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ZF2: Writing Service Components

ZF2: Writing Service Components

Writing Service Components with Zend Framework 2.

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Mike Willbanks

May 02, 2013
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  1. ZF2: Writing Service Components Mike Willbanks | Barnes & Noble

    Zend Webinar: Thursday, May 2nd 2013
  2. 2 Housekeeping… •  Me  Sr. Web Architect Manager at NOOK

    Developer  Open Source Contributor  Where you can find me: •  Twitter: mwillbanks G+: Mike Willbanks •  IRC (freenode): mwillbanks Blog: http://blog.digitalstruct.com •  GitHub: https://github.com/mwillbanks
  3. 3 Agenda • Background • ZF2 Service Components • Writing a Service Component

    • Incorporating your Service Component
  4. Background… Why Service Components

  5. 5 A Definition ZF 1 contained Zend_Service_* components

  6. 6 Zend_Service_* Components were included in the core distribution

  7. 7 Zend_Service_* Make it easy for people to have it

    available…
  8. 8 1.11.13 Release Caused several issues

  9. 9 Started Getting Messy…

  10. Service Component Overview Goals, Lifecycle, and more.

  11. 11 RFC March 2012 “RFC Service Components” Removal of ZF2

    Zend\Service namespace into a separate namespace (ZendService) and under their own GitHub project.
  12. Goals of ZF2 Service Components • Ability to version separately from

    core framework • Easier to leverage outside of a ZF context • Encourage service providers to further contribute
  13. Services for Contribution (Official Services) • Independently versioned • Dependencies on framework

    versions (2.*, 2.0.*, 2.0.1) • Maintain dependencies by specific packages • Must follow ZF coding standards • Must be unique  A service that does the same thing should not already exist!
  14. 14 Discuss on Contributor Mailing List CR Team Review Fork

    Repo Build Component IRC Vote (Meeting Agenda) Publish! The Service Component Lifecycle
  15. 15 Published ZendService Packages A published package for ZendService components

    exist on packages.zendframework.com.
  16. Service Component Maintenance • Must be maintained for the duration of

    major versions  Exceptions must be noted in the ChangeLog  Component should only state dependency on minor versions • Maintainers must attempt at all times to keep compatibility with the latest version  If unable to maintain, actively recruit, if still unable ZF or CR team will make a recommendation on the component.
  17. Writing a Service Component By example of ZendService\Google\Gcm

  18. General Information • Service Components are really just like framework libraries

     However, the namespace implies 3rd party integrations.  They are also organized like the framework. • Service Components should be reusable for other developers  Write it out based on the API and not just what you need. • Create reasonable dependencies  Zend\Http and Zend\Stdlib being most common.
  19. 19 Why Not Modules?

  20. Why Not Modules? • Modules are more specifically for ZF2 Applications

    • Service Components are reusable libraries for any code base. • Base Rule  If it involves the MVC; it should more than likely be a module.
  21. 21 Starting off… The file structure of a Service Component.

  22. 22 ZendService Components License https://raw.github.com/zendframework/zf2/master/LICENSE.txt

  23. 23 Composer Stub Main information for your specific library.

  24. 24 Composer Stub Ensure you handle dependencies.

  25. Unit Testing • Quick Start  Clone an existing Service Component (Currently

    no skeleton)  Copy over files from the tests directory: _autoload.php, Bootstrap.php, phpunit.xml.dist, TestConfiguration.php.dist, TestConfiguration.php.travis • You will need to customize  phpunit.xml.dist – Change out the unit test name.  TestConfiguration.php.dist – Configure your constants and configuration.
  26. Unit Testing • Tests should contain proper name spacing  ZendServiceTest\Google\Gcm • Files

    you need should be located in an _files directory inside the test area of your component  tests/ZendService/Google/Gcm/_files • Write unit tests like normal!
  27. Library Code! • The guts of the library is what most

    of us are familiar with • Write your library inside of your compliant directory  library/ZendService/Google/Gcm • Ensure proper namespacing  ZendService\Google\Gcm • Attempt to follow great naming so that it makes sense!
  28. Coding Standards • Remember to make use of the coding standards!

     Docblocks  Import the proper packages from their respective namespaces  Read the coding standards doc: • http://framework.zend.com/wiki/display/ZFDEV2/Coding+Standards • Mainly; PSR-0, PSR-1, PSR-2 (there are slight differences)
  29. Best Practices • Follow conventions  PSR-0/1/2, file locations, options classes • Hard

    dependencies  Use the constructor!  Only set dependencies for items you require! • Write Tests  Hook into Travis-CI, go for 100% code coverage • Discoverability  Put the component on Packagist, submit it for inclusion to ZendService.
  30. Documentation • The most dreaded part of the job… • All of

    the documentation is in the “zf2-documentation” project under the “zendframework” github organization.  This will likely change for services in the future. • Fork the project • Create a feature branch: feature/service-google-gcm • Write your documentation • Submit a PR
  31. 31 Documentation is built out of reStructuredText Yes, Docbook has

    gone away; so fear not!
  32. 32 Language Files Always start with English first aka “en”

    as it is the default in the event a translation is missing.
  33. 33 Modify docs/language/en/index.rst to add in your new service Having

    a table of contents is a good thing!
  34. 34 Modify docs/language/en/index.rst to add in your new service Follow

    the convention!
  35. 35 Write Away! docs/language/en/modules/zendservice.google.gcm.rst or the like

  36. 36 Seeing your Documentation • Install the proper tools  apt-get install

    python-setuptools python-pygments  easy_install -U Sphinx • Enter the docs/ directory • Run: make html
  37. 37 Your documentation will now be in: docs/_build/html Review for

    errors before sending the PR
  38. Integrating your Service Add the module to the composer configuration

    Add in potential configuration Setup the service manager Fetch it inside of a controller
  39. 39 Add to your composer.json! Followed by “php composer.phar install”

  40. 40 Handling Configuration Likely in /path/to/zf2app/config/autoload/local.php

  41. 41 Service Manager Setup Creating a simple factory to get

    a configured Client.
  42. 42 Leveraging your Service Factory in a Controller We can

    easily fetch it now when we have a ServiceLocator.
  43. Questions? These slides will be posted to SlideShare & SpeakerDeck.

     SpeakerDeck: http://speakerdeck.com/u/mwillbanks  Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/mwillbanks  Twitter: mwillbanks  G+: Mike Willbanks  IRC (freenode): mwillbanks  Blog: http://blog.digitalstruct.com  GitHub: https://github.com/mwillbanks