Follow this simple guide to update from 1.1.1 to 1.1.2, this guide assumes you have already update to 1.1.2 via composer.
In order to take advantage of auto registration of application boot middleware's, you will have to place a new file named register.php in the middleware folder. Inside the file you can register middleware's that will be triggered when the application is booting.
<?php return [ /** * Register middleware that you want to be executed while the app is booting * Array: key = Fully qualified class name and value is method to trigger */ 'boot' => [ \App\Middleware\CSRFVerification::class => 'handle', // default ... ], ];
The format is class name as keys while the method to be executed as value so in the
\App\Middleware\CSRFVerification::class is the class while
handle is the method.
Legato now allow you to register as many Twig extensions that your application
needs when you're using Twig as your template, to take advantage of this update the file
twig.php which is in the config folder like so:
<?php return [ 'twig_global' => [ 'app_name' => config('APP_NAME', 'Legato Framework'), ], 'extensions' => [ 'global' => \Legato\Framework\TwigGlobal::class, // default 'debug' => \Twig_Extension_Debug::class, // default ... ], ];
Add the key
APP_ENV to your
.env file, the value of this variable will be used to determine
if the dump extension will be registered when using twig template, you can set this to true or false.
APP_ENV=true //the dump extension will be added to twig environment
APP_ENV to false in production environment
In Legato 1.1.2 you can now specify classes that should be binded into IOC
automatically, these are classes you want to inject into other classes during instantiation, to take advantage of this feature you need to
add a new file
app.php inside the config folder and update the
dependencies array like so:
<?php return [ /** * class that should be automatically resolved by the IOC * value can be: shared, bind, singleton */ 'dependencies' => [ //example: \Legato\Framework\Request::class => 'shared', ] ];
Note: if you want the dependency to be shared then set the value to
if you want to bind the dependency as
otherwise just set it to
Authentication And Encryption Support
To take advantage of Authentication and Encryption support update
app.php as shown below:
<?php return [ /* * class that should be automatically resolved by the IOC * value can be: shared, bind, singleton */ 'dependencies' => [ //example: \Legato\Framework\Request::class => 'shared', ], 'auth' => [ 'fields' => ['username', 'email'], 'model' => \App\Models\User::class, 'activation' => , //column name => value ], 'encryption' => [ 'key' => 'euyq74taeoqiertpeuyq74taeoqiertp', 'cipher' => 'AES-128-CBC' ] ];
Note: complete docs for Authentication and encryption will be added soon.