geosocio/http-serializer

Serializes a Controller Request & Response

5.2.0 2018-03-18 14:46 UTC

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Serializes a Controller Request & Response.

Request

POST & PUT requests may have their contents deserialized into an object. Any request with a content body (e.g. PATCH) may have the contents decoded into an array.

Response

A controller's response will serialized into the same format of the request. If you need more advanced handling, you may always return a Response object without interference.

Groups

Groups may be applied to the request or the response (or both) with the groups annotation.

  • Request Groups GeoSocio\HttpSerializer\Annotation\RequestGroups
  • Response Groups GeoSocio\HttpSerializer\Annotation\ResponseGroups
  • Request & Response Groups Symfony\Component\Serializer\Annotation\Groups

They may also be applied with a GroupResolver.

Example

/**
 * @Route("/post/{post}")
 * @Method({"GET"})
 *
 * @Groups({"show"})
 */
public function showAction(Post $post) {
    return $post;
}

/**
 * @Route("/post")
 * @Method({"POST"})
 *
 * @RequestGroups({"create"})
 * @ResponseGroups({"show"})
 */
public function createAction(Post $post) {
    $em = $this->doctrine->getEntityManager();
    $em->persist($post);
    $em->flush();
    return $post;
}

/**
 * @Route("/post/{post}")
 * @Method({"PUT"})
 *
 * @RequestGroups({"replace"})
 * @ResponseGroups({"show"})
 */
public function replaceAction(Post $post, Post $content) {
    $em = $this->doctrine->getEntityManager();
    $em->merge($content);
    $em->flush();
    return $post;
}

/**
 * @Route("/post/{post}")
 * @Method({"PATCH"})
 *
 * @RequestGroups({"update"})
 * @ResponseGroups({"show"})
 */
public function updateAction(Post $post, array $content) {
    $em = $this->doctrine->getEntityManager();
    $post = $this->serializer->denormalizer($content, $post);
    $em->flush();
    return $post;
}

/**
 * @Route("/post/{post}")
 * @Method({"DELETE"})
 */
public function deleteAction(Post $post) {
    $em = $this->doctrine->getEntityManager();
    $em->remove($post);
    $em->flush();
    return '';
}