInterface # When for example dealing with time, you can specify to return an interface wrap: DateTimeImmutable # while wrapping the value in a concrete class
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