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VoodOrm is a micro-ORM which functions as both a fluent select query API and a CRUD model class. VoodOrm is built on top of PDO and is well fit for small to mid-sized projects, where the emphasis is on simplicity and rapid development rather than infinite flexibility and features. VoodOrm works easily with table relationship. And offers api that…

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VoodOrm 2.x.x

A simple micro-ORM that stays out of your way


Name: VoodOrm

License: MIT

Author: Mardix

Version : 2.x.x

Requirements: PHP >= 5.4, PDO


About Voodoo!

VoodOrm is a micro-ORM which functions as both a fluent select query API and a CRUD model class.

VoodOrm is built on top of PDO and is well fit for small to mid-sized projects, where the emphasis is on simplicity and rapid development rather than infinite flexibility and features. VoodOrm works easily with table relationship. And offers api that gets SQL out of your way


Features

  • PDO and prepared statements
  • Fluent Query
  • Relationship
  • Joins
  • Aggregation
  • Query debugger and query profiler
  • Active Record pattern

Requirements

  • PHP >= 5.4
  • PDO

Error Reporting

VoodOrm does not escalate errors. Non-existing table produces SQL error that is reported by PDO conforming to PDO::ATTR_ERRMODE. Non-existing columns produces the same E_NOTICE as an attempt to access non-existing key in array.

What it doesn't do.

We believe it's best if certain stuff is kept to the developer to do, like caching or data validation. Also data validation can be done at the database level.

  • No models or entities generation
  • No data validation
  • No caching
  • No database migration

Install VoodOrm

You can just download VoodOrm as is, or with Composer.

To install with composer, add the following in the require key in your composer.json file

"voodoophp/voodorm": "2.*"

composer.json

{
    "name": "voodoophp/myapp",
    "description": "My awesome Voodoo App",
    "require": {
        "voodoophp/voodorm": "2.*"
    }
}

Working with VoodOrm


new VoodOrm( PDO $pdo )

To get started with VoodOrm, you have to setup the PDO connection. We'll be using the variable $DB as the database connection, $users as the table, $friends as another table throughout this whole tutorial

$pdo = new PDO("mysql:host=localhost;dbname=$dbname", $username, $password);
$pdo->setAttribute(PDO::ATTR_ERRMODE, PDO::ERRMODE_EXCEPTION);
$DB = new VoodOrm($pdo);

VoodOrm VoodOrm::table( string $tablename )

To connect to a table is straight forward by calling the method VoodOrm::table()

$users = $DB->table('users');

You can also set the table by calling the table as a method. The above can be also written like this

$users = $DB->users();
$friends = $DB->friends();

From there you will be able able to do any CRUD on the table with VoodOrm fluent query interface


Data Modification

VoodOrm supports data modification (insert, update and delete). No data validation is performed by VoodOrm but all database errors are reported by the standard PDO error reporting. For data validation, we believe it's best to validate your data at the database level or application level


mixed VoodOrm::insert( Array $data )

To insert data in the table, use the insert(Array $data) where $data can be a one dimentional array to insert just one entry, or a muliple arrays to do mass insert.

If a single row was inserted, it will return the active record of the created object. Otherwise it will return the total entries inserted

For a single entry:

$user = $users->insert(array(
                "name" => "Mardix",
                "age" => 30, 
                "city" => "Charlotte",
                "state" => "NC",
                "device" => "mobile",
                "timestamp" => $DB->NOW()
            ));

Returns the VoodOrm active record instance of this entry where you can use $user->name or $user->city. We'll be able to do more later.

For a mass insert:

$massInserts = $users->insert(array(
                    array(
                         "name" => "Mardix",
                         "city" => "Charlotte",
                         "state" => "NC",
                         "device" => "mobile",
                         "timestamp" => $DB->NOW()
                    ),
                    array(
                         "name" => "Cesar",
                         "city" => "Atlanta",
                         "state" => "GA",
                         "device" => "mobile",
                         "timestamp" => $DB->NOW()
                    ),
                    array(
                         "name" => "Gaga",
                         "city" => "Port-au-Prince",
                         "state" => "HT",
                         "device" => "computer",
                         "timestamp" => $DB->NOW()
                    ),
                ));

returns the total entries that were inserted


mixed VoodOrm::update(Array $data)

There are two ways to update entries in VoodOrm, 1) by using the active record pattern for a fetched row, or 2) by using a where query to specify where to update. Also the method VoodOrm::set($key, $value) can be use to set the data before updating.

For single entry

$user->update(array(
                    "city" => "Raleigh"
                ));

it's the same as

$user->city = "Raleigh";
$user->update();

You can also use save() instead of update()

$user->save();

or with Voodoo::set(Array $data) or Voodoo::set($key, $value)

$user->set('city','Raleigh')->update();

For multiple entries:

For multiple entries we'll use VoodOrm::set() and VoodOrm::where() to specify where to update.

Voodoo::set(Array $data) or Voodoo::set($key, $value)

For mass update, we'll set the data to update using set(Array $data) and where($k, $v)

$user->set(array(
                "country_code" => "US"
        ))
        ->where("device", "mobile")
        ->update();

**There are more fluent where aliases under Fluent Query Interface*


mixed VoodOrm::save()

Save() is a shortcut to VoodOrm::insert() or VoodOrm::update()

To insert new data:

$user = $DB->users();
$user->name = "Mardix";
$user->city = "Charlotte";
$user->save(); 

To update:

$user = $users->findOne(123456);
$user->city = "Atlanta";
$user->save();

int VoodOrm::delete()

To delete entries we'll use the VoodOrm::delete() method

For single entries, by invoking the delete() method it will delete the current entry

$user = $users->reset()->findOne(1234);
$user->delete();

For multiple entries, we will use the VoodOrm::where() method to specify where to delete

$users->where("city", "Charlotte")->delete();

Aggregation

VoodOrm gives you access to aggregation methods on your table


int VoodOrm::count()

To count all the entries based on where clause

$allUsers = $users->count();

$count = $voodorm->where($x, $y)->count();

or for a specific column name

$count = $users->where($x, $y)->count($columnName);

float VoodOrm::max( string $columnName )

To get the max of a $columnName based on where() clause

$max = $users->where($x, $y)->max($columnName);

float VoodOrm::min( string $columnName )

To get the min of a $columnName based on where() clause

$min = $users->where($x, $y)->min($columnName);

float VoodOrm::sum( string $columnName )

To get the sum of a $columnName based on where() clause

$sum = $users->where($x, $y)->sum($columnName);

float VoodOrm::avg( string $columnName )

To get the average of a $columnName based on where() clause

$avg = $users->where($x, $y)->avg($columnName);

mixed VoodOrm::aggregate( string $function )

To run any aggregation function

$agg = $users->where($x, $y)->aggregate('GROUP_CONCAT $columnName');

Querying

VoodOrm provides a fluent interface to enable simple queries to be built without writing a single character of SQL.

Tow methods allow you to get a single entry or multiple entries: findOne() and find(). And fromArray() that load a raw data to the object.


FindOne

VoodOrm VoodOrm::findOne()

findOne() returns VoodOrm instance of a single entry if found, otherwise it will return FALSE.

$user = $users->where('id', 1234)
              ->findOne();

The primary key can be set in the findOne(int $primaryKey) to get the same result as the above query. Meaning no need to have a where() clause.

$user = $users->findOne(1234);

Let's get the entry found:

if ($user) {
    echo " Hello $user->name!";

// On a retrieved entry you can perform update and delete
    $user->last_viewed = $users->NOW();
    $suer->save();
}

Find

ArrayIterator VoodOrm::find()

find() returns an ArrayIterator of the rows found which are instances of VoodOrm, otherwise it will return False.

$allUsers = $users->where('gender', 'male')
                  ->find();

foreach ($allUsers as $user) {
    echo "{$user->name}";

// On a retrieved entry you can perform update and delete
    $user->last_viewed = $users->NOW();
    $user->save();
}

find() also contains a shortcut when it's called in an iteration such as foreach:

$allUsers = $users->where('gender', 'male');

foreach ($allUsers as $user) {
    echo "{$user->name}";

// On a retrieved entry you can perform update and delete
    $user->last_viewed = $users->NOW();
    $suer->save();
}

mixed VoodOrm::find( Closure $callback )

VoodOrm::find() also accept a Closure as a callback to do your own data manipulation. Upon execution, VoodOrm will pass the data found from the query to the closure function.

    $users->where('gender', 'male');

    $results = $users->find(function($data){
        $newResults = array();

        foreach ($data as $d) {
            $d["full_name"] = ucwords("{$data["first_name"]} {$data["last_name"]}");
            $newResults[] = $d;
        }

        return $newResults;
    }); 

FromArray

VoodOrm VoodOrm::fromArray( Array $data )

Unlike find() and findOne() which make a query to the database to retrieve the data, fromArray() loads raw data and returns it as a VoodOrm object. It can be data that is cached into Redis/Memcached, but not coming directly from the database.

$data = [
        "id" => 916,
        "name" => "Jose",
        "last_name" => "Martinez"
        ];

$anotherUser = $users->fromArray($data);

Now you can operate on it

$anotherUse->update(
                    ["name" => "Yolo"]
                );

Fluent Query Builder


Select

VoodOrm VoodOrm::select( $columns = '\'* )

To select the fields in the table. If ommitted, VoodOrm will fetch all the columns.

$users->select()

or with selected columns

$users->select("name, age")
        ->select("last_viewed");

> SELECT name, age, last_viewed

Where

Where allow you to set where clauses for the query. Below you will find many aliases for where

Where clauses work with VoodOrm::find(),VoodOrm::findOne(),VoodOrm::update()andVoodOrm::delete()`

Repetitive call of where or any where aliases will append the where clause to the previous where by using the AND operator. To use the OR operator instead you must call to VoodOrm::_or(). More below.

VoodOrm VoodOrm::where( $condition $parameters = array() )

This is the main where. It is responsible for all the wheres.

$condition is the condition to use. It can contain ? or :name which is bound by PDO to $parameters (so no manual escaping is required).

$parameters is the value(s) to bind to the condition. It can be one array, one associative array or zero or more scalars.

Som examples

$users->where("name", "Mardix");
WHERE name = ?

$users->where("age > ?", 25);
WHERE age > ?

$users->where("name in (?, ?, ?)", "Mike", "Jones", "Rich");
WHERE name IN (?, ?, ?)

$users->where("(field1, field2)", array(array(1, 2), array(3, 4)))
WHERE (field1, field2) IN ((?, ?), (?, ?))

But to facilitate the task, VoodOrm comes with some aliases for common operation:

VoodOrm VoodOrm::wherePK( int $primaryKey )

Where the primary key is set $users->wherePK(1234);

VoodOrm VoodOrm::whereNot( $columnName, $value )

$users->whereNot('age', 24);

WHERE age != ?

VoodOrm VoodOrm::whereLike( $columnName, $value )

$users->whereLike('name', 'w%');

WHERE name LIKE ?

VoodOrm VoodOrm::whereNotLike( $columnName, $value )

$users->whereNotLike('name', 'r%');

WHERE name NOT LIKE ?

VoodOrm VoodOrm::whereGt( $columnName, $value )

$users->whereGt('age', 21);

WHERE age > ?

VoodOrm VoodOrm::whereGte( $columnName, $value )

$users->whereGte('age', 21);

WHERE age >= ?

VoodOrm VoodOrm::whereLt( $columnName, $value )

$users->whereLt('age', 21);

WHERE age < ?

VoodOrm VoodOrm::whereLte( $columnName, $value )

$users->whereLte('age', 21);

WHERE age <= ?

VoodOrm VoodOrm::whereIn( $columnName, Array $value )

$users->whereIn('city', array('Charlotte', 'Atlanta'));

WHERE city IN (?,?)

VoodOrm VoodOrm::whereNotIn( $columnName, Array $value )

$users->whereNotIn('city', array('Chicago', 'Miami'));

WHERE city NOT IN (?,?)

VoodOrm VoodOrm::whereNull( $columnName )

$users->whereNull('city');

WHERE city IS NULL

VoodOrm VoodOrm::whereNotNull( $columnName )

$users->whereNotNull('name');

WHERE city NOT NULL

Where with OR and AND

Building your query, you will want to add AND and OR operator in your where clause. To do so, use VoodOrm::_and() and VoodOrm::_or() chained to any where aliases

VoodOrm VoodOrm::_and()

To add the AND operator in a where query. AND is set by default, if not _and() is not called, VoodOrm will add it by default.

$users->where("city", "Charlotte")->_and()->whereGte("age", 21);

WHERE city = ? AND age >= ?

VoodOrm VoodOrm::_or()

To add the OR operator in a where query.

$users->where("city", "Charlotte")->_or()->whereGte("age", 21)->_or()->where("gender", "female");

WHERE city = ? OR age >= ? OR gender = ?

Where with Wrap()

When building quasi complicated query with multiple set of where, VoodOrm::wrap() group the where together in parenthesis.

VoodOrm VoodOrm::wrap()

$users->where("city", "Charlotte")->whereGte("age", 21)->wrap()
      ->where("gender", "female")->where("city", "Atlanta");

WHERE (city = ? AND age >= ?) AND (gender = ? AND city = ?)

VoodOrm VoodOrm::wrap()->_and()

wrap()->_and() does a union with another grouped where with the AND operator.

$users->where("city", "Charlotte")->whereGte("age", 21)->wrap()->_and()
      ->where("gender", "female")->where("city", "Atlanta");

WHERE (city = ? AND age >= ?) AND (gender = ? AND city = ?)

VoodOrm VoodOrm::wrap()->_or()

wrap()->_or() does a union with another grouped where with the OR operator.

$users->where("city", "Charlotte")->whereGte("age", 21)->wrap()->_or()
      ->where("gender", "female")->where("city", "Atlanta");

WHERE (city = ? AND age >= ?) OR (gender = ? AND city = ?)

wrap()->_and() and wrap()->_or() in the same query

$users->where("id",1)->where("city","charlotte")->wrap()
      ->where("gender","female")->where("country","US")->wrap()
      ->_or()->where("city",array("Charlotte","Atlanta"))->wrap()
      ->_or()->whereLt('age',21)->whereGte("name","Mardix")->wrap();

WHERE (id = ? AND city = ?) 
      AND (gender = ? AND country = ?) 
      OR ((city IN (?, ?))) 
      OR (age < ? AND name >= ?) 

Order, Group, Limit, Offset

VoodOrm VoodOrm::orderBy( $columnName, $ordering )

$users->orderBy('name', 'DESC');

ORDER BY name DESC

VoodOrm VoodOrm::groupBy( $columnName )

$users->groupBy('city');

GROUP BY city

VoodOrm VoodOrm::limit( int $limit )

$users->limit(10);

LIMIT 10

VoodOrm VoodOrm::offset( int $offset )

$users->offset(10);

OFFSET 10

Joins

VoodOrm VoodOrm::join( $tablename, $constraint, $table_alias , $join_operator )

$users->join('friends', 'f.user_id = u.id', 'f')

JOIN friends AS f ON f.user_id = u.id

VoodOrm VoodOrm::leftJoin( $tablename, $constraint, $table_alias )

$users->leftJoin('friends', 'f.user_id = u.id', 'f')

LEFT JOIN friends AS f ON f.user_id = u.id

Relationship

That's the killer!

One of VoodOrm killer feature is Relationship. By calling a table as a method on an object automatically creates a One To Many relationship on that reference table by default.

For this example we'll have two tables: user (id, name, dob) and friend (id, user_id, friend_id)

The friend.user_id is the foreign key to the user table. And friend.friend_id is the foreign key of the friend's user.id.

Let's get all the users and their friends

$allUsers = $users->find();

foreach ($allUsers as $user) {
    /**
    * Connect to the 'friend' table = $user->friend();
    * In the back, it does a ONE To MANY relationship 
    * SELECT * FROM friend WHERE friend.user_id = user.id 
    */
    $allFriends = $user->friend();
    foreach ($allFriends as $friend) {
        echo "{$friend->friend_id} : ";

        /**
        * We got the friend's entry, we want to go back in the user table
        * So we link back the friend table to the user table
        * SELECT * FROM user WHERE user.id = friend.friend_id LIMIT 1 
        * It will do a ONE to One relationship
        */
        echo $friend->user(Voodoo\VoodOrm::REL_HASONE, "friend_id")->name;

        echo "\n";
    }
}

// Same as above but with just one user
$user = $users->findOne($userId);
if($user) {

    foreach ($user->friend() as $friend) {

        echo "{$friend->friend_id} : ";

        echo $friend->user(Voodoo\VoodOrm::REL_HASONE, "friend_id")->name;

        echo "\n";
    }
}

That's the big picture. Calling a reference table as a method on a object will do a relationship.

Relationship: One to Many

One to many relationship, in our user and friend case, it's where a user can have one or more friends. But each friend.friend_id is associated to one user.id. This type of relationship will return one or more entries.

The relationship between user (single-valued) and friend (multi-valued) is a one-to-many relationship.

In our above example, we did a One to Many relationship in the friend's table

$allFriends = $user->friend();

Relationship Constants

VoodOrm has pre-defined constant that let you select execute a type of relationship

CONST::REL_HASMANY (2)

$allFriends = $user->friend(Voodoo\VoodOrm::REL_HASMANY);

This is faster. It does an eager loading by fetching all the data and hold the data in memory. It executes only one query. It is used by default.

CONST::REL_LAZYMANY (-2)

$allFriends = $user->friend(Voodoo\VoodOrm::REL_LAZYMANY);

This is slower. It does a lazy loading by fetching the data as it's being requested. It will execute 1+N queries.

Relationship: One to One

One-to-one relationships are single-valued in both directions. In the friend's table, friend.friend_id is linked to user.id

$allFriends = $user->friend();

Relationship Constants

CONST::REL_HASONE (1)

$friendUser = $friend->user(Voodoo\Core\VoodOrm::REL_HASONE, "friend_id");
echo $friendUser->name;

It does an eager loading by fetching all the data and hold the data in memory. It executes only one query. It is used by default.

CONST::REL_LAZYONE (-1)

$friendUser = $friend->user(Voodoo\VoodOrm::REL_LAZYONE, "friend_id");
echo $friendUser->name;

This is slower. It does a lazy loading by fetching the data as it's being requested. It will execute 1+N queries.

Relationship: Many to Many

Not implemented. That shit is complicated.... can't find a one case fit all...

Relationship Parameters

VoodOrm relationship accept 4 types of parameters that can be placed anywhere:

$user->friend(NUMBER, STRING, ARRAY, CALLBACK);

NUMBER : Usually that's the relationship constants REL_HASONE = 1, REL_LAZYONE = -1, RE_HASMANY = 2, REL_LAZYMANY = -2;

$user->friend(Voodoo\VoodOrm::REL_HASMANY);

STRING: Having a tring as an argument will be used as a foreign key name

$user->friend("friend_id");

ARRAY : Array will be used as a WHERE condition. Array must be a key/value matching the fields in the table

$user->friend(array(
    "friendship_start_time >= " => date("Y-m-d")
));

CALLBACK: Callback is a function to run on the results

$user->friend(function($data){

    $tableData = array();

    foreach($data as $d) {
        $tableData[] = array_merge(
                            $data,
                            array("visits_count"=>$d[visits_count] + 1)
                        ); 
    }
    return $tableData;
}); 

Now do the Pot Pourri!

$user->friend(Voodoo\VoodOrm::REL_HASONE, 

                "friend_id", 

                array("friendship_start_time >= " => date("Y-m-d"),

                function($data){

                        $tableData = array();

                        foreach($data as $d) {
                            $tableData[] = array_merge(
                                                $data,
                                                array("visits_count"=>$d[visits_count] + 1)
                                            ); 
                        }
                        return $tableData;
                    }           
));



$user->friend(NUMBER, STRING, ARRAY, CALLBACK);

Table Structure

Table structure allows to define the table structure in the database. It is set on the constructor

new VoodOrm($PDO, $primaryKey = 'id', $foreignKey = '%s_id')

PRIMARYKEY : by default is set to id but can be anything

FOREIGNKEY : Is the foreign key. By default it is set %s_id where %s is the table name. So a table user, in a friend table the foreign key will be user_id

You can also use setStructure($primaryKey, $foreignKey) to set the structure.

$DB = new VoodOrm($PDO);
$DB->setStructure("id", "%s_id");

It is important that a table structure is set, so VoodOrm can identify the primary and foreign keys for relationship.


Other Methods

With the code below:

$users = $DB->table('users');

string VoodOrm::getPrimaryKeyName()

$users->getPrimaryKeyName();

Return the primary key name. Most of the time it will be id

string VoodOrm::getForeignKeyName()

$users->getForeignKeyName();

Return the foreign key name. Based on the table stucture above, it will be user_id

string VoodOrm::getTableName()

Returns the table name

$tableName = $users->getTableName();

VoodOrm VoodOrm::tableAlias( string $alias )

To set a name as alias of the table

$users->tableAlias("user");

string VoodOrm::getTableAlias()

Returns the table alias name

$alias = $users->getTableAlias();

Array VoodOrm::getStructure()

Return the structure that was set

$structure = $users->getStructure();

Bool VoodOrm::isSingleRow()

Return true or false if an entry is a single row

$user = $users->findOne(123);

if ($user->isSingleRow()) {
    // do something here
}

String VoodOrm::NOW()

It returns the current DateTime: Y-M-D H:i:s


Extends VoodOrm to your Model

This is an example below on how you can setup your models with VoodOrm in real world applications. We'll setup the models, and have a controller retrieve them based on an MVC application. The application is base on Voodoo, a slim Modular MVC framework in PHP.

Lib/Model/BaseModel.php:

The base model contains the connection to the DB, and extra methods can be added. BaseModel will be extended in the model classes

<?php

namespace Model;

use Voodoo;

abstract class BaseModel extends Voodoo\VoodOrm
{
    private static $pdo = null;

    // setup the DB connection
    public function __construct()
    {
        if (! self::$pdo) {
            self::$pdo = new PDO("mysql:host=localhost;dbname=$dbname", $username, $password);
            self::$pdo->setAttribute(PDO::ATTR_ERRMODE, PDO::ERRMODE_EXCEPTION);                
        }

        parent::__construct(self::$pdo);
        $instance = parent::table($this->tableName);
        $this->table_name = $instance->getTablename();          
    }
}

Lib/Model/Diskoteka/Artist.php

<?php

namespace Model\Diskoteka;

use Lib\Model;

class Artist extends Model\BaseModel
{
    protected $tableName = "artist";

    // We concat the first and last name
    public function getName()
    {
        return $this->first_name." ".$this->last_name; 
    }
}

Lib/Model/Diskoteka/Album.php

<?php

namespace Model\Diskoteka;

use Lib\Model;

class Album extends Model\BaseModel
{
    protected $tableName = "album";

    // Returns the VoodOrm object to do more in the query
    public function getSongs()
    {
        return (new Song)->where("album_id", $this->getPK());
    }
}

Lib/Model/Diskoteka/Song.php

<?php

namespace Model\Diskoteka;

use Lib\Model,
    Closure;

class Song extends Model\BaseModel
{
    protected $tableName = "song";

    public function getArtistName()
    {
        return $this->artist_first_name;
    }

    public function getAlbumTitle()
    {
        return $this->album_title;
    }

    // We modify the find() to join this table to album and artist tables
    public function find(Closure $callback = null) 
    {
        $this->tableAlias("song")
            ->select("song.*")
            ->select("album.title As album_title")
            ->select("artist.first_name AS artist_first_name")
            ->leftJoin(new Artist, "artist.id = song.artist_id", "artist")
            ->leftJoin(new Album, "album.id = song.album_id", "album");

        retun parent::find($callback);
    }
}

App/Www/Main/Controller/Index.php

Using Voodoo, we'll create a controller to use the models

<?php

namespace App\Www\Main\Controller;

use Voodoo,
    Lib\Model\Diskoteka;

class Index extends Voodoo\Core\Controller
{
    /**
     * List all songs, which will include the the artist name and album name
     * http://the-url/
     */
    public function actionIndex()
    {
        $allSongs = (new Diskoteka\Song);
        $allSongs->orderBy("title", "ASC");

        $songs = [];
        foreach ($allSongs as $song) {
            $songs[] = [
                "id" => $song->getPK()
                "title" => $song->title,
                "albumTitle" => $song->getAlbumTitle(),
                "artistName" => $song->getArtistName()
            ];              
        }
        $this->view()->assign("songs", $songs);
    }

    /**
     * Simply get the Artist info
     * http://the-url/artist/59
     */
    public function actionArtist()
    {
        $id = $this->getSegment(1); // -> 59
        $artist = (new Diskoteka\Artist)->findOne($id); 
        $countAlbums = (new Diskoteka\Album)
                                    ->where("artist_id", $id)
                                    ->count();

        $this->view()->assign([
            "name" => $artist->getName(),
            "countAlbums" => $countAlbums
        ]); 
    }


    /**
     * Get the song info, with album basic info
     * http://the-url/song/1637
     */
    public function actionSong()
    {
        $id = $this->getSegment(1); // -> 1637
        $song = (new Diskoteka\Song)->findOne($id);

        if ($song) {
            $this->view()->assign([
                "id" => $song->getPK()
                "title" => $song->title,
                "albumTitle" => $song->getAlbumTitle(),
                "artistName" => $song->getArtistName()
            ]);
        }
    }

    /**
     * Get the album info including all songs
     * http://your-url.com/album/437
     */
    public function actionAlbum()
    {
        $id = $this->getSegment(1);
        $album = (new Diskoteka\Album)->findOne($id);

        $allSongs = $album->getSongs();
        $albumSongs = [];
        foreach ($allSongs as $song) {
            $albumSongs[] = [
                "id" => $song->getPK(),
                "title" => $song->title
            ];
        }
        $this->view()->assign([
            "album" => [
                "id" => $album->getPK(),
                "title" => $album->title
            ],
            "songs" => $albumSongs
        ]);
    }

}

Contributers

Thank you for your interest in VoodOrm.

If you would like to contribute, please do a pull request.

VoodOrm follows closely PSR-2


(c) This Year Mardix :)

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