robert-grubb/filerdb-php

v1.2 2020-06-11 15:53 UTC

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Last update: 2021-02-11 17:15:29 UTC


README

A simplistic PHP flat file database designed to get your application up and running fast. Please note this package is currently in development and is not yet at a release.

Usage

Install via composer:

composer require robert-grubb/filerdb-php

NOTE: Please make sure your database directory has correct permissions for READ and WRITE.

Instantiating

use FilerDB\Instance;

// Instantiate Database
$filerdb = new Instance([ 'root' => __DIR__ . '/database/' ]);

Configuration

[

  /**
   * This is the root path for FilerDB.
   */
  'root' => false,

  /**
   * If the root path does not exist, try
   * and create it.
   */
  'createRootIfNotExist' => false,

  /**
   * If the database does not exist, try
   * and create it.
   */
  'createDatabaseIfNotExist' => false,

  /**
   * If the collection does not exist, attempt
   * to create it.
   */
  'createCollectionIfNotExist' => false,

  /**
   * If the insert and update logic handles
   * the createdAt and updatedAt timestamps
   * automatically
   */
  'includeTimestamps' => false

]

Creating a database

$filerdb->databases->create('dev');

Check if database exists

$filerdb->databases->exists('dev'); // Returns true or false

List all databases

$filerdb->databases->list(); // Returns array

Deleting a database

$filerdb->databases->delete('dev');

Selecting a default database

Selecting a default database allows you to not have to specify the database on every call. Please refer to the below code on how to do that.

// Specify it in the configuration:
$filerdb = new Instance([
  'path' => __DIR__ . '/database/',
  'database' => 'database_name'
]);

or

$filerdb->selectDatabase('database_name');

With the above, you can now do the following:

$filerdb->collection('users')->all(); // Notice no ->database()

List collections in a database

$filerdb->database('dev')->collections(); // Returns array

Check if collection exists

$filerdb->database('dev')->collectionExists('dev'); // Returns true of false

Creating a collection

$filerdb->database('dev')->createCollection('users');

Deleting a collection

$filerdb->database('dev')->deleteCollection('users');

Empty a collection

$filerdb->database('dev')->collection('users')->empty();

Inserting a document

$filerdb->database('dev')->collection('users')->insert([
  'username' => 'test',
  'email'    => 'test@test.com'
]);

Updating a document


// By a specific document
$filerdb
  ->database('dev')
  ->collection('users')
  ->id('ad23tasdg')
  ->update([
    'username' => 'test2'
  ]);

// Where all usernames equal test
$filerdb
  ->database('dev')
  ->collection('users')
  ->filter(['username' => 'test'])
  ->update([
    'username' => 'test2'
  ]);

Deleting a document

// Specific document
$filerdb
  ->database('dev')
  ->collection('users')
  ->id('asdfwegd')
  ->delete();

// With filters
$filerdb
  ->database('dev')
  ->collection('users')
  ->filter(['username' => 'test'])
  ->delete();

Retrieving all documents

$filerdb->database('dev')->collection('users')->all()

Retrieving document by id

$filerdb
  ->database('dev')
  ->collection('users')
  ->id('asdf23g')
  ->get();

Retrieving document by filters

// Get users with username of test and greater than age of 10.
$filerdb
  ->database('dev')
  ->collection('users')
  ->filter(['username' => 'test'])
  ->filter([ ['age', '>', '10'] ])
  ->get();

Specify fields that come back in response

// Only returns the username field
$filerdb
  ->database('dev')
  ->collection('users')
  ->get(['username']);

Ordering documents by a field

// Get users with username of test and greater than age of 10.
$filerdb
  ->database('dev')
  ->collection('users')
  ->orderBy('username', 'asc')
  ->get();

Limiting number of documents

// Pull upto 10 documents
$filerdb
  ->database('dev')
  ->collection('users')
  ->limit(10)
  ->get();

Offsetting documents

// Pull upto 10 documents, but start at the
// 9th array key.
$filerdb
  ->database('dev')
  ->collection('users')
  ->limit(10, 9)
  ->get();

Backups

You can now programmatically backup your database. You can do so by using the following code:

$filerdb->backup->create('file_name_here.zip');

This was provided so you can manually backup your database via your own command line script, or automatically via a cron job, or something similar.