aqilix/zf3-apigilty-oauth2

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Start API Development using ZF3, Apigility with OAuth2 support

1.0.2 2017-02-13 17:21 UTC

README

Requirements

Please see the composer.json file.

Installation

Via Composer (create-project)

You can use the create-project command from Composer to create the project in one go (you need to install composer):

$ curl -s https://getcomposer.org/installer | php -- --filename=composer
$ ./composer create-project -sdev aqilix/zf3-apigilty-oauth2 path/to/install

Via Git (clone)

First, clone the repository:

# git clone https://github.com/aqilix/zf3-apigilty-oauth2.git # optionally, specify the directory in which to clone
$ cd path/to/install

I have prepare docker-compose.yml, so you can use docker-compose to build this application.

docker-compose up -d

Install dependencies via the container:

docker-compose run api composer install

Manipulate dev mode from the container:

docker-compose run api composer development-enable
docker-compose run api composer development-status

Creating Database

docker-compose run api composer development-db-create

Importing Data Fixtures

docker-compose run api composer development-db-data-fixture-import

Or if you don't want to use Docker, you need to use Composer to install dependencies. Assuming you already have Composer:

$ ./composer install

Configuration

There are several configuration files in config/autoload/*.local.php.dist need to be configured to use this application. And please remove .dist extension on the files. Example:

mv config/autoload/local.php.dist config/autoload/local.php

Database Configuration

For database configuration, the related files need to be configured are:

Email Transport Configuration

To configure mail transport, please modify this file mailtransport.local.php.dist. For this example, I use Mailgun you can use another mail service by configure host, username and password.

Email Configuration

At the moment, there are 3 events send emails from this application.

  • Signup (Welcome Email)
  • Account Activated
  • Request Reset Password

You can configure the From, Sender Name, and Subject from this file user.local.php.dist

Project Configuration

For project configuration, there are 2 sections configuration. Those are sites and php_process. I think you just need to configure sites section to adjust with url on your site. And php_process is purposed to configure cli.

CORS Configuration

You can configure zfr-cors on this file zfr_cors.local.php.dist

Run Application

After configure all configs, you can access this application from browser http://localhost:8080 (I configure this container using port 8080).

If you have set this as dev mode you will see Apigility Admin on this url http://localhost:8080/apigility/ui#/

API Testing

I use Swagger for built in API Documentation. You can see it on dev mode by access this URL http://localhost:8080/apigility/swagger. You also can try the API Resources by using this Swagger