⚡️ This small update allows you to finally use the resolver methods directly. The resolver methods are generated when a container is compiled. The methods have the the return type their dependency which helps your IDE to help you.
🚀 This release introduces the ability to update service definitions after they have been defined.
⚡️ Service Updates
📇 It is possible to update already defined services with more construction calls and metadata.
This is quite handy to organize large amount of dependencies with a dynamic lookups.
You could for example define your logger in one file.
And add observers using a construction call where you need them.
@logger.observers.email\_devs: Acme\EmailLogObserver('[email protected]') @logger.observers.email\_support: Acme\EmailLogObserver('[email protected]') @logger.main - addObserver(@logger.observers.email\_devs) - addObserver(@logger.observers.email\_support)
📇 The same is also true for metadata.
@controller.homepage: Controller\Homepage = on: '/homepage'// also show homepage on [email protected] = on: '/'
v1.2.0May 07, 2020
- 🛠 Minor fixes
- PHPUnit 9 compatibility
- ➕ added
- PHP 7.3 preg_match fix
🚀 This release brings container meta data support. In plain PHP and for the container language.
You are now able to assign meta data to a service as follows:
@my.event_listener: App\EventListener\Thing = on: 'something', call: 'handleTheThing'
🛠 Methods stacking has been fixed. You can now stack multiple calls to the same method together.
@my.registry: App\Registry - add('james') - add('John')
v1.0.0January 23, 2018