archtechx/enums

Helpers for making PHP enums more lovable.

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README

A collection of enum helpers for PHP.

You can read more about the original idea on Twitter.

Installation

PHP 8.1+ is required.

composer require archtechx/enums

Usage

InvokableCases

This helper lets you get the value of a backed enum, or the name of a pure enum, by "invoking" it — either statically (MyEnum::FOO() instead of MyEnum::FOO), or as an instance ($enum()).

That way, you can use enums as array keys:

'statuses' => [
    TaskStatus::INCOMPLETE() => ['some configuration'],
    TaskStatus::COMPLETED() => ['some configuration'],
],

Or access the underlying primitives for any other use cases:

public function updateStatus(int $status): void;

$task->updateStatus(TaskStatus::COMPLETED());

The main point: this is all without having to append ->value to everything.

This approach also has decent IDE support. You get autosuggestions while typing, and then you just append ():

MyEnum::FOO; // => MyEnum instance
MyEnum::FOO(); // => 1

Apply the trait on your enum

use ArchTech\Enums\InvokableCases;

enum TaskStatus: int
{
    use InvokableCases;

    case INCOMPLETE = 0;
    case COMPLETED = 1;
    case CANCELED = 2;
}

enum Role
{
    use InvokableCases;

    case ADMINISTRATOR;
    case SUBSCRIBER;
    case GUEST;
}

Use static calls to get the primitive value

TaskStatus::INCOMPLETE(); // 0
TaskStatus::COMPLETED(); // 1
TaskStatus::CANCELED(); // 2
Role::ADMINISTRATOR(); // 'ADMINISTRATOR'
Role::SUBSCRIBER(); // 'SUBSCRIBER'
Role::GUEST(); // 'GUEST'

Invoke instances to get the primitive value

public function updateStatus(TaskStatus $status, Role $role)
{
    $this->record->setStatus($status(), $role());
}

Names

This helper returns a list of case names in the enum.

Apply the trait on your enum

use ArchTech\Enums\Names;

enum TaskStatus: int
{
    use Names;

    case INCOMPLETE = 0;
    case COMPLETED = 1;
    case CANCELED = 2;
}

enum Role
{
    use Names;

    case ADMINISTRATOR;
    case SUBSCRIBER;
    case GUEST;
}

Use the names() method

TaskStatus::names(); // ['INCOMPLETE', 'COMPLETED', 'CANCELED']
Role::names(); // ['ADMINISTRATOR', 'SUBSCRIBER', 'GUEST']

Values

This helper returns a list of case values for backed enums, or a list of case names for pure enums (making this functionally equivalent to ::names() for pure Enums)

Apply the trait on your enum

use ArchTech\Enums\Values;

enum TaskStatus: int
{
    use Values;

    case INCOMPLETE = 0;
    case COMPLETED = 1;
    case CANCELED = 2;
}

enum Role
{
    use Values;

    case ADMINISTRATOR;
    case SUBSCRIBER;
    case GUEST;
}

Use the values() method

TaskStatus::values(); // [0, 1, 2]
Role::values(); // ['ADMINISTRATOR', 'SUBSCRIBER', 'GUEST']

Options

This helper returns an associative array of case names and values for backed enums, or a list of names for pure enums (making this functionally equivalent to ::names() for pure Enums).

Apply the trait on your enum

use ArchTech\Enums\Options;

enum TaskStatus: int
{
    use Options;

    case INCOMPLETE = 0;
    case COMPLETED = 1;
    case CANCELED = 2;
}

enum Role
{
    use Options;

    case ADMINISTRATOR;
    case SUBSCRIBER;
    case GUEST;
}

Use the options() method

TaskStatus::options(); // ['INCOMPLETE' => 0, 'COMPLETED' => 1, 'CANCELED' => 2]
Role::options(); // ['ADMINISTRATOR', 'SUBSCRIBER', 'GUEST']

stringOptions()

The trait also adds the stringOptions() method that can be used for generating convenient string representations of your enum options:

// First argument is the callback, second argument is glue
// returns "INCOMPLETE => 0, COMPLETED => 1, CANCELED => 2"
TaskStatus::stringOptions(fn ($name, $value) => "$name => $value", ', ');

For pure enums (non-backed), the name is used in place of $value (meaning that both $name and $value are the same).

Both arguments for this method are optional, the glue defaults to \n and the callback defaults to generating HTML <option> tags:

// <option value="0">Incomplete</option>
// <option value="1">Completed</option>
// <option value="2">Canceled</option>
TaskStatus::stringOptions(); // backed enum

// <option value="ADMINISTRATOR">Administrator</option>
// <option value="Subscriber">Subscriber</option>
// <option value="GUEST">Guest</option>
Role::stringOptions(); // pure enum

From

This helper adds from() and tryFrom() to pure enums, and adds fromName() and tryFromName() to all enums.

Important Notes:

  • BackedEnum instances already implement their own from() and tryFrom() methods, which will not be overridden by this trait. Attempting to override those methods in a BackedEnum causes a fatal error.
  • Pure enums only have named cases and not values, so the from() and tryFrom() methods are functionally equivalent to fromName() and tryFromName()

Apply the trait on your enum

use ArchTech\Enums\From;

enum TaskStatus: int
{
    use From;

    case INCOMPLETE = 0;
    case COMPLETED = 1;
    case CANCELED = 2;
}

enum Role
{
    use From;

    case ADMINISTRATOR;
    case SUBSCRIBER;
    case GUEST;
}

Use the from() method

Role::from('ADMINISTRATOR'); // Role::ADMINISTRATOR
Role::from('NOBODY'); // Error: ValueError

Use the tryFrom() method

Role::tryFrom('GUEST'); // Role::GUEST
Role::tryFrom('NEVER'); // null

Use the fromName() method

TaskStatus::fromName('INCOMPLETE'); // TaskStatus::INCOMPLETE
TaskStatus::fromName('MISSING'); // Error: ValueError
Role::fromName('SUBSCRIBER'); // Role::SUBSCRIBER
Role::fromName('HACKER'); // Error: ValueError

Use the tryFromName() method

TaskStatus::tryFromName('COMPLETED'); // TaskStatus::COMPLETED
TaskStatus::tryFromName('NOTHING'); // null
Role::tryFromName('GUEST'); // Role::GUEST
Role::tryFromName('TESTER'); // null

Metadata

This trait lets you add metadata to enum cases.

Apply the trait on your enum

use ArchTech\Enums\Metadata;
use ArchTech\Enums\Meta\Meta;
use App\Enums\MetaProperties\{Description, Color};

#[Meta(Description::class, Color::class)]
enum TaskStatus: int
{
    use Metadata;

    #[Description('Incomplete Task')] #[Color('red')]
    case INCOMPLETE = 0;

    #[Description('Completed Task')] #[Color('green')]
    case COMPLETED = 1;

    #[Description('Canceled Task')] #[Color('gray')]
    case CANCELED = 2;
}

Explanation:

  • Description and Color are userland class attributes — meta properties
  • The #[Meta] call enables those two meta properties on the enum
  • Each case must have a defined description & color (in this example)

Access the metadata

TaskStatus::INCOMPLETE->description(); // 'Incomplete Task'
TaskStatus::COMPLETED->color(); // 'green'

Creating meta properties

Each meta property (= attribute used on a case) needs to exist as a class.

#[Attribute]
class Color extends MetaProperty {}

#[Attribute]
class Description extends MetaProperty {}

Inside the class, you can customize a few things. For instance, you may want to use a different method name than the one derived from the class name (Description becomes description() by default). To do that, override the method() method on the meta property:

#[Attribute]
class Description extends MetaProperty
{
    public static function method(): string
    {
        return 'note';
    }
}

With the code above, the description of a case will be accessible as TaskStatus::INCOMPLETE->note().

Another thing you can customize is the passed value. For instance, to wrap a color name like text-{$color}-500, you'd add the following transform() method:

#[Attribute]
class Color extends MetaProperty
{
    protected function transform(mixed $value): mixed
    {
        return "text-{$value}-500";
    }
}

And now the returned color will be correctly transformed:

TaskStatus::COMPLETED->color(); // 'text-green-500'

You can also add a defaultValue() method to specify the value a case should have if it doesn't use the meta property. That way you can apply the attribute only on some cases and still get a configurable default value on all other cases.

Use the fromMeta() method

TaskStatus::fromMeta(Color::make('green')); // TaskStatus::COMPLETED
TaskStatus::fromMeta(Color::make('blue')); // Error: ValueError

Use the tryFromMeta() method

TaskStatus::tryFromMeta(Color::make('green')); // TaskStatus::COMPLETED
TaskStatus::tryFromMeta(Color::make('blue')); // null

Recommendation: use annotations and traits

If you'd like to add better IDE support for the metadata getter methods, you can use @method annotations:

/**
 * @method string description()
 * @method string color()
 */
#[Meta(Description::class, Color::class)]
enum TaskStatus: int
{
    use Metadata;

    #[Description('Incomplete Task')] #[Color('red')]
    case INCOMPLETE = 0;

    #[Description('Completed Task')] #[Color('green')]
    case COMPLETED = 1;

    #[Description('Canceled Task')] #[Color('gray')]
    case CANCELED = 2;
}

And if you're using the same meta property in multiple enums, you can create a dedicated trait that includes this @method annotation.

Comparable

This trait lets you compare enums using is(), isNot(), in() and notIn().

Apply the trait on your enum

use ArchTech\Enums\Comparable;

enum TaskStatus: int
{
    use Comparable;

    case INCOMPLETE = 0;
    case COMPLETED = 1;
    case CANCELED = 2;
}

enum Role
{
    use Comparable;

    case ADMINISTRATOR;
    case SUBSCRIBER;
    case GUEST;
}

Use the is() method

TaskStatus::INCOMPLETE->is(TaskStatus::INCOMPLETE); // true
TaskStatus::INCOMPLETE->is(TaskStatus::COMPLETED); // false
Role::ADMINISTRATOR->is(Role::ADMINISTRATOR); // true
Role::ADMINISTRATOR->is(Role::NOBODY); // false

Use the isNot() method

TaskStatus::INCOMPLETE->isNot(TaskStatus::INCOMPLETE); // false
TaskStatus::INCOMPLETE->isNot(TaskStatus::COMPLETED); // true
Role::ADMINISTRATOR->isNot(Role::ADMINISTRATOR); // false
Role::ADMINISTRATOR->isNot(Role::NOBODY); // true

Use the in() method

TaskStatus::INCOMPLETE->in([TaskStatus::INCOMPLETE, TaskStatus::COMPLETED]); // true
TaskStatus::INCOMPLETE->in([TaskStatus::COMPLETED, TaskStatus::CANCELED]); // false
Role::ADMINISTRATOR->in([Role::ADMINISTRATOR, Role::GUEST]); // true
Role::ADMINISTRATOR->in([Role::SUBSCRIBER, Role::GUEST]); // false

Use the notIn() method

TaskStatus::INCOMPLETE->notIn([TaskStatus::INCOMPLETE, TaskStatus::COMPLETED]); // false
TaskStatus::INCOMPLETE->notIn([TaskStatus::COMPLETED, TaskStatus::CANCELED]); // true
Role::ADMINISTRATOR->notIn([Role::ADMINISTRATOR, Role::GUEST]); // false
Role::ADMINISTRATOR->notIn([Role::SUBSCRIBER, Role::GUEST]); // true

PHPStan

To assist PHPStan when using invokable cases, you can include the PHPStan extensions into your own phpstan.neon file:

includes:
  - ./vendor/archtechx/enums/extension.neon

Development

Run all checks locally:

./check

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