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README.md

FlameCore EventObserver

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This library allows you to watch events and react to them.

Usage instructions and more information can be found in our Wiki.

Getting Started

Create a new Responder object which holds the event listeners:

$responder = new Responder();
$responder->setListener('action.event', function (array $data, $event) {
    print_r($data);
});

Create a new Observer object and give it some actions to react to:

$observer = new Observer();
$observer->addResponder('action', $responder);

Notify the Observer of events (optionally with data):

$observer->notify('action.event');
$observer->notify('action.event', ['some_data' => 123.4]);

Installation

Install via Composer

Create a file called composer.json in your project directory and put the following into it:

{
    "require": {
        "flamecore/event-observer": "1.0.*"
    }
}

Install Composer if you don't already have it present on your system:

$ curl -sS https://getcomposer.org/installer | php

Use Composer to download the vendor libraries and generate the vendor/autoload.php file:

$ php composer.phar install

Include the vendor autoloader and use the classes:

namespace Acme\MyApplication;

use FlameCore\EventObserver\Observer;
use FlameCore\EventObserver\Responder\Responder;

require_once 'vendor/autoload.php';

Requirements

  • You must have at least PHP version 5.4 installed on your system.

Contributors

If you want to contribute, please see the CONTRIBUTING file first.

Thanks to the contributors:

  • Christian Neff (secondtruth)

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