pixel418/ubiq

Functions for readable treatment of string, array & object

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Language: PHP

v0.5.0 2014-01-30 21:09 UTC

README

Functions for readable treatment of string, array & object.

  1. Let's code
    1.1 Simple
    1.2 Readable
    1.3 Normalized
  2. Documentation
    2.1 String manipulation
    2.2 Array manipulation
    2.3 Object manipulation
  3. How to Install
  4. How to Contribute
  5. Author & Community

Let's code

Simple

With Ubiq, your treatments are simple.

$string = 'example.com/my/path';
\UString::substrBefore( $string, '/' );
// Returns 'example.com'
// Instead of usual implementation: substr( $string, 0, strpos( $string, '/' ) );

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Readable

With Ubiq, even your complex treatments still readable.

$string = 'example.com/my/path';
\UString::substrBefore( $string, '/' );
// Returns 'example.com'
\UString::substrBefore( $string, [ '/', '.' ] );
// Returns 'example'
\UString::substrBeforeLast( $string, [ '/', '.' ] );
// Returns 'example.com/my'

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Normalized

Ubiq has consistent and normalized api.

$string = 'my/path';
// Without prefix, the method return the result of the treatment
\UString::startWith( $string, '/' );
// Returns '/my/path'
$string = 'my/path';
// With 'is' prefix, the method return the result of the test
\UString::isStartWith( $string, '/' );
// Returns FALSE
$string = 'my/path';
// With 'do' prefix, the method treat by reference
\UString::doStartWith( $string, '/' );
// $string value is now '/my/path'

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How to Install

If you don't have composer, you have to install it.

Add or complete the composer.json file at the root of your repository, like this :

{
    "require": {
        "pixel418/ubiq": "0.4.*"
    }
}

Ubiq can now be downloaded via composer.

To use it, you just have to load the composer autoloader :

require_once( './vendor/autoload.php' );

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How to Contribute

  1. Fork the Ubiq repository
  2. Create a new branch for each feature or improvement
  3. Send a pull request from each feature branch to the develop branch

If you don't know much about pull request, you can read the Github article.

All pull requests must follow the PSR1 standard and be accompanied by passing phpunit tests.

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Author & Community

Ubiq is under the MIT License.
It is created and maintained by Thomas ZILLIOX.

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