PHP-RBAC is an authorization library for PHP. It provides developers with NIST Level 2 Standard Role Based Access Control and more, in the fastest implementation yet.
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#PHP-RBAC v2.x

PHP-RBAC is an authorization library for PHP. It provides developers with NIST Level 2 Hierarchical Role Based Access Control and more, in the fastest implementation yet.

Current Stable Release: PHP-RBAC v2.0

##Connect With Us

##What is an Rbac System?

Take a look at the "Before You Begin" section of our Documentation to learn what an RBAC system is and what PHP-RBAC has to offer you and your project.

##NIST Level 2 Compliance

For information regarding NIST RBAC Levels, please see This Paper.

For more great resources see the NIST RBAC Group Page.

##Installation

You can now use Composer to install the PHP-RBAC code base.

For Installation Instructions please refer to the "Getting Started" section of our Documentation.

##Usage##

Instantiating a PHP-RBAC Object

With a 'use' statement:

    use PhpRbac;
    
    $rbac = new Rbac();

Without a 'use' statement, outside of a namespace:

    $rbac = new PhpRbac\Rbac();

Without a 'use' statement, inside of another namespace (notice the leading backslash):

    $rbac = new \PhpRbac\Rbac();

##PHP-RBAC and PSR

PHP-RBAC's Public API is now fully PSR-0, PSR-1 and PSR-2 compliant.

You can now:

  • Use Composer to install/update PHP-RBAC
  • Use any PSR-0 compliant autoloader with PHP-RBAC
  • Use the included autoloader to load PHP-RBAC

If you notice any conflicts with PSR compliance please Submit an Issue.

##The future of PHP-RBAC

We are in the process of refactoring the PHP-RBAC internals. We have two goals in mind while doing this:

With a PSR compliant Public API already in place we can continue to work towards our goals one piece at a time without altering the Public API that developers are working with and rely on, making the transition as seamless and invisible as possible.

##Contributing##

We welcome all contributions that will help make PHP-RBAC even better tomorrow than it is today!

Please visit the PHP-RBAC Wiki to learn about our development process and workflow.

###How You Can Help