Author: Manuel Lemos
Updated on: 2023-01-26
Posted on: 2023-01-26
Often applications that use the active record design pattern define hierarchies of class objects and establish relations between enslaver and enslaved person objects.
This package can help applications that use the active record design pattern implementation with the YII framework to automate the process of updating slave objects based on the changes in master objects.
About the yii2-arsync Package
The package yii2-arsync is one of the few PHP packages that was considered notable recently because it does something that is worth paying attention.
The basic purpose is: Add new behaviors to active record actions
Here follows in more detail what it does:
This package can add new behaviors to active record actions.
It provides a class that extends the YII framework behavior class to allow the definition of a map of active record field values that will synchronize specific fields between master and slave active record objects.
It also allows applications to register callback functions to customize the actions that will be done when certain active record functions are called.
Currently, this class can add behaviors using callback functions where:
- There is an error saving an object
- There is an error deleting an object
The yii2-arsync can be downloaded from download page or be installed using the PHP Composer tool following instructions in the Composer install instructions page.
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