|Classes of Johnny Mast
Hydrating an object is fancy talk for populating properties on PHP objects. This Hydrator helps you to quickly hydrate new class instances and returns the populated result. *Please note* it does not mether if you have private or protected properties in your class it will take care of that for you. Look in the examples folder for basic examples.
I have gone to great length to provide a special (read sexy) and tiny API for you. You can use any kind of API style you see fit in your operation for example.
Static class method
In this example we will hydrate a new instance of class User and return it as $result1 using with with() function.
Instantiate a new Hydrator
Plain old PHP, create your instance of the hydrator then call the with( ) method.
*Please note* There is something off with this method. If your doing this inside a loop it might consume some memory because of all the instances you create. Please don't forget to use the unset function if you are inside any kind of loop.
Below are the minimum requirements to use this package:
Installation trough archive download
If you download the package from a website (for example github.io or phpclasses.org or any other) you will need composer installed on your machine. The reason for this is that Redbox-hydrate comes without the vendor directory which is required to run the package.
First of all if you don't have composer installed you can find it here. Follow the instructions and please don't get intimidated in fact its really really easy to install.
In the this sample i will assume you have composer installed (on any machine). Go to the package root (where composer.json is located) and execute the following command.
Now your almost ready to go. In your project require the redbox-hydrate.php (located in the package root). Assuming that Redbox-hydrate was installed in ./lib/redbox-hydrate/ your php file would look like this.
And you are ready use Redbox-hydrate in your application.
Redbox-hydrate is created and maintained by Johnny Mast. For feature requests or suggestions you could consider sending me an e-mail.
Redbox-hydrate is released under the MIT public license.
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