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skip to content paul m. jones there are no solutions, only tradeoffs. menu homeabout appearances code community talks writing how can i help you? regarding a recent event 2017-03-242017-03-24 pmjones php, programming king henry v: we judge no less. uncle of exeter, enlarge the man committed yesterday, that rail'd against our person: we consider it was excess of wine that set him on; and on his more advice we pardon him. scroop: that's mercy, but too much security: let him be punish'd, sovereign, lest example breed, by his sufferance, more of such a kind. king henry v: o, let us yet be merciful. cambridge: so may your highness, and yet punish too. grey: sir, you show great mercy, if you give him life, after the taste of much correction. king henry v: alas, your too much love and care of me are heavy orisons 'gainst this poor wretch! if little faults, proceeding on distemper, shall not be wink'd at, how shall we stretch our eye when capital crimes, chew'd, swallow'd and digested, appear before us? we'll yet enlarge that man, though cambridge, scroop and grey, in their dear care and tender preservation of our person, would have him punished. and now to our french causes: who are the late commissioners? cambridge: i one, my lord: your highness bade me ask for it to-day. scroop: so did you me, my liege. grey: and i, my royal sovereign. king henry v: then, richard earl of cambridge, there is yours; there yours, lord scroop of masham; and, sir knight, grey of northumberland, this same is yours: read them; and know, i know your worthiness. my lord of westmoreland, and uncle exeter, we will aboard to night. why, how now, gentlemen! what see you in those papers that you lose so much complexion? look ye, how they change! their cheeks are paper. why, what read you there that hath so cowarded and chased your blood out of appearance? cambridge: i do confess my fault; and do submit me to your highness' mercy. grey | | to which we all appeal. scroop | king henry v: the mercy that was quick in us but late, by your own counsel is suppress'd and kill'd: you must not dare, for shame, to talk of mercy; for your own reasons turn into your bosoms, as dogs upon their masters, worrying you. i hope this is the last thing i will have to say on the matter. share this! leave a comment wikimedia, clean architecture, and adr 2017-02-21 pmjones adr, php, programming, radar tl;dr: action-domain-responder is a natural fit for the http user-interface portions of clean architecture (or hexagonal), especially with domain driven design. just be sure to remember to separate the http response presentation from the action code. i. jeroen de dauw has a fantastic post on implementing the clean architecture in php, with domain driven design elements. you should read the whole thing, and examine the implementation codebase, for a number of useful insights. though i might quibble over some elements of the implementation, i think it is a good offering, and serves as a solid reference point. in his article, jeroen notes they are using silex for their http user-interface system, and describes the logic of each route action: inside this [silex action] we construct our framework agnostic request model and invoke the use case with it. then we hand over the response model to a presenter to create the appropriate html or other such format. that is a very near paraphrase of action-domain-responder: the action marshals input from the http request the action invokes a domain element with that input and gets back a result the action passes that result to a responder to build the http response in jeroen’s implementation, each action is a closure defined in the routes.php file. the action marshals input from the http request using a “request model” (an input object tailored to the domain) and passes it to a “use case.” each “use case” is an entry point into the domain, and returns a “response model” (the domain result). the only place where jeroen’s implementation deviates from adr is that the action code builds the presentation itself, instead of handing off to a responder. (this may be a result of adhering to the idioms and expectations specific to silex.) because the rest of the implementation is so well done, refactoring to a separated presentation in the form of a responder is a straightforward exercise. let’s see what that might look like. ii. first, as an example, review the code in the check-iban action. the following reorganization of that action code makes the adr pattern more obvious: get( 'check-iban', function( request $request ) use ( $app, $fffactory ) { // marshal input $input = new iban( $request->query->get( 'iban', '' ) ); // invoke domain and get back result $result = $fffactory->newcheckibanusecase()->checkiban($input); // presentation return $app->json( $fffactory->newibanpresenter()->present( $result ) ); } ); ?> very clear and straightforward. however, the presentation work is embedded in the action with the $app->json(...) call. (my guess is that’s probably a result of working with existing silex idioms.) another good example is the list-comments.html action. reorganizing the logic to make the adr pattern more obvious gives us the following: get( 'list-comments.html', function( request $request ) use ( $app, $fffactory ) { // marshal input $input = new commentlistingrequest( 10, (int)$request->query->get( 'page', '1' ) ); // invoke domain and get back result $result = $fffactory ->newlistcommentsusecase() ->listcomments( $input ); // presentation return new response( $fffactory->newcommentlisthtmlpresenter()->present( $result, (int)$request->query->get( 'page', '1' ) ) ); } ); ?> again, the presentation work is embedded in the action code. in general, it is better to completely separate the presentation work from the action code. remember that in an http context, the presentation is not just the body of the http response. instead, the presentation is the entire http response, including headers and status. (for more on this, see the template is not the view.) with the above examples, because they are already so well structured, it would be easy to extract the presentation to a responder class. for example, the list-comments action could have the presentation work completely removed like so: newcommentlisthtmlpresenter()->present( $result, (int)$request->query->get( 'page', '1' ) ) ); } } // the refactored action code $app->get( 'list-comments.html', function( request $request ) use ( $app, $fffactory ) { // marshal input $input = new commentlistingrequest( 10, (int)$request->query->get( 'page', '1' ) ); // invoke domain and get back result $result = $fffactory->newlistcommentsusecase()->listcomments($input); // hand result to responder return $fffactory->newlistcommentshtmlresponder()->buildresponse( $request, $result, $fffactory ); } ); ?> now the presentation work of building an http response is cleanly separated from the rest of the action code. iii. when separating concerns along these lines, you begin to see the similarities in the presentation work, and can start to reduce repetition across the codebase. for example, any action that delivers a json response might use the same base json responder. eventually, you may realize that the logic of each action is effectively identical. that is, you always collect input, pass that input through the domain to get back a result, and pass that result to a response builder. when that realization occurs, you can build a single action handler that coordinates between injected input marshals, domain entry points, and response builders. that’s exactly what the arbiter actionhandler does, and radar uses that in turn to specify the input + domain + responder callables for each route. at that point, you are out of the business of writing action methods entirely. then the user-interface code can focus on marshaling inputs going to the domain, and on presenting the results coming out of the domain – which is exactly how things should be. p.s. jeroen’s writeup also reveals that at least some of the elements in his implementation are returning something like domain payload objects. cf. the validationresult class, used in the validate-payment-data action among other places. i’m a big fan of the domain payload pattern in adr, and using a domain payload for all returns received by the action code. doing so simplifies the response-building logic even further; for example, by collecting common “success” and “failure” presentation work across different json responders. then there’s this bit about containers: we decided to go with our own top level factory, rather than using the dependency injection mechanism provided by silex: pimple. our factory internally actually uses pimple, though this is not visible from the outside. with this approach we gain a nicer access to service construction, since we can have a getlogger() method with loggerinterface return type hint, rather than accessing $app[‘logger’] or some such, which forces us to bind to a string and leaves us without type hint. this resonates with some other ideas i’ve been toying with, namely that the user-interface container might better be separated from the domain container. they can be wired up separately from each other, making it easier to package the domain portions independently from the user-interface portions, and enforcing a “physical” boundary between the two. overall, congratulations to jeroen on putting together such a good writeup. share this! leave a comment radar project skeleton now stable 2017-02-012017-02-01 pmjones adr, php, programming, radar i am happy to announce that the project skeleton for radar, an action-domain-responder system for php, is now stable and available for use. one significant difference between this release and the last alpha is that it now uses the standard pds/skeleton names for directories. existing radar projects will not need to change directory names, but be aware that starting a new project with the 1.0.0 version will use “public/” instead of “web/”. many thanks to everyone who contributed to this release, especially jake johns, who put together a post-create-project command to “clean up” the initial installation. share this! leave a comment the “pds/skeleton” standard is now stable! 2017-01-31 pmjones php, programming, standards i am proud to announce that the first php package development standards publication, pds/skeleton, has been released as stable at version 1.0.0. this publication has been a great working effort. everything from researching first a subset (and then the entirety) of packagist, to putting together the first drafts, to working with reviewers and refining the publication, has been a wonderful experience. from the first uncommitted work in early nov 2016, to the stable release a few days ago, the whole process has taken just about 12 weeks of evening and weekend time. many thanks to the early reviewers (you know who you are!) for your input, criticism, and suggestions. thanks also to the issue submitters and commenters, and especially to to everyone who submitted a pull request. these people contributed serious effort and attention to the publication, which helps to show that the publication really is a community-based work. roughly 78,000 packages already comply with the pds/skeleton standard, although they may not know it. to formally show that your package has adopted the standard, “require-dev” it via composer, or display a badge on your readme. although i have a few ideas in mind, what do you think the next pds publication should focus on? let me know if you have a particular area of interest. share this! 2 comments how many psr-7 implementations exist? 2017-01-172017-01-19 pmjones php, programming more specifically, how many implementations of psr-7 serverrequestinterface exist? initially, it appears the answer might be as many as three dozen. but increasingly it looks like the real answer, to a first approximation, is “zero.” to implement serverrequestinterface, the methods withattribute() and withparsedbody() must maintain the immutability of the message object. however, none of the existing implementations do that. to see for yourself, clone my psr-7 immutability testing repository and run the tests, which cover the three most popular psr-7 implementations. immutability is very difficult to implement – at least, not without some serious restrictions, none of which are specified by psr-7 serverrequestinterface.the more i work with it, the more i begin to think that it is not fully implementable-as-specified in the first place. update: apparently i was on to something when i suggested that psr-7 cannot be implemented as written. sara golemon (who has forgotten more about php internals than i will ever know) points out, “it is not technically implementable. and thus you’re technically correct, the best kind of correct.” (archived for posterity at https://archive.is/bnkgb .) update 2: reddit commenters point out that the serverrequestinterface::getattributes() method states “attributes will be application and request specific, and can be mutable.” this seems at odds with the withattribute() method, which requires that the object remain immutable. at the best, this seems like an oversight in the spec, and at the worst it is an internal contradiction. share this! 5 comments beta2 of pds/skeleton now available! 2017-01-122017-01-12 pmjones php, programming, standards, uncategorized i am excited to announce that pds/skeleton 1.0.0beta2 has been released. (the pds/skeleton publication describes a standard php package skeleton, as backed by research into the php package ecosystem.) among other things, this release incorporates some command-line tooling to validate, and generate, your php package skeleton. barring unforeseen events, i expect the next release to be stable. thanks to everyone who made this release possible, both direct contributors, issue reporters, and everyone who commented on the research! share this! leave a comment psr-7 vs. the server(request|response) rfc 2017-01-052017-01-05 pmjones php, programming tl;dr: psr-7 aims to model http messages, whereas the rfc aims to make some non-oo php functionality more oo-ish. i had thought the distinction between the purpose of psr-7, and the purpose of the server-side request/response object rfc, was obvious from their descriptions. but that is apparently not the case. i would prefer to discuss the rfc entirely on its own merits, and not dwell on the various strengths and weaknesses of psr-7. however, to reduce confusion on this topic, i am happy to take some time to expound on the differences. to understand those differences more clearly, we need to start with a history of psr-7. purpose of psr-7 psr-7 was born to answer the question, “how can we model http messages in php for sending a request, and getting back a response?” that is, how can we standardize the model of an http request message for sending, and the model of the returned the http response, when using php as an http client? the entrance vote passed in jan 2014 after about a year of pre-work, with michael “guzzle” dowling as lead: https://groups.google.com/d/topic/php-fig/h1lr7fyxj94/discussion. you can see the original draft at https://github.com/php-fig/fig-standards/pull/244/files. what you’ll find in the draft is one pair of request/response interfaces, descended from a message interface, with stream as message body, and no uri specification. these were designed primarily as client interfaces; all the referenced projects in the draft were client-side. (as a side note, they were mutable. dowling said, “having mutable and immutable messages would add a significant amount of complexity to a http message psr and would not reflect what is currently being used by a majority of php projects.”) after 8 months, dowling stepped down in august 2014, citing a lack of time and motivation. he also said: “i don’t think there’s one way to represent http messages, clients, or servers in php.” https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/php-fig/xwfcqsmqzgk shortly thereafter, in september 2014, with encouragement from many (including myself), mwop of zend framework takes over psr-7. we learn that he has “sencha connect” and middleware on the brain: the reason i wanted to port connect is this: an application consists of middleware. each middleware is a callback that accepts a request, response, and a callback called “next” (which is optional, actually): function (request, response, next) … i know from michael dowling that the original intent for psr-7 was to define http messages that could then be used in http clients. i am here to argue that they are even more important when considering server-side applications. at this point, we see that psr-7 has been expanded to answer a second question: “how can we model http messages for receiving a request, and sending back a response?” this is in addition to the original goal, but idea is the same: building a standard model of http messages. (for full disclosure, note that i became a sponsor on psr-7 in december 2014, along with beau simensen as the coordinator.) it is during mwop’s tenure, before the successful acceptance vote in may 2015, that we see the psr-7 interfaces expand in number, and become “immutable” (with one intentional exception, and other unintentional exceptions). so we can see that the purpose of psr-7 is to model 2 sets of http messages using 7 interfaces: one set for when php sends a request and receives a response, and an addition set for when php receives a request and sends a response. the purpose of the server(request|response) rfc the proposed rfc starts out by asking a different question. it is not concerned with modeling http messages, whether when sending or receiving them. instead, it asks: “how can we take the request-related superglobals in php, and the various response-related global functions in php, and encapsulate them in objects, to make them at least a little more object-oriented?” becuase the rfc begins with a different question, it leads to a different answer. you end up with a serverrequest object that exposes almost only properties, mimicking php’s superglobals. the properties are read-only, since they represent user input that should be copied out, not changed-in-place. as a convenience, a lot of common $_server['http_*'] values are parsed into more usable representations. conceding the needs of application development, there are properties and methods for truly immutable values relating to application-specific parameters, parsed content input, and so on. you also end up wih a serverresponse object that exposes only methods, mimicking some of php’s global functions. instead of emitting headers and cookies on each call to the related methods, it buffers and retains the header and cookie values until you decide to send them. as a collection point for those values, and for content, you can inspect the state of the object prior to sending, and modify it as needed. it has some convenience methods, not least of which includes sending content as a download, or as json, with the appropriate headers. conclusion i hope this helps to clear up any confusion as to the purpose of the rfc, vs. the purpose of psr-7. they start with different questions, and have different goals. i think it would be better to see them as orthogonal to each other at worst, and complementary at best. share this! 4 comments rfc: serverrequest and serverresponse 2017-01-032017-01-03 pmjones php, programming, uncategorized the rfc is at https://wiki.php.net/rfc/request_response. the message opening discussion on internals is at http://news.php.net/php.internals/97461. the extension itself is available at https://pecl.php.net/package/request, with documentation at https://gitlab.com/pmjones/ext-request. (many thanks to john boehr for doing the actual heavy lifting of writing the c code.) nearly every php framework and library-collection since 2000 has had classes to encapsulate the “request” and “response” elements of a php application. a handful of examples include: aura\web\request and response. cake\network\request and response. code igniter input (request) and output (response). horde_controller_request_http and horde_controller_response. joomla\input\input (request) and joomla\application\abstractwebapplication (response handling). lithium\action\request and response. mediawiki webrequest and webresponse (though the latter does not encapsulate content). phalcon\http\request and response. symfony\component\httpfoundation\request and response (drupal and laravel extend from these). yaf_request_http and response. yii\web\request and response. zend\phpenvironment\request and response there are many others. they all do essentially the same things: copy the $_get, $_post, $_server, etc. superglobals into a “request” object. some make them available through a method that standardizes the logic to get a default value when a key is not present, a la return (isset($_get[$key]) ? $_get[$key] : $defaultvalue). add convenience methods to the “request” object so that you can determine the http method, the values of various headers, and so on. the “response” object is a place to hold headers, cookies, status, and content, so they can all be inspected and modified before sending, and to make testing easier. (this is because the header(), setcookie(), etc. functions in php are not especially amenable to inspection, modification, and testing – at least, not without being wrapped somehow.) the “response” object often has some convenience methods to send json content, send files for download, and so on. why do framework and library-collection authors write these request and response objects? because php, even though it is a web-centric programming language, and even though it provides all sorts of classes for all sorts of functionality, it has never had classes for server-side requests and responses. this rfc helps to improve this situation in php 7 and later. share this! 3 comments pds “skeleton” standard now in beta 2016-12-292016-12-29 pmjones php, programming, standards i am proud to announce the immediate availability of pds/skeleton 1.0.0-beta1 for inclusion in your php package. the pds/skeleton standard defines specific names for specific kinds of root-level directories in php packages. if you use all the directory and file names in the standard, your package will look something like this: bin/ # executable files config/ # configuration files docs/ # documentation public/ # web server files resources/ # other resource files src/ # php source code tests/ # tests changelog # change notes contributing # contribution guidelines license # licensing and copyright readme # read-me-first file believe it or not, roughly 78 thousand packages on packagist, from tens of thousands of vendors, already appear compliant with pds/skeleton. to formally indicate that your package attempts to comply to pds/skeleton, add it to your package manifest as a development requirement. for example, if you use composer, you can do something like the following: "require-dev": { "pds/skeleton": "~1.0" } (alternatively, mention in your readme that the package attempts to comply with pds/skeleton.) this standard will remain in beta for at least two weeks, to give ample time for additional public review. if you find errors or omissions, please be sure to open an issue on it. as a side note, producer will end up supporting pds/skeleton and validating against it by default. this will mean a bc break for producer, so look for a 3.x version soon! share this! leave a comment adr with http caching 2016-12-282016-12-28 pmjones adr, programming great conversation with “matthecat” on github today, regarding http caching headers and the adr pattern. a quick summary: you want to return a 304 “not modified” response if the proper preconditions are met. you can only tell if the resource is unmodified if you touch some form of storage. in adr, one rule of thumb is “if it touches storage, it probably goes in the domain.” so you need to do all the precondition-checking in the domain, not in the action. the domain can return a payload indicating “not modified” as appropriate, and the responder can read that payload status to send back a 304. you can read the whole thing here. thanks for the great question mathieu! share this! 1 comment post navigation ← older posts search for: recent posts regarding a recent event wikimedia, clean architecture, and adr radar project skeleton now stable the “pds/skeleton” standard is now stable! how many psr-7 implementations exist? 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