nnjeim/respond

Laravel response helpers

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1.2.1 2021-09-20 05:37 UTC

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Last update: 2021-10-21 07:01:36 UTC


README

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A Laravel response helper methods. The package respond provides a fluent syntax to form array or json responses.
In its configuration file, it allows the addition of custom methods.

Installation

You can install the package via composer:

composer require nnjeim/respond

Configuration

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Nnjeim\Respond\RespondServiceProvider"

The respond.php config file allows:

  • The presetting of the response format array/json.
  • The possibility to edit the response parameters.
  • The possibility to add custom methods.

Usage

Respond Facade
use Nnjeim\Fetch\Fetch;
use Nnjeim\Respond\Respond;

['response' => $response, 'status' => $status] = Fetch::setBaseUri('https://someapi.com/')->get('countries');

	if ($status === 200 && $response->success) {

		return Respond::toJson()
			->setMessage('countries')
			->setData($response->data)
			->withSuccess();
	}

	abort(400);
RespondHelper Instantiation
use Nnjeim\Respond\RespondHelper;

private RespondHelper $respond;
private array $data;
private bool $success;

public function __construct(RespondHelper $respond)
{
	$this->respond = $respond;
}
.
.
.
$respond = $this
		->respond
		->toJson()
		->setMessage('countries')
		->setData($data);

if ($this->success)
{
	return $respond->withSuccess()
}

return $respond->withErrors();

Methods

Set the status code
Sets the response status code  

@return $this       setStatusCode(int $statusCode)
Set the message
Sets the response title message

@return $this       setMessage(string $message)
Set the meta data
Sets the response meta data. The meta data will be merged with the response data array.

@return $this       setMeta(array $meta)
Set the data
Sets the response data array.

@return $this       setData(array $data)
Set the errors
Sets the response errors.

@return $this       setErrors(array $errors)
respond in Json format
returns an instance of Illuminate\Http\JsonResponse  

this method overwrites the config `toJson` set value.

@return $this       toJson()
Respond with success
On success response. The default response status code is 200.   

@return array|JsonResponse       withSuccess()
Respond with created
On created response. The default response status code is 201.   

@return array|JsonResponse       withCreated()
Respond with accepted
On accepted response. The default response status code is 202.   

@return array|JsonResponse       withAccepted()
Respond with no content
On success response with no results found. The default status code is 204

@return array|JsonResponse       withNoContent()
Respond with errors
On error response. The default response status code is 422.   

@return array|JsonResponse       withErrors(?array $errors = null)
Respond with server error
On server error response. The default response status code is 500.   

@return array|JsonResponse       withServerError()       
Respond with not found
Record not found error. The default response status code is 404.

@return array|JsonResponse       withNotFound()
Respond with not authenticated
Not authenticated reponse. The default response status code is 401.

@return array|JsonResponse       withNotAuthenticated()
Respond with not authorized
Not authorized reponse. The default response status code is 403.

@return array|JsonResponse       withNotAuthorized()

Respond

@return array|JsonResponse

	[
		'response' => [
			'success' => true,
			'message' => 'message',
			'data' => [],
			'errors' => [],
		],
		'status' => 200,
	];

Custom methods

In the respond.php config file, in the responses array add an array entry where the key is name of the method in lower case and the value contains the desired success, message and status params.

//example
'methodnotallowed' => [
    'success' => false,
    'message' => 'the method not allowed!',
    'status' => Response::HTTP_METHOD_NOT_ALLOWED,
],

Usage

Respond::withMethodNotAllowed();

Testing

The helpers and methods are tested with 99% coverage.
To run the tests.

composer install
composer test

To run the coverage test.

composer test-coverage

Changelog

Please see CHANGELOG for more information what has changed recently.