*Maintained* A PHP implementation of socket.io-emitter
This is a fork of rase-/socket.io-php-emitter.
Since the original repo is not being maintained anymore and is having compatibility problems with newer versions of Socket.io, I recommend using this repo, and also submitting issues here.
A PHP implementation of socket.io-emitter.
To install and use in your PHP project, install it as a composer package. Install dependencies with
You need a redis server to emit events to. Set up your redis server.
To receive the emitted events, you are required to use
socket.io-redis. It will automatically handle the event published from
Install and set up from here : https://www.npmjs.com/package/socket.io-redis
$redis = new \Redis(); // Using the Redis extension provided client $redis->connect('127.0.0.1', '6379'); $emitter = new SocketIO\Emitter($redis); $emitter->emit('event', 'payload str');
// Below initialization will create a phpredis client, or a TinyRedisClient depending on what is installed $emitter = new SocketIO\Emitter(array('port' => '6379', 'host' => '127.0.0.1')); // broadcast can be replaced by any of the other flags $emitter->broadcast->emit('other event', 'such data');
$emitter = new SocketIO\Emitter(); // If arguments are not provided, they will default to array('port' => '6379', 'host' => '127.0.0.1') $emitter->emit('event', array('property' => 'much value', 'another' => 'very object'));
This project requires a Redis client for PHP. If you dont have the PECL Redis installed, the emitter will default to using TinyRedisClient. You can, however, pass in any Redis client that supports a
To run tests, invoke
make test. The current test suite will just be checking redis monitor that everything is published correctly. Some work will be put into making a better integration test suite in the near future.