ProAI / lumen-annotations by markusjwetzel

Route and event binding annotations for Laravel Lumen
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Maintainer Username: markusjwetzel
Maintainer Contact: markuswetzel@gmx.net (Markus J. Wetzel)
Package Create Date: 2015-11-25
Package Last Update: 2019-11-22
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Language: PHP
License: MIT
Last Refreshed: 2021-05-05 15:12:32
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Lumen Annotations

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This package enables annotations in Laravel Lumen to define routes and event bindings.

Installation

Lumen Annotations is distributed as a composer package. So you first have to add the package to your composer.json file:

"proai/lumen-annotations": "~1.0"

Then you have to run composer update to install the package. Once this is completed, you have to add the service provider in bootstrap/app.php:

$app->register(ProAI\Annotations\AnnotationsServiceProvider::class);

Copy config/annotations.php from this package to your configuration directory to use a custom configuration file.

Include generated routes

Once you have run php artisan route:scan (see below), you have to include the generated routes.php file in your bootstrap/app.php file:

require __DIR__.'/../storage/framework/routes.php';
Include generated event bindings

After you have executed php artisan event:scan (see below), you have to add the service provider to the providers array in config/app.php:

'ProAI\Annotations\EventServiceProvider'

Usage

By using annotations you can define your routes directly in your controller classes and your event bindings directly in your event handlers (see examples for usage of annotations).

Class Annotations

For routes:

Annotation | Description --- | --- @Controller | This annotation must be set to indicate that the class is a controller class. Optional parameters prefix and middleware. @Resource | First parameter is resource name. Optional parameters only and except. @Middleware | First parameter is middleware name.

For events:

Annotation | Description --- | --- @Hears | This annotation binds an event handler class to an event.

Method Annotations

For routes:

Annotation | Description --- | --- @Get,@Post,@Options,@Put,@Patch,@Delete,@Any | First parameter is route url. Optional parameters as and middleware. @Middleware | First parameter is middleware name.

Commands

After you have defined the routes and event bindings via annotations, you have to run the scan command:

  • Use php artisan route:scan to register all routes.
  • Use php artisan route:clear to clear the registered routes.
  • Use php artisan event:scan to register all event bindings.
  • Use php artisan event:clear to clear the registered events.

Examples

Example #1
<?php

namespace App\Http\Controllers;

use ProAI\Annotations\Annotations as Route;

/**
 * Class annotation for UserController (belongs to all class methods).
 *
 * @Route\Controller(prefix="admin")
 */
class UserController
{
    /**
     * Method annotations for showProfile() method.
     *
     * @Route\Get("/profiles/{id}", as="profiles.show")
     * @Route\Middleware("auth")
     */
    public function showProfile()
    {
      return view('profile');
    }

}
Example #2
<?php

namespace App\Http\Controllers;

use ProAI\Annotations\Annotations as Route;

/**
 * Class annotations for resource controller CommentController (belongs to all class methods).
 *
 * @Route\Controller
 * @Route\Resource("comments", only={"create", "index", "show"})
 * @Route\Middleware("auth")
 */
class CommentController
{
    ...
}
Example #3
<?php

namespace App\Handlers\Events;

use ProAI\Annotations\Annotations\Hears;

/**
 * Annotation for event binding.
 *
 * @Hears("UserWasRegistered")
 */
class SendWelcomeMail
{
    ...
}

Support

Bugs and feature requests are tracked on GitHub.

License

This package is released under the MIT License.