Symfony integration with Swoole to speed up your applications.
Make sure you have installed proper Swoole PHP Extension and pass other requirements.
(optional) Create a new symfony project
composer create-project symfony/skeleton project cd ./project
Install bundle in your Symfony application
composer require k911/swoole-bundle
return [ // ...other bundles K911\Swoole\Bridge\Symfony\Bundle\SwooleBundle::class => ['all' => true], ];
Run Swoole HTTP Server
You can now configure bundle according to your needs
Built-in API Server
Swoole Bundle API Server allows managing Swoole HTTP Server in real-time.
Improved static files serving
Swoole HTTP Server provides a default static files handler, but it lacks supporting many
Content-Types. To overcome this issue, there is a configurable Advanced Static Files Server. Static files serving remains enabled by default in the development environment. Static files directory defaults to
%kernel.project_dir%/public. To configure your custom mime types check configuration reference (key
Symfony Messenger integration
Available since version:
Swoole Server Task Transport has been integrated into this bundle to allow easy execution of asynchronous actions. Documentation of this feature is available here.
Hot Module Reload (HMR) for development ALPHA
Since Swoole HTTP Server runs in Event Loop and does not flush memory between requests, to keep DX equal with normal servers, this bundle uses code replacement technique, using
inotify PHP Extension to allow continuous development. It is enabled by default (when the extension is found) and requires no additional configuration. You can turn it off in bundle configuration.
Remarks: This feature currently works only on a Linux host machine. It probably won't work with Docker, and it is possible that it works only with configuration:
swoole.http_server.running_mode: process (default).
Additional requirements to enable specific features:
^2.0.0to use Hot Module Reload (HMR)
Bundle requires Swoole PHP Extension version
4.5.10 or higher. Active bug fixes are provided only for the latest version.
To check your installed version you can run the following command:
php -r "echo swoole_version() . \PHP_EOL;" # 4.4.7