krlove/async-service-call-bundle

Symfony bundle for asynchronous service methods calls

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Type:symfony-bundle

1.0.5 2017-12-10 15:40 UTC

README

This bundle allows you to execute methods of your services asynchronously in a background process

Installation

Download using composer

composer require krlove/async-service-call-bundle

Enable the bundle at AppKernel

$bundles = [
   ...
   new Krlove\AsyncServiceCallBundle\KrloveAsyncServiceCallBundle(),
]

Configuration

Options:

  • console_path - path to console script. Can be absolute or relative to kernel.root_dir parameter's value. Defaults to app/console for Symfony 2.* and bin/console for Symfony 3.*.
  • php_path - path to php executable. If no option provided in configuration, Symfony\Component\Process\PhpExecutableFinder::find will be used to set it up.

Example:

# config.yml
krlove_async_service_call:
    console_path: bin/console
    php_path: /usr/local/bin/php

Usage

Define any service

<?php
    
namespace AppBundle\Service;
    
class AwesomeService
{
    public function doSomething($int, $string, $array)
    {
        // do something heavy
        sleep(10)
    }
}

Register service

# services.yml
services:
    app.service.awesome:
        class: AppBundle\Service\AwesomeService
        public: true

make sure your service is configured with public: true

Execute doSomething method asynchronously:

$this->get('krlove.async')
    ->call('app.service.awesome', 'doSomething', [1, 'string', ['array']);

Line above will execute AppBundle\Service\AwesomeService::doSomething method by running krlove:service:call command in asynchronous Symfony\Component\Process\Process.

Process PID will be returned on success, null on failure.