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Note: This framework is not stable yet.

Introduction

Aphiria is a suite of small, decoupled PHP libraries that make up a REST API framework. It simplifies content negotiation without bleeding into your code, allowing you to write expressive code. Aphiria also provides the following functionality out of the box:

// Define some controller endpoints
#[RouteGroup('/users')]
class UserController extends Controller
{
    public function __construct(private IUserService $users) {}

    #[Post('')]
    public function createUser(User $user): IHttpResponse
    {
        $this->users->create($user);
        
        return $this->created("/users/{$user->id}", $user);
    }

    #[Get('/:id')]
    #[AuthorizeRoles('admin')]
    public function getUserById(int $id): User
    {
        return $this->users->getById($id);
    }
}

// Bind your dependency
$container->bindInstance(IUserService::class, new UserService());

// Run an integration test
$this->post('/users', new User(1, 'Dave'));
$this->assertParsedBodyEquals(new User(1, 'Dave'), $this->get('/users/1'));

Installation

Create an Aphiria app via Composer:

composer create-project aphiria/app --prefer-dist --stability dev

Refer to the documentation for more details.

Documentation

Full documentation is available at the Aphiria website.

Requirements

  • PHP 8.1

Contributing

We appreciate any and all contributions to Aphiria. Please read the documentation to learn how to contribute.

Community

If you have general questions or comments about Aphiria, join our GitHub Discussions.

Directory Structure

Aphiria is organized as a monorepo. Each library is contained in src/{library}, and contains src and tests directories.

License

This software is licensed under the MIT license. Please read the LICENSE for more information.

Author

Aphiria was created and primarily written by David Young.