HTTP component for Icicle
Latest commit 13c5b45 Nov 22, 2016 @oleksii-dmytrenko oleksii-dmytrenko committed with sagebind Fix example in readme (#24)
example from readme fails with errors:
1. Declaration of class@anonymous::onError(int $code, Icicle\Socket\Socket $socket) must be compatible with Icicle\Http\Server\RequestHandler::onError($code, Icicle\Socket\Socket $socket)
2. A Icicle\Http\Message\Response object was not returned from :onRequest().

HTTP for Icicle

Asynchronous, non-blocking HTTP/1.1 client and server.

This library is a component for Icicle that provides an HTTP/1.1 server and client implementations. Like other Icicle components, this library uses Coroutines built from Awaitables and Generators to make writing asynchronous code more like writing synchronous code.

Build Status Coverage Status Semantic Version MIT License @icicleio on Twitter

Documentation and Support

  • PHP 5.5+ for v0.3.x branch (current stable) and v1.x branch (mirrors current stable)
  • PHP 7 for v2.0 (master) branch supporting generator delegation and return expressions

The recommended way to install is with the Composer package manager. (See the Composer installation guide for information on installing and using Composer.)

Run the following command to use this library in your project:

composer require icicleio/http

You can also manually edit composer.json to add this library as a project requirement.

// composer.json
    "require": {
        "icicleio/http": "^0.3"


The example below creates a simple HTTP server that responds with Hello, world! to every request.

#!/usr/bin/env php

require '/vendor/autoload.php';

use Icicle\Http\Message\{BasicResponse, Request, Response};
use Icicle\Http\Server\{RequestHandler, Server};
use Icicle\Socket\Socket;
use Icicle\Loop;

$server = new Server(new class implements RequestHandler {
    public function onRequest(Request $request, Socket $socket)
        $response = new BasicResponse(Response::OK, [
            'Content-Type' => 'text/plain',

        yield from $response->getBody()->end('Hello, world!');

        yield $response;

    public function onError($code, Socket $socket)
        return new BasicResponse($code);