High performance data-mapper ORM with optional active-record traits for RAD and modern PHP 7.1+
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Propel3 

Propel3 is an open-source Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) for modern PHP 7.1+.

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Version 3 of Propel ORM replaces Propel2, which is not maintained anymore. Propel3 introduces a data-mapper implementation which separates your entities from the actual persisting logic.

Status

This is in current development and is not yet ready to use.

Features

  • Propel is blazing fast
  • Data mapper with runtime UnitOfWork for high performance with massive object counts (bulks inserts/updates)
  • Query-Builder
  • Very IDE friendly thanks to code-generation
  • Generation of methods for all columns and relations
  • Database schema migration
  • Schema reverse engineering
  • Customizable
  • Propel comes with common ‘behaviors’
  • Completely unit tested for MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite. Oracle and MSSQL are experimental.

Example

Define the entity

XML
<database name="default">
  <entity name="Vendor\Car">
      <field name="id" primaryKey="true" autoIncrement="true" type="INTEGER" />
      <field name="name" type="VARCHAR" required="true"  />
      <relation target="Publisher" onDelete="setnull"/>
      <relation target="Author" onDelete="setnull" onUpdate="cascade"/>
  </entity>
</database>
or annotations

In work.


namespace Vendor

use Propel\Annotations\Entity;
use Propel\Annotations\Field;
use Propel\Annotations\PrimaryKey;

/**
 * @Entity()
 */ 
class Car
{
    /**
     * @PrimaryKey(auto_increment=true)
     */
    private $id;

    /**
     * @Field(type="VARCAR")
     */
    private $name;

    // getters/setters
}

Data mapper

$propel = new Propel\Runtime\Configuration('path/to/propel.yml');

// require a session for each request/workload
$session = $propel->getSession();

$car = new Vendor\Car();
$car->setName('Ford');

$session->persist($car);
$session->commit();

RAD/Active-record

// use <entity name="Vendor\Car" activeRecord="true">
$car = new Vendor\Car();
$car->setName('Ford');
$car->save();

Installation

Read the Propel documentation. This documentation is for Propel2 still.

Contribute

Everybody can contribute to Propel. Just fork it, and send Pull Requests. You have to follow PSR2 conding standards and provides unit tests as much as possible.

Please see our contribution guideline. Thank you!

License

See the LICENSE file.