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README.md

Buzy is an HTTP client for PHP built on top of Symfony2 components

This is a work in progress project. The goal is to build an efficient and robust library on top of Symfony2 HttpFoundation (Request and Response).

Unit tested with PHPUnit Build Status

Todo:

  • HTTP cache listener to skip not necessary requests.
  • CURL client
  • Proxy support
  • History listener
  • Logger listener

Requirements

  • PHP 5.3 +
  • Symfony HttpFoundation
  • Symfony EventDispatcher
  • Symfony BrowserKit (for CookieJar)
  • Curl Extension (not yet)

Usage


$browser = new Buzy\Browser();
$response = $browser->get('http://www.google.com');

echo $response;

You can also use the low-level HTTP classes directly.


$request = Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Request::create('http://google.com', 'GET');
$response = new Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Response();

$client = new Buzy\Client\FileGetContents();
$client->send($request, $response);

echo $request;
echo $response;

Simple reverse proxy

With this 5 lines of code, you can re-send a request and transfert the response.


use Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Request;
use Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Response;
use Buzy\Browser;

$request = Request::createFromGlobals();
$request->server->set('HTTP_HOST', 'internal-server');

$browser = new Browser();

$response = $browser->send($request);

$response->send();

// The response is sent back to the client

Licence

Original code base is extracted from Buzz library written by Kris Wallsmith.

This library is shared under MIT licence. See LICENCE file.

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