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Fresa

πŸ“ Developing WordPress should be sweet.

Use Fresa in your plugins and themes to make interacting with the WordPress ecosystem friendly and fast.

Tested on WordPress 4.8 and requires PHP 7+. Your mileage may vary.

use Fresa\PostModel;

class Event extends PostModel
{
    $postType = 'my_custom_post_type';
}

Register your custom post types in one line:

Event::register();

Interact with your post in an object-oriented fashion:

$event = new Event;
$event->title = 'Hello World.';
$event->venue = 'Times Square';
$event->save();

echo $event->id; // 1
echo $event->venue; // 'Times Square';
// Same as get_post_meta(1, 'venue', true);

And perform queries through a fluent interface:

$event = Event::find(1);
$events = Event::where('venue', 'Times Square')
                ->order('date', 'asc')
                ->limit(5)
                ->offset(5)
                ->get();

Queries return a Collection instance:

$events->each(function($event) {
    echo $event->title;
});

Installation

composer require jplhomer/fresa

Read the full documentation here.

Development

composer install

Running Tests

First, set up the required WordPress testing library on your machine:

# Replace db-name, db-user, db-pass with arguments of a database to be created
# If you already have a database, pass `true` to the last argument, e.g.
# wptests root '' 127.0.0.1 latest true
./bin/install-wp-tests.sh <db-name> <db-user> <db-pass> [db-host] [wp-version] [skip-database-creation]

Run tests using PHPUnit:

vendor/bin/phpunit