This package is abandoned and no longer maintained. The author suggests using the NanneHuiges/JSend package instead.

A simple PHP implementation of the JSend specification.

v1.2.1 2015-12-14 07:43 UTC


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A simple PHP implementation of the JSend specification.


use JSend\JSendResponse;

New response

$success = new JSendResponse('success', $data);
$fail = new JSendResponse('fail', $data);
$error = new JSendResponse('error', $data, 'Not cool.', 9001);
$success = JSendResponse::success($data);
$fail = JSendResponse::fail($data);
$error = JSendResponse::error('Not cool.', 9001, $data);

Note: an InvalidJSendException is thrown if the status is invalid or if you're creating an error without a message.

Convert JSendResponse to JSON

__toString() is overridden to encode JSON automatically.

$json = $success->encode();
$json = (string) $success;

Convert JSON to JSendResponse

try {
    $response = JSendResponse::decode($json);
} catch (InvalidJSendException $e) {
    echo "You done gone passed me invalid JSend.";

Send JSON as HTTP Response

This sets the Content-Type header to application/json and spits out the JSON.

$jsend = new JSendResponse('success', $data);

Get info

$isSuccess = $response->isSuccess();
$isError = $response->isError();
$isFail = $response->isFail();
$status = $response->getStatus();
$data = $response->getData();
$array = $response->asArray();

Additionally, you can call the following methods on an error. A BadMethodCallException is thrown if the status is not error, so check first.

if ($response->isError()) {
    $code = $response->getErrorCode;
    $message = $response->getErrorMessage;


The library was written by Jamie Schembri. It has been transfered to the current account Nanne Huiges in december 2015.