golonka/bbcodeparser

Parse your BBCode easy with this library.

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v2.1.0 2015-06-20 11:16 UTC

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The Golonka\BBCodeParser package will help you with parsing BBCode.

Via Composer

$ composer require golonka/bbcodeparser

Usage

To parse some text it's as easy as this!

$bbcode = new Golonka\BBCode\BBCodeParser;

echo $bbcode->parse('[b]Bold Text![/b]');
// <strong>Bold Text!</strong>

Would like the parser to not use all bbcodes? Just do like this.

$bbcode = new Golonka\BBCode\BBCodeParser;

echo $bbcode->only('bold', 'italic')
            ->parse('[b][u]Bold[/u] [i]Italic[/i]![/b]');
            // <strong>[u]Bold[/u] <em>Italic</em>!</strong>

echo $bbcode->except('bold')
            ->parse('[b]Bold[/b] [i]Italic[/i]');
            // [b]Bold[/b] <em>Italic</em>

By default the parser is case sensitive. But if you would like the parser to accept tags like [B]Bold Text[/B] it's really easy.

$bbcode = new Golonka\BBCode\BBCodeParser;

// Case insensitive
echo $bbcode->parse('[b]Bold[/b] [I]Italic![/I]', true);
     // <strong>Bold</strong> <em>Italic!</em>

// Or like this

echo $bbcode->parseCaseInsensitive('[b]Bold[/b] [i]Italic[/i]');
     // <strong>Bold</strong> <em>Italic!</em>

You could also make it more explicit that the parser is case sensitive by using another helper function.

    $bbcode = new Golonka\BBCode\BBCodeParser;

    echo $bbcode->parseCaseSensitive('[b]Bold[/b] [I]Italic![/I]');
         // <strong>Bold</strong> [I]Italic![/I]

Laravel integration

The integration into Laravel is really easy, and the method is the same for both Laravel 4 and Laravel 5. Just open your app.php config file.

In there you just add this to your providers array

'Golonka\BBCode\BBCodeParserServiceProvider'

And this to your facades array

'BBCode' => 'Golonka\BBCode\Facades\BBCodeParser'

The syntax is the same as if you would use it in vanilla PHP but with the BBCode:: before the methods. Here are some examples.

// Simple parsing
echo BBCode::parse('[b]Bold Text![/b]');

// Limiting the parsers with the only method
echo BBCode::only('bold', 'italic')
        ->parse('[b][u]Bold[/u] [i]Italic[/i]![/b]');
        // <strong>[u]Bold[/u] <em>Italic</em>!</strong>

// Or the except method
echo BBCode::except('bold')
        ->parse('[b]Bold[/b] [i]Italic[/i]');
        // [b]Bold[/b] <em>Italic</em>

Testing

$ phpunit

Contributing

Please see CONTRIBUTING for details.

Credits

License

The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information.