Author: Manuel Lemos
Updated on: 2023-08-22
Posted on: 2023-08-22
Package: PHP API Assembler
This package simplifies the process by providing an application that can generate files to implement an API from parameters passed via command line parameters or via an interactive user interface that can run from the command line console.
About the PHP API Assembler Package
The basic purpose is: Application to generate files to implement an API
Here follows in more detail what it does:
This package implements an application to generate files to implement an API.
It provides an application that can be run from the command line console.
The application can run either using parameters passed from the command line arguments or provides an interactive user interface in the console that allows developers to configure the API files generated to provide API functions that perform operations based on data stored in a database.
The application can generate controller classes, routing configuration, database access configuration and Postman collection files.
Currently, this application allows developers to generate API from the configuration that defines:
- The database type (MySQL, Oracle, MySQL Server)
- The database name and server connection parameters
- The database tables and fields that will be accessed
- Database access caching
- The directory where the API application will be stored
- Parameters for the API request routing
- Functions to add to the API
- Authentication of uses that can access the API
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