Asynchronous XMPP Library for PHP
By design client class (
\Kadet\Xmpp\XmppClient) acts like stream - for sending and receiving packets over network,
event emitter to inform about events, and dependency container (what a wonderful violation of SRP) for managing modules.
It allows to move almost all logic outside of that class into proper and exchangeable components.
Basic client instance can be set up quite easily:
$loop = React\EventLoop\Factory::create(); $client = new \Kadet\Xmpp\XmppClient(new \Kadet\Xmpp\Jid('firstname.lastname@example.org/resource'), [ 'loop' => $loop, 'password' => 'epicpasspeoem', ]); // Event declatation ... $client->connect(); $loop->run();
Options passed to second argument, are equivalent to C#'s property instantiation, so above example is same as calling:
$client = new \Kadet\Xmpp\XmppClient(new \Kadet\Xmpp\Jid('email@example.com/resource')); $client->loop = $loop; $client->password = 'epicpasspoem';
With exception for
default-modules which are used for initial module setup. You can disable default
modules by setting
default-modules to false, but it's highly not recommended for non-test purposes.
Available events are:
element(Kadet\Xmpp\Xml\XmlElement $element) // element received features(Kadet\Xmpp\StreamFeatures $features) // features received send.element(Kadet\Xmpp\Xml\XmlElement $element) // element sent send.text(string $data) // some text (non valid XmlElement) sent stream.open(Kadet\Xmpp\Xml\XmlElement $stream) // Stream started stream.close() // Stream closed stream.error(Kadet\Xmpp\Stream\Error $error) // Stream errored connect(StreamDuplexInterface $stream) // called when connection is ready exception(Exception $exception) // called when otherwise unhandled exception happens
also, all default events from
react/stream are applicable.
Most of XMPP servers require TLS connection, by default React streams don't support encryption. Library will handle
encryption if underlying stream implements
\Kadet\Xmpp\Network\SecureStream interface (provided stream classes like
\Kadet\Xmpp\Network\TcpStream implements it by default).
Nucleus uses extended version of
evenement/evenement to provide convenient
EventEmitter API. So you can now filter
events by predicates and event queue is prioritized.
$emitter->on($event, $callback, $predicate = null, $priority = 0);
Predicate, as well as callback is called with arguments passed to event. There are few default predicates that you can
use, they can be found in
// Will fire event only if element belongs into self::TLS_NAMESPACE. $stream->on('element', $callable, with\xmlns(self::TLS_NAMESPACE));
Also you can prioritize events
$stream->on('element', $second, null, 0); $stream->on('element', $first, null, 1); // will fire first
Sender argument is not provided by default, if needed you have to partially apply function, there is also shortcut in every event emitting class.
$stream->on('element', $stream->reference($callable)); // Will fire $callable($stream, ...$arguments);
Event queue can be stopped by returning
false by event.
See roadmap on Trello, I'll keep it updated. Project is created in milestone system, it means that after completing each milestone API should be stable - but it's not guaranteed at the moment.