mcustiel/phiremock-client

Client library to communicate with Phiremock server

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v1.2.1 2022-05-14 13:47 UTC

README

Phiremock client provides a nice API to interact with Phiremock Server, allowing developers to setup expectations, clear state, scenarios etc. Through a fluent interface.

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Installation

Default installation through composer

This project is published in packagist, so you just need to add it as a dependency in your composer.json:

    "require-dev": {
        "mcustiel/phiremock-client": "^1.0",
        "guzzlehttp/guzzle": "^6.0"
    }

Phiremock Client requires guzzle client v6 to work. This dependency can be avoided and you can choose any psr18-compatible http client and overwrite Phiremock Client's factory to provide it.

Overwriting the factory class

If guzzle client v6 is provided as a dependency no extra configuration is needed. If you want to use a different http client you need to provide it to phiremock server as a psr18-compatible client. For instance, if you want to use guzzle client v7 you need to extend phiremock server's factory class:

<?php
namespace My\Namespace;

use Mcustiel\Phiremock\Client\Factory;
use GuzzleHttp;
use Psr\Http\Client\ClientInterface;

class FactoryWithGuzzle7 extends Factory
{
    public function createRemoteConnection(): ClientInterface
    {
        return new GuzzleHttp\Client();
    }
}

Then use this factory class to create the Phiremock Client Facade.

Usage

Creating the Client Facade

Create the Client Facade by requesting it from the factory object:

<?php
use Mcustiel\Phiremock\Client\Connection\Host;
use Mcustiel\Phiremock\Client\Connection\Port;

$phiremockClient = Factory::createDefault()->createPhiremockClient(new Host('my.phiremock.host'), new Port('8080'));

Now you can use $phiremockClient to access all the configuration options of Phiremock Server.

Note: Phiremock will by default listen for http (unsecured) connections.

Connection to a secure server

If phiremock-server is listening for https connections. You can pass the scheme to use as a third argument:

<?php
use Mcustiel\Phiremock\Client\Connection\Host;
use Mcustiel\Phiremock\Client\Connection\Port;
use Mcustiel\Phiremock\Client\Connection\Scheme;

$phiremockClient = Factory::createDefault()->createPhiremockClient(new Host('my.phiremock.host'), new Port('8443'), Scheme::createHttps());

Expectation creation

<?php
use Mcustiel\Phiremock\Client\Phiremock;
use Mcustiel\Phiremock\Client\Utils\A;
use Mcustiel\Phiremock\Client\Utils\Is;
use Mcustiel\Phiremock\Client\Utils\Respond;
use Mcustiel\Phiremock\Domain\Options\Priority;
// ...
$phiremockClient->createExpectation(
    Phiremock::on(
        A::getRequest()
            ->andUrl(Is::equalTo('/potato/tomato'))
            ->andBody(Is::containing('42'))
            ->andHeader('Accept', Is::equalTo('application/banana'))
            ->andFormField('name', Is::equalTo('potato'))
    )->then(
        Respond::withStatusCode(418)
            ->andBody('Is the answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, The Universe, and Everything')
            ->andHeader('Content-Type', 'application/banana')
    )->setPriority(new Priority(5))
);

Also a cleaner/shorter way to create expectations is provided by using helper functions:

<?php
use Mcustiel\Phiremock\Client\Phiremock;
use function Mcustiel\Phiremock\Client\contains;
use function Mcustiel\Phiremock\Client\getRequest;
use function Mcustiel\Phiremock\Client\isEqualTo;
use function Mcustiel\Phiremock\Client\request;
use function Mcustiel\Phiremock\Client\respond;
use function Mcustiel\Phiremock\Client\on;
use Mcustiel\Phiremock\Domain\Options\Priority;
// ...
$phiremockClient->createExpectation(
    on(
        getRequest('/potato/tomato')
            ->andBody(contains('42'))
            ->andHeader('Accept', isEqualTo('application/banana'))
            ->andFormField('name', isEqualTo('potato'))
    )->then(
        respond(418)
            ->andBody('Is the answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, The Universe, and Everything')
            ->andHeader('Content-Type', 'application/banana')
    )->setPriority(new Priority(5))
);

This code is equivalent to the one in the previous example.

You can see the list of shortcuts here: https://github.com/mcustiel/phiremock-client/blob/master/src/helper_functions.php

Listing created expectations

The listExpecatations method returns an array of instances of the Expectation class containing all the current expectations checked by Phiremock Server.

<?php
$expectations = $phiremockClient->listExpectations();

Clear all configured expectations

This will remove all expectations checked, causing Phiremock Server to return 404 for every non-phiremock-api request.

<?php
$phiremockClient->clearExpectations();

List requests received by Phiremock

Use this method to get a list of Psr-compatible Requests received by Phiremock Server.

Lists all requests:

<?php
$phiremockClient->listExecutions();

Lists requests matching condition:

<?php
$phiremockClient->listExecutions(getRequest()->andUrl(isEqualTo('/test'));

Note: Phiremock's API request are excluded from this list.

Count requests received by Phiremock

Provides an integer >= 0 representing the amount of requests received by Phiremock Server.

Count all requests:

<?php
$phiremockClient->countExecutions();

Count requests matching condition:

<?php
$phiremockClient->countExecutions(getRequest()->andUrl(isEqualTo('/test'));

Note: Phiremock's API request are excluded from this list.

Clear stored requests

This will clean the list of requests saved on Phiremock Server and resets the counter to 0.

<?php
$phiremockClient->clearRequests();

Set Scenario State

Force a scenario to have certain state on Phiremock Server.

<?php
$phiremockClient->setScenarioState('myScenario', 'loginExecuted');

Reset Scenarios States

Reset all scenarios to the initial state (Scenario.START).

<?php
$phiremockClient->resetScenarios();

Reset all

Sets Phiremock Server to its initial state. This will cause Phiremock Server to:

  1. clear all expectations.
  2. clear the stored requests.
  3. reset all the scenarios.
  4. reload all expectations stored in files.
<?php
$phiremockClient->reset();

Appendix

See also:

Contributing:

Just submit a pull request. Don't forget to run tests and php-cs-fixer first and write documentation.

Thanks to:

And everyone who submitted their Pull Requests.