Author: Manuel Lemos
Updated on: 2023-03-25
Posted on: 2023-03-25
Package: PHP Event based Inheritance Model
Event processing is an approach that developers can use to connect different parts of an application.
This way, a change in one part can trigger actions in other application parts.
For instance, if a user can push a button on a Web page, the application can use event processing to trigger the actions associated with the application button that the user pushed.
This package implements an inheritance model to process registered events.
This way, the package allows applications to implement event handlers that can process the events or pass the events to another event handling function registered to handle the same event.
About the PHP Event based Inheritance Model Package
The basic purpose is: Register handlers to process events in a chain
Here follows in more detail what it does:
This package can register handlers to process events in a chain.
It allows the applications to register callback functions that will be called when an event with a given name is triggered.
Multiple callback functions may be registered for the same event.
When an event is triggered, the package will call the last callback function registered to handle that event.
The event handler function that was called may call other callback functions that were registered before to handle the same event.
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