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PhpMimeType v2

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PhpMimeType

Simple PHP class for guessing file mime type based on file extension with ability to use in Symfony project.

Install

composer require "dfridrich/php-mime-type:^2"

Usage

Basic usage

<?php

// from string, can be used on non-existing files
echo \Defr\PhpMimeType\MimeType::get('index.php'); // outputs text/html

// from SplFileInfo
echo \Defr\PhpMimeType\MimeType::get(new \SplFileInfo('Video.avi')); // outputs text/html

// from SplFileObject
echo \Defr\PhpMimeType\MimeType::get(new \SplFileObject('Image.JPEG')); // outputs image/jpeg

// from string
echo \Defr\PhpMimeType\MimeType::get('someStrange.extension'); // outputs application/octet-stream

// Multiple files
$files = ['index.php', new \SplFileInfo('Video.avi'), new \SplFileObject('example.php')];
/** @var \Defr\PhpMimeType\MimeTypeInfo[] $mimeTypes */
$mimeTypes = \Defr\PhpMimeType\MimeType::multiple($files);

foreach ($mimeTypes as $mimeType) {
    echo sprintf('File "%s" is mime type "%s"', $mimeType->getFileName(), $mimeType->getMimeType()).'<br>';
}

// Guess FontAwesome icon
echo \Defr\PhpMimeType\MimeType::getFontAwesomeIcon('test.pdf'); // fa fa-file-pdf-o
// ...with fixed width icon
echo \Defr\PhpMimeType\MimeType::getFontAwesomeIcon('test.pdf', true); // fa fa-file-pdf-o fa-fw

Symfony response

If you want to use Symfony response feature, install HTTP Foundation package too.

composer require symfony/http-foundation

Just pass the file name or SPL object to response method and you will get Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Response object. Disposition is attachment by default, you can chage it to inline or use Symfony ResponseHeaderBag's constants DISPOSITION_ATTACHMENT or DISPOSITION_INLINE.

<?php

// Return response to download this file as attachment (default)
$response = \Defr\PhpMimeType\MimeType::response(__FILE__);
$response->send();

// Return response to download this file inline
$response = \Defr\PhpMimeType\MimeType::response(__FILE__, \Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\ResponseHeaderBag::DISPOSITION_INLINE);
$response->send();

// You can use FileAsResponse object too (and own file name)
$response = \Defr\PhpMimeType\FileAsResponse::get(__FILE__, null, "my-own-file-name.txt");
$response->send();

// Or directly send it to browser
$response = \Defr\PhpMimeType\FileAsResponse::send(__FILE__);

More examples and documentation

See more examples.

API documentation can be found here.

Testing

composer test

Credits

Contributors

Thanks to...

  • freepik.com - it provided photo in logo
  • svogal - this guy inspired me to create this library
  • colemanw - his gist inspired me to add FontAwesome support

License

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