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caridea-auth

Caridea is a miniscule PHP application library. This shrimpy fellow is what you'd use when you just want some helping hands and not a full-blown framework.

This is its authentication component. It provides a way to authenticate principals and store their identity. It will broadcast authentication events for any listeners. It works with any implementation of PSR-7.

Included are three adapters for authentication through MongoDB, PDO, and X.509 client SSL certificates. You can easily write your own adapter for other authentication sources like IMAP, LDAP, or OAuth2.

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Installation

You can install this library using Composer:

$ composer require caridea/auth
  • The master branch (version 3.x) of this project requires PHP 7.1 and depends on caridea/event, caridea/session, psr/log, and psr/http-message.
  • Version 2.x of this project requires PHP 7.0 and depends on caridea/event, caridea/session, psr/log, and psr/http-message.
  • Version 1.x of this project requires PHP 5.5 and depends on caridea/event, caridea/session, psr/log, and psr/http-message.

Compliance

Releases of this library will conform to Semantic Versioning.

Our code is intended to comply with PSR-1, PSR-2, and PSR-4. If you find any issues related to standards compliance, please send a pull request!

Documentation

Examples

Just a few quick examples.

Login

// Let's say $session is a \Caridea\Session\Session, such as \Caridea\Session\NativeSession
// Let's say $publisher is a \Caridea\Event\Publisher, such as \Caridea\Container\Objects
$service = new \Caridea\Auth\Service($session, $publisher);

// Let's say $collection is a \MongoCollection
$adapter = new \Caridea\Auth\Adapter\Mongo($collection, 'username', 'password');

// Let's say $request is a \Psr\Http\Message\RequestInterface
if ($service->login($request, $adapter)) {
    $principal = $service->getPrincipal();
    $username = $principal->getUsername();
    $details = $principal->getDetails());

    // $details = [
    //    'id' => '1234567890',
    //    'ua' => 'Mozilla/5.0',
    //    'ip' => '192.168.1.1'
    // ];
}

Upon login, Service will broadcast a Caridea\Auth\Event\Login if $publisher has been set.

Resume

// Let's say $session is a \Caridea\Session\Session, such as \Caridea\Session\NativeSession
// Let's say $publisher is a \Caridea\Event\Publisher, such as \Caridea\Container\Objects
$service = new \Caridea\Auth\Service($session, $publisher);

if ($service->resume()) {
    $principal = $service->getPrincipal();
}

Upon resume, Service will broadcast a Caridea\Auth\Event\Resume if $publisher has been set.

Logout

// Let's say $session is a \Caridea\Session\Session, such as \Caridea\Session\NativeSession
// Let's say $publisher is a \Caridea\Event\Publisher, such as \Caridea\Container\Objects
$service = new \Caridea\Auth\Service($session, $publisher);

// Let's say $collection is a \MongoCollection
$adapter = new \Caridea\Auth\Adapter\Mongo($collection, 'username', 'password');

if ($service->logout()) {
    // anonymous!
}

Upon login, Service will broadcast a Caridea\Auth\Event\Logout if $publisher has been set.

Login Timeout

A component has been included, the TimeoutListener which can be registered in a Caridea\Event\Publisher.

It listens for Caridea\Auth\Event\Resume and will log out a user if an authenticated session has either gone on too long or has been idle for too long.