Author: Manuel Lemos
Updated on: 2022-09-29
Posted on: 2022-09-29
Package: Potato Service
This package uses this possibility to implement an MVC framework that developers can use to configure HTTP request routes using route classes that comment attributes that define the details of the routing of HTTP requests to controller classes.
This way, developers can define the PHP application HTTP request routing configuration in the same class file that implements the routing code.
This possibility makes it easier to maintain complex PHP applications because it avoids the need to define routing PHP code in a separate file from the routing configuration.
About the Potato Service Package
The basic purpose is: Framework that extracts route details from classes
Here follows in more detail what it does:
This package provides a framework that extracts route details from classes.
It implements the Command Query Responsibility Segregation pattern (CQRS) by parsing the routing information to route HTTP requests that match route pattern parameters defined in comments of the application route classes.
This framework uses PHP reflection to parse the application route classes comments and extract route details like the route:
- HTTP request type
- Name of the controller class and function name that will handle the routed request
- Required request headers
The framework can also validate the request parameters according to rules that applications define in map request classes.
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