php-slang/php-slang

PHPSlang is a library that allow you to write a purely functional code in PHP

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PhpSlang

PhpSlang will help you to write purely functional code with PHP.

PhpSlang is a PHP library aiming to fill the gaps between PHP and classical functional languages. It provides constructs optimizing your work and letting you develop with a purely functional style.

More info

Official page

Documentation

Twitter

Roadmap

Features

Example code

With a PhpSlang your code is going to look like that:

public function nonTrivialExampleFn(ParallelListCollection $mysteriousInput): float {
  return $mysteriousInput
    ->filter(function ($elem) {
      return $elem > 10;
    })
    ->partition(
      function ($elem) {
        return $elem <=> 20;
      },
      new Set([-1, 0, 1])
    )
    ->map(function (ListCollection $bucket) {
      return $bucket->max()->getOrElse(0.0);
    })
    ->avg()
    ->getOrElse(0.0);
}

Or that:

public function actionUpdateBook(string $bookId, Request $request): Response {
  return $this
    ->bookUpdaterService
    ->updateBook($bookId, $this->bookRequestTransformer->toInput($request), $this->getUser())
    ->left(function(BookUpdateError $error) {
      return Match::val($error)->of(
        new TypeOf(BookNotFound::class, new Response(null, Response::HTTP_NOT_FOUND)),
        new TypeOf(InvalidInput::class, new Response(null, Response::HTTP_BAD_REQUEST)),
        new TypeOf(NotAuthorized::class, new Response(null, Response::HTTP_UNAUTHORIZED))
      );
    })
    ->right(function(BookInfo $bookInfo) {
      return new Response($this->bookInfoTransformer->toJson($bookInfo), Response::HTTP_OK);
    })
    ->get();
}

Want to see more examples? See documentation.

Contribution

TL;DR;

Just feel free to post your pull requests on GitHub.

Contribution how to

  1. Fork this repository

  2. Clone your fork

git clone git@github.com:php-slang/php-slang.git
  1. Install dependencies
composer install --dev
  1. Write some code

  2. Verify if it's fine

./ci/verify.sh
  1. Push your pull request!

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2018 Witold Adamus

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