Chevere Http

Clean and typed strict HTTP components.

rodber   GitHub

New from Chevere is the Http package. This software provides tooling for building HTTP components.

# Http Controller

The Http Controller is built on top of the Controller component and it enables to define the I/O of an HTTP endpoint, with support for query string, body, file uploads and path variables, which can be hinted using StringAttr attribute.

use Chevere\Attribute\StringRegex;
use Chevere\Http\Controller;

class MyController extends Controller
    public function run(
        string $id
    ): array
        return [];

# Attributes

The Http package provides general use-case attributes, designed to be used at both Controller and Middleware.

With attributes is easier to separate concerns and to drive tailored system needs.

# Header attribute

With the Header attribute you can define multiple response header lines:

use Chevere\Http\Attributes\Header;

    Header('Content-Disposition', 'attachment'),
    Header('Content-Type', 'application/json')

Use function classHeaders to get a list of Header attributes for a given class.

# Status attribute

With the Status attribute you can indicate response status codes:

use Chevere\Http\Attributes\Status;

#[Status(200, 404)]

Use function classStatus to get a the Status attribute for a given class.

# Exceptions

The Http package provides exceptions for both Http Controller and Middleware with ControllerException and MiddlewareException respectively.

I added these because I don't like using middleware to stop a request by returning a new response as I prefer throwing a known exception at the affected concern. This enables to drop an unwanted extra responsibility.

# Learn more

Head over to the documentation and check the source at GitHub.

Rodolfo blogging since 2012.