Base structure to connect PSR-7 objects to command and query buses
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Last update: 2021-10-26 06:16:58 UTC
The term Chimera (/kɪˈmɪərə/ or /kaɪˈmɪərə/) has come to describe any mythical or fictional animal with parts taken from various animals, or to describe anything composed of very disparate parts, or perceived as wildly imaginative, implausible, or dazzling.
There are many many amazing libraries in the PHP community and with the creation and adoption of the PSRs we don't necessarily need to rely on full stack frameworks to create a complex and well designed software. Choosing which components to use and plugging them together can sometimes be a little challenging.
The goal of this set of packages is to make it easier to do that (without compromising the quality), allowing you to focus on the behaviour of your software.
This particular package provides abstractions and default components to standardise some basic concepts, creating a foundation to connect different libraries together without creating a huge monster.
$ composer require chimera/foundation
In order to make sure that we're dealing with the correct data, we're using
which is a very interesting feature in PHP but not often used. The nice thing
assert() is that we can (and should) disable it in production mode so
that we don't have useless statements.
So, for production mode, we recommend you to set
-1 in your
For development, you should leave
1 and set
will make PHP throw an
when things go wrong.
Check the documentation for more information: https://secure.php.net/manual/en/function.assert.php
chimera/bus-tactician: Adapter for the amazing
chimera/routing: Abstractions and reusable request handlers (controllers) to handle HTTP requests
chimera/routing-expressive: Adapter for the great
chimera/serialization-jms: Adapter for the really flexible
chimera/di-symfony: A set of compiler passes that plugs everything together while compiling the container, so that no unnecessary process is executed when the software is handling user requests
chimera/sample: A very basic application showing how to use this set of libraries
chimera/sample-react: A very basic application showing how to use this set of libraries (using ReactPHP)
MIT, see LICENSE.