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Create REST APIs with module lazy loading
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silex-rest-api-multi-lazyload

This is a SILEX based Rest API with module lazy load, it uses micro services and has authentication. It uses token authentication and is useful for Angularjs Applications, it also uses Yandex service to translate strings for internationalization.

This api can be used for exposing different web services, that means that every service can have its own workspace and database configuration, it is built in a modular fashion, where removing any part won't affect the whole functionality.

Api Refecence

https://secureaudit.co/api-docs

For multiple API interfaces, just create a new dir:

public2/
.htaccess
index.php

.htaccess file contents:

 #Options -MultiViews
 RewriteEngine On
 RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
 RewriteRule ^ index.php [L]

index.php contents:

 require_once __DIR__ . '/../vendor/autoload.php';
 $app = App\Rest::run('prod2');

Create a prod2.php config file under ./config/

_About the Lazy Load._

This rest API uses lazy loading for services, it has a Factory pattern implemented so all naming conventions must be kept for controllers and services.

Do the following to run:

composer install 
php -S 0:8001 -t public1/

Run tests:

 vendor/bin/phpunit 

Point to:

 http://localhost:8001/api/v1/whatever

HTTP Request Headers:

 'Content-Type: application/json'
 'x-token: your-auth-token'

License see LICENSE file.

Authentication method:

curl -i -H "x-requested-with: CLFYf7yz1it9x16FX1b5rlDNp3qkXJWB" -H "Content-Type: application/json" -X-POST http://localhost:8001/api/v1/login -d '{
  "login": { "email": "test@example.com", "pass": $apiPass //"04fbd445b467cf8679232accbcedf6192070d068"}
}'

How to generate passwords

$appKey  = 'CLFYf7yz1it9x16FX1b5rlDNp3qkXJWB';
$pass    = sha1('User123!*?'); //43e1eeda52d762652c2846badea1dd6a2a761d81
$apiPass = sha1($appKey.$pass); //04fbd445b467cf8679232accbcedf6192070d068

Login Headers, company token:

'x-requested-with: CLFYf7yz1it9x16FX1b5rlDNp3qkXJWB'
'Content-Type: application/json'

I owe you unit tests, sorry, test writers are welcome!!, any questions just contact me.

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