php-tmdb/symfony

Symfony Bundle for TMDB (The Movie Database) API. Provides easy access to the php-tmdb/api library.

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4.1 2021-03-07 14:45 UTC

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Compatible with Symfony 4 and 5, PHP 7.3 and up.

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Installation

  • Install Composer
  • Install php-tmdb/api dependencies
    • For development within Symfony we recommend making use of Symfony's PSR-18 HTTP Client Symfony\Component\HttpClient\Psr18Client, as when non-cached results pass your profiler will be filled with data.

Then require the bundle:

composer require php-tmdb/symfony:^4

Configuration

Register the bundle in app/bundles.php:

<?php

return [
    // --- snip ---
    Tmdb\SymfonyBundle\TmdbSymfonyBundle::class => ['all' => true],
];

Add to your app/config/config.yml the following, or replace values with services of your choice ( PSR-18 Http Client / PSR-17 Factories ):

tmdb_symfony:
    api_key: YOUR_API_KEY_HERE
    options:
        http:
            client: Symfony\Component\HttpClient\Psr18Client
            request_factory: Nyholm\Psr7\Factory\Psr17Factory
            response_factory: Nyholm\Psr7\Factory\Psr17Factory
            stream_factory: Nyholm\Psr7\Factory\Psr17Factory
            uri_factory: Nyholm\Psr7\Factory\Psr17Factory

services.yaml:

services:
    Symfony\Component\HttpClient\Psr18Client:
        class: Symfony\Component\HttpClient\Psr18Client

    Nyholm\Psr7\Factory\Psr17Factory:
        class: Nyholm\Psr7\Factory\Psr17Factory

Configure caching

You can use any PSR-6 cache you wish to use, we will simply use symfony's cache.

When making use of caching, make sure to also include php-http/cache-plugin in composer, this plugin handles the logic for us, so we don't have to re-invent the wheel.

You are however also free to choose to implement your own cache listener, or add the caching logic inside the http client of your choice.

composer require php-http/cache-plugin:^1.7

First off configure the cache pool in symfony config/cache.yaml:

framework:
    cache:
        pools:
            cache.tmdb:
                adapter: cache.adapter.filesystem
                default_lifetime: 86400

Then in your tmdb_symfony.yaml configuration enable the cache and reference this cache pool:

tmdb_symfony:
  api_key: YOUR_API_KEY_HERE
  cache:
    enabled: true
    adapter: cache.tmdb

Want to make use of logging?

Logging capabilities as of 4.0 allow you to make a fine-grained configuration.

You can use any PSR-3 logger you wish to use, we will simply use monolog.

First off configure the monolog and add a channel and handler:

monolog:
    channels:
        - tmdb
    handlers:
        tmdb:
            type: stream
            path: "%kernel.logs_dir%/php-tmdb--symfony.%kernel.environment%.log"
            level: info
            channels: ["tmdb"]

Then in your tmdb_symfony.yaml configuration:

tmdb_symfony:
  api_key: YOUR_API_KEY_HERE
  log:
    enabled: true
    adapter: monolog.logger.tmdb
    hydration:
      enabled: true
      with_hydration_data: false # We would only recommend to enable this with an in-memory logger, so you have access to the hydration data within the profiler.
      adapter: null # you can set different adapters for different logs, leave null to use the main adapter.
      listener: Tmdb\Event\Listener\Logger\LogHydrationListener
      formatter: Tmdb\Formatter\Hydration\SimpleHydrationFormatter
    request_logging:
      enabled: true
      adapter: null # you can set different adapters for different logs, leave null to use the main adapter.
      listener: Tmdb\Event\Listener\Logger\LogHttpMessageListener
      formatter: Tmdb\Formatter\HttpMessage\SimpleHttpMessageFormatter
    response_logging:
      enabled: true
      adapter: null # you can set different adapters for different logs, leave null to use the main adapter.
      listener: Tmdb\Event\Listener\Logger\LogHttpMessageListener
      formatter: Tmdb\Formatter\HttpMessage\SimpleHttpMessageFormatter
    api_exception_logging:
      enabled: true
      adapter: null # you can set different adapters for different logs, leave null to use the main adapter.
      listener: Tmdb\Event\Listener\Logger\LogApiErrorListener
      formatter: Tmdb\Formatter\TmdbApiException\SimpleTmdbApiExceptionFormatter
    client_exception_logging:
      enabled: true
      adapter: null # you can set different adapters for different logs, leave null to use the main adapter.
      listener: Tmdb\Event\Listener\Logger\LogHttpMessageListener
      formatter: Tmdb\Formatter\HttpMessage\SimpleHttpMessageFormatter

Disable repositories :

tmdb_symfony:
    api_key: YOUR_API_KEY_HERE
    repositories:
        enabled: false

Disable twig extension :

tmdb_symfony:
    api_key: YOUR_API_KEY_HERE
    twig_extension:
        enabled: false

Disable https :

tmdb_symfony:
    api_key: YOUR_API_KEY_HERE
    options:
        secure:
            enabled: false

Disable legacy aliases :

Set to true to remove all legacy alises ( e.g. tmdb.client or tmdb.movie_repository ).

tmdb_symfony:
    api_key: YOUR_API_KEY_HERE
    disable_legacy_aliases: true

Full configuration with defaults :

tmdb_symfony:
    api_key: YOUR_API_KEY_HERE
    cache:
        enabled: true
        adapter: cache.tmdb
    log:
        enabled: true
        adapter: monolog.logger.tmdb
        hydration:
            enabled: true
            with_hydration_data: false
            adapter: null
            listener: Tmdb\Event\Listener\Logger\LogHydrationListener
            formatter: Tmdb\Formatter\Hydration\SimpleHydrationFormatter
        request_logging:
            enabled: true
            adapter: null
            listener: Tmdb\Event\Listener\Logger\LogHttpMessageListener
            formatter: Tmdb\Formatter\HttpMessage\SimpleHttpMessageFormatter
        response_logging:
            enabled: true
            adapter: null
            listener: Tmdb\Event\Listener\Logger\LogHttpMessageListener
            formatter: Tmdb\Formatter\HttpMessage\SimpleHttpMessageFormatter
        api_exception_logging:
            enabled: true
            adapter: null
            listener: Tmdb\Event\Listener\Logger\LogApiErrorListener
            formatter: Tmdb\Formatter\TmdbApiException\SimpleTmdbApiExceptionFormatter
        client_exception_logging:
            enabled: true
            adapter: null
            listener: Tmdb\Event\Listener\Logger\LogHttpMessageListener
            formatter: Tmdb\Formatter\HttpMessage\SimpleHttpMessageFormatter
    options:
        bearer_token: YOUR_BEARER_TOKEN_HERE
        http:
            client: Symfony\Component\HttpClient\Psr18Client
            request_factory: Nyholm\Psr7\Factory\Psr17Factory
            response_factory: Nyholm\Psr7\Factory\Psr17Factory
            stream_factory: Nyholm\Psr7\Factory\Psr17Factory
            uri_factory: Nyholm\Psr7\Factory\Psr17Factory
        secure: true
        host: api.themoviedb.org/3
        guest_session_token: null
        event_dispatcher:
            adapter: event_dispatcher
        hydration:
            event_listener_handles_hydration: false
            only_for_specified_models: {  }
        api_token: YOUR_API_KEY_HERE # you don't have to set this if you set it at the root level
    session_token: null
    repositories:
        enabled: true
    twig_extension:
        enabled: true
    disable_legacy_aliases: false

Usage

Obtaining the client

$client = $this->get(Tmdb\Client::class);

Obtaining repositories

$movie = $this->get(\Tmdb\Repository\MovieRepository::class)->load(13);

An overview of all the repositories can be found in the services configuration repositories.xml.

There is also a Twig helper that makes use of the Tmdb\Helper\ImageHelper to output urls and html.

{{ movie.backdropImage|tmdb_image_url }}

{{ movie.backdropImage|tmdb_image_html('original', null, 50)|raw }}

For all all other interactions take a look at php-tmdb/api.