middlewares/php-session

Middleware to start php sessions using the request data

v1.2.0 2018-08-04 10:41 UTC

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Last update: 2020-05-03 23:44:16 UTC


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Middleware to start a php session using the request data and close it after return the response.

Requirements

Installation

This package is installable and autoloadable via Composer as middlewares/php-session.

composer require middlewares/php-session

Example

Dispatcher::run([
	new Middlewares\PhpSession(),

    function () {
        //Use the global $_SESSION variable to get/set data
        $_SESSION['name'] = 'John';
    }
]);

Usage

This is a middleware to start the native PHP session using the cookies of the server request.

name

The session name. If it's not provided, use the php's default name (PHPSESSID). More info session_name

// Start the session with other name
$session = (new Middlewares\PhpSession())->name('user_session');

id

This option set a session id. If it's not provided, use the request's cookies to get it.

// Start the session with a specific session id
$session = (new Middlewares\PhpSession())->id('foo');

options

This allows to set an of options passed to session_start()

// Start the session with a specific session id
$session = (new Middlewares\PhpSession())->options([
    'cookie_lifetime' => 86400
]);

regenerateId

This option regenerates the id after a specific time interval. The latest regeneration time is saved in the key session-id-expires but you can change it in the second argument:

// Regenerate the session id after 60 seconds
$session = (new Middlewares\PhpSession())->regenerateId(60);

// Regenerate the session id after 60 seconds, storing the expires date in the key 'expiresAt'
$session = (new Middlewares\PhpSession())->regenerateId(60, 'expiresAt');

Please see CHANGELOG for more information about recent changes and CONTRIBUTING for contributing details.

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