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Sonno - A RESTful PHP Framework!

Sonno is a lightweight PHP framework based loosely on Jersey, a Java ReST framework reference implementation of the JAX-RS specification.

Plain-Old-PHP objects are configured with a set of annotations describing a set of Resources.

<?php

namespace Sonno\Example\Resource;

use Sonno\Http\Response\Response,
    Sonno\Annotation\Path,
    Sonno\Annotation\GET,
    Sonno\Annotation\POST,
    Sonno\Annotation\Context,
    Sonno\Annotation\Produces,
    Sonno\Annotation\Consumes,
    Sonno\Annotation\PathParam,
    Sonno\Example\Representation\User\Collection as UserCollection;

/**
 * @Path("/")
 */
class HelloResource
{
    /**
     * @Context("Request")
     */
    protected $_request;

    /**
     * @GET
     * @Produces({"text/plain"})
     */
    public function getHelloWorld()
    {
        return 'Hello ReSTful World!';
    }

    /**
     * @GET
     * @Path("/users")
     * @Produces({"application/xml"})
     */
    public function getUserCollection()
    {
        return new UserCollection('application/xml');
    }

    /**
     * @POST
     * @Path("/users")
     * @Consumes({"application/xml"})
     */
    public function saveUserXml()
    {
        // Retrieve the request body.
        $data = $this->_request->getRequestBody();

        // ... Do some processing of $data, then save it...

        $response = new Response();
        return $response->setCreated('http://example.sonno.dev/users/10');
    }
}

License

Sonno is licensed under the New BSD license. A copy can be found here: http://sonno.360i.com/LICENSE.txt

Dependencies

The current version of Sonno supports configuring a ReSTful web application via annotations. Rather than reinvent the wheel and develop our own annotation reader, we've provided interfaces and adapters. The adapter that ships with this version uses Doctrine-Common version >= 2.1.1. That's not to say that any developer couldn't implement their own annotation reader, then build an adapter that implements Sonno\Annotation\Reader\ReaderInterface.

Here's an example of how a Sonno application can be configured using Doctrine's annotation reader:

<?php

use Sonno\Configuration\Driver\AnnotationDriver,
    Sonno\Annotation\Reader\DoctrineReader,
    Doctrine\Common\Annotations\AnnotationReader,
    Doctrine\Common\Annotations\AnnotationRegistry;

$doctrineReader = new AnnotationReader();
AnnotationRegistry::registerAutoloadNamespace(
    'Sonno\Annotation',
    realpath('path/to/Sonno/src')
);

$annotationReader = new DoctrineReader($doctrineReader);
$resources = array(
    'FQNS\To\SomeResource',
    'FQNS\To\SomeOtherResource',
);

$driver = new AnnotationDriver($resources, $annotationReader);
$config = $driver->parseConfig();

Summary of Annotations

Annotation Target Description
@Path Class, Method Specifies a relative path for a resource. When used on a class this annotation identifies that class as a root resource. When used on a method this annotation identifies a sub-resource method or locator.
@Consumes Class, Method Specifies a list of media types that can be consumed.
@Produces Class, Method Specifies a list of media types that can be produced.
@Context Property Identifies an injection target for a Request object.
@DELETE Method Specifies that the annotated method handles HTTP DELETE requests.
@GET Method Specifies that the annotated method handles HTTP GET requests.
@HEAD Method Specifies that the annotated method handles HTTP HEAD requests.
@OPTIONS Method Specifies that the annotated method handles HTTP OPTIONS requests.
@POST Method Specifies that the annotated method handles HTTP POST requests.
@PUT Method Specifies that the annotated method handles HTTP PUT requests.
@PathParam Method Specifies that the value of a method parameter is to be extracted from the request URI path. The value of the annotation identifies the name of a URI template parameter.
@QueryParam Method Specifies that the value of a method parameter is to be extracted from a URI query parameter. The value of the annotation identifies the name of a query parameter.
@CookieParam Method Specifies that the value of a method parameter is to be extracted from a HTTP cookie. The value of the annotation identifies the name of a the cookie.
@FormParam Method Specifies that the value of a method parameter is to be extracted from a form parameter in a request entity body. The value of the annotation identifies the name of a form parameter. Note that whilst the annotation target allows use on fields and methods, the specification only requires support for use on resource method parameters.
@HeaderParam Method Specifies that the value of a method parameter is to be extracted from a HTTP header. The value of the annotation identifies the name of a HTTP header.

Contribution Guidelines

Coding Standard

We strictly adhere to the Zend Framework coding standard. Before pushing to the origin, you should run PHP_CodeSniffer: $ phpcs --standard=zend src. All errors and warnings should be cleaned up before making a pull request.

Add Test Cases

We try to keep our Code Coverage high and our CRAP index low. Before submitting a pull request, run the PHPUnit test suite and ensure that all tests pass. If you add functionality or fix a bug, please include test cases to cover the code you've sumitted.

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