PSR-7: HTTP Message Interface
jaxon-core package and in its request plugins, the HTTP request reveived as input in the application is represented by the
Psr\Http\Message\ServerRequestInterface interface, defined in the PSR-7 standard.
This interface provides functions to read the arguments, the parameters, and the uploaded files from the HTTP request.
The Jaxon classes still return an object of type
Jaxon\Response\ResponseInterface, but this object now has a
toPsr() method, which creates an object that implements the
Psr\Http\Message\ResponseInterface interface, defined by the PSR-7 standard, from its content.
PSR-17: HTTP Factories
Jaxon now uses a third-party package that implements the PSR-17 standard, nyholm/psr7-server, to read the HTTP requests it receives.
This package provides functions to create, using the HTTP request content, an object that implements the
Psr\Http\Message\ServerRequestInterface interface defined by the PSR-7 standard.
This object itself is defined in the nyholm/psr7 package.
PSR-15: HTTP Handlers
More and more PHP frameworks now support the PSR-15 standard, which defines interfaces for two types of components that process HTTP requests:
- request handlers:
Jaxon provides two
middlewares and one
jaxon()->psr()->config($filename) middleware takes the path to a configuration file as a parameter, and bootstraps the library with its content.
jaxon()->psr()->ajax() middleware and the
jaxon()->psr()->handler() handler process the Jaxon request, and return as response an object that implements the
Only one of them will typically be used in a single PHP application.
These components will be used when integrating Jaxon with PHP frameworks that support the PSR-15 standard.