misd/phone-number-bundle

Integrates libphonenumber into your Symfony2 application

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v1.0.5 2015-04-15 14:07 UTC

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This bundle integrates Google's libphonenumber into your Symfony2 application through the giggsey/libphonenumber-for-php port.

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Installation

  1. Add the PhoneNumberBundle to your dependencies:

    // composer.json
    
    {
       // ...
       "require": {
           // ...
           "misd/phone-number-bundle": "~1.0"
       }
    }
    
  2. Use Composer to download and install the PhoneNumberBundle:

    $ php composer.phar update misd/phone-number-bundle
    
  3. Register the bundle in your application:

    // app/AppKernel.php
    
    public function registerBundles()
    {
        $bundles = array(
            // ...
            new Misd\PhoneNumberBundle\MisdPhoneNumberBundle()
        );
    }
    

Usage

Services

The following services are available:

Service ID libphonenumber version libphonenumber\PhoneNumberUtil libphonenumber.phone_number_util libphonenumber\geocoding\PhoneNumberOfflineGeocoder libphonenumber.phone_number_offline_geocoder >=5.8.8 libphonenumber\ShortNumberInfo libphonenumber.short_number_info >=5.8 libphonenumber\PhoneNumberToCarrierMapper libphonenumber.phone_number_to_carrier_mapper >=5.8.8 libphonenumber\PhoneNumberToTimeZonesMapper libphonenumber.phone_number_to_time_zones_mapper >=5.8.8

So to parse a string into a libphonenumber\PhoneNumber object:

$phoneNumber = $container->get('libphonenumber.phone_number_util')->parse($string, PhoneNumberUtil::UNKNOWN_REGION);

Doctrine mapping

Requires doctrine/doctrine-bundle.

To persist libphonenumber\PhoneNumber objects, add the Misd\PhoneNumberBundle\Doctrine\DBAL\Types\PhoneNumberType mapping to your application's config:

// app/config.yml

doctrine:
    dbal:
        types:
            phone_number: Misd\PhoneNumberBundle\Doctrine\DBAL\Types\PhoneNumberType

You can then use the phone_number mapping:

/**
 * @ORM\Column(type="phone_number")
 */
private $phoneNumber;

This creates a varchar(35) column with a Doctrine mapping comment.

Note that if you're putting the phone_number type on an already-existing schema the current values must be converted to the libphonenumber\PhoneNumberFormat::E164 format.

Formatting libphonenumber\PhoneNumber objects

Twig

The phone_number_format function takes two arguments: a libphonenumber\PhoneNumber object and an optional libphonenumber\PhoneNumberFormat constant name.

For example, to format an object called myPhoneNumber in the libphonenumber\PhoneNumberFormat::NATIONAL format:

{{ phone_number_format(myPhoneNumber, 'NATIONAL') }}

By default phone numbers are formatted in the libphonenumber\PhoneNumberFormat::INTERNATIONAL format.

PHP template

The format() method in the phone_number_format helper takes two arguments: a libphonenumber\PhoneNumber object and an optional libphonenumber\PhoneNumberFormat constant name or value.

For example, to format $myPhoneNumber in the libphonenumber\PhoneNumberFormat::NATIONAL format, either use:

<?php echo $view['phone_number_format']->format($myPhoneNumber, 'NATIONAL') ?>

or:

<?php echo $view['phone_number_format']->format($myPhoneNumber, \libphonenumber\PhoneNumberFormat::NATIONAL) ?>

By default phone numbers are formatted in the libphonenumber\PhoneNumberFormat::INTERNATIONAL format.

Serializing libphonenumber\PhoneNumber objects

Requires jms/serializer-bundle.

Instances of libphonenumber\PhoneNumber are automatically serialized in the E.164 format.

Phone numbers can be deserialized from an international format by setting the type to libphonenumber\PhoneNumber. For example:

use JMS\Serializer\Annotation\Type;

/**
 * @Type("libphonenumber\PhoneNumber")
 */
private $phoneNumber;

Using libphonenumber\PhoneNumber objects in forms

You can use the tel form type to create phone number fields. For example:

use libphonenumber\PhoneNumberFormat;
use Symfony\Component\Form\FormBuilderInterface;

public function buildForm(FormBuilderInterface $builder, array $options)
{
    $builder->add('phone_number', 'tel', array('default_region' => 'GB', 'format' => PhoneNumberFormat::NATIONAL));
}

By default the default_region and format options are PhoneNumberUtil::UNKNOWN_REGION and PhoneNumberFormat::INTERNATIONAL respectively.

Validating phone numbers

You can use the Misd\PhoneNumberBundle\Validator\Constraints\PhoneNumber constraint to make sure that either a libphonenumber\PhoneNumber object or a plain string is a valid phone number. For example:

use Misd\PhoneNumberBundle\Validator\Constraints\PhoneNumber as AssertPhoneNumber;

/**
 * @AssertPhoneNumber
 */
private $phoneNumber;

You can set the default region through the defaultRegion property:

use Misd\PhoneNumberBundle\Validator\Constraints\PhoneNumber as AssertPhoneNumber;

/**
 * @AssertPhoneNumber(defaultRegion="GB")
 */
private $phoneNumber;

By default any valid phone number will be accepted. You can restrict the type through the type property, recognised values are mobile and fixed_line. (Note the libphonenumber cannot always distinguish between mobile and fixed-line numbers (eg in the USA), in which case it will be accepted.)

/**
 * @AssertPhoneNumber(type="mobile")
 */
private $mobilePhoneNumber;

Translations

The bundle contains translations for the form field and validation constraints.

In cases where a language uses multiple terms for mobile phones, the generic language locale will use the term 'mobile', while country-specific locales will use the relevant term. So in English, for example, en uses 'mobile', en_US uses 'cell' and en_SG uses 'handphone'.

If your language doesn't yet have translations, feel free to open a pull request to add them in!