tobento/service-autowire

Autowiring for PSR-11 containers.

1.0.7 2022-04-19 15:20 UTC

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Last update: 2022-07-19 15:49:03 UTC


README

The Autowire Service provides autowiring for PSR-11 containers.

Table of Contents

Getting started

Add the latest version of the autowire service running this command.

composer require tobento/service-autowire

Requirements

  • PHP 8.0 or greater

Highlights

  • Framework-agnostic, will work with any project

Simple Example

Here is a simple example of how to use the Autowire service.

use Tobento\Service\Autowire\Autowire;

// Autowiring an object
$foo = (new Autowire($container))->resolve(Foo::class);

// Call method using autowiring
$value = (new Autowire($container))->call([Foo::class, 'method']);

Documentation

Resolve

Define any build-in parameters which are not resolvable, either by parameter name or position.

use Tobento\Service\Autowire\Autowire;

// By name
$foo = (new Autowire($container))->resolve(Foo::class, ['name' => 'value']);

// By position
$foo = (new Autowire($container))->resolve(Foo::class, [2 => 'value']);

You might use a try/catch block:

use Tobento\Service\Autowire\Autowire;
use Tobento\Service\Autowire\AutowireException;

try {
    $foo = (new Autowire($container))->resolve([Foo::class, 'method']);
} catch (AutowireException $e) {
    // not resolvable
}

Call

Define any build-in parameters which are not resolvable, either by parameter name or position.

use Tobento\Service\Autowire\Autowire;

// Using array callable
$value = (new Autowire($container))->call([Foo::class, 'method'], ['name' => 'value']);

// Using closure
$value = (new Autowire($container))->call(function(Foo $foo, $name) {
    return $name;
}, ['name' => 'value']);

var_dump($value); // string(5) "value"

// Using class with __invoke
$value = (new Autowire($container))->call(Invokable::class, ['name' => 'value']);

// Using Class::method syntax
$value = (new Autowire($container))->call('Foo::method', ['name' => 'value']);

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