GO AOP PHP and ZF2
This module showcases a simple implementation of Go! AOP PHP into ZendSkelettonApplication of ZF2. It contains the full bootstrapping of ZF2 including a DemoAspect from which you'll be able to learn from.
For more information on different aspects please see the full documentation.
The easiest way to get Go! running with ZF2 is to create a composer project using this repository. You're able to create it as easily as running the following command in your CLI (assuming you have composer installed):
composer create-project -s dev lisachenko/zf2-aspect
The second option would be to clone this repository and run composer install.
git clone https://github.com/lisachenko/zf2-aspect && cd zf2-aspect && composer install
Once you've done this you're good to go and test out the power of Go! within your known ZF2 environment.
Per default this project is running the ZendSkelettonApplication without AOP enabled. To enable AOP all you have to
do is to append
?aspect to your URL. For example
To enable AOP by default with your own aspect, all you need to do is change the contents of
<?php /** * This makes our life easier when dealing with paths. Everything is relative * to the application root now. */ chdir(dirname(__DIR__)); // Setup autoloading require 'init_aspect.php'; // Run the application! Zend\Mvc\Application::init(require 'config/application.config.php')->run();
You should only do this for your own aspects though. The DemoAspect will match every function call and will echo its
hook. So disable the DemoAspect in
aspect/DemoAspectKernel.php and you're good to go.