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Object

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Super Object that can handle everything you throw at him...

Install

Via Composer

$ composer require masnathan/object

Usage

use MASNathan\SuperObject;

$object = new SuperObject();
$object->setMode('live');
$object->set('mode', 'live');
$object->mode = 'live';
$object['mode'] = 'live';

echo $object->getAppMode() // 'live'
echo $object->get('app_mode') // 'live'
echo $object->app_mode // 'live'
echo $object['mode'] // 'live'

So... let's suppose you have an array like this:

$myBigDataArray = array(
	'details' => array(
		'first_name' => 'André',
		'last_name' => 'Filipe',
		'email' => 'andre.r.flip@gmail.com',
		'social' => array(
			'github' => 'https://github.com/MASNathan',
			'twitter' => 'https://twitter.com/masnathan'
		)
	),
	'account_info' => array(
		'admin' => true,
		'last_login' => 2015-06-13 13:37:00
	)
	'cart_items' => array(
		array('id' => 1337),
		// (...)
	)
);

Using the SuperObject class you can access it's information like this:

$object = new SuperObject($myBigDataArray);

echo $object->getDetails()->getFirstName(); // 'André'
$object->getDetails()->isLastName('Roque'); // false
echo $object->getDetails()->getSocial()->getGithub(); // 'https://github.com/MASNathan'
echo $object->getDetails()->getSocial()->getFacebook(); // ''
$object->getAccountInfo()->isAdmin(); // true
$object->getAccountInfo()->unsetLastLogin(); // unsets $myBigDataArray['account_info']['last_login']

foreach ($object->getCartItems() as $item) {
	echo $item->getId(); // 1337
}

You can also retrive the contents of the SuperObject as an array or a StdClass:

$object->toArray(); // array( ... )
$object->toObject(); // StdClass( ... )

And even serialize/ deserialize the object

unserialize(serialize($object));
// or as json
json_decode(json_encode($object));

Change log

Please see CHANGELOG for more information what has changed recently.

Testing

$ composer test

Contributing

Please see CONTRIBUTING for details.

Security

If you discover any security related issues, please email andre.r.flip@gmail.com instead of using the issue tracker.

Credits

License

The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information.

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