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Introduction

Sometimes, we need to show some tables or charts in our page but setting up the whole KoolReport, despite of ease, causes trouble and is not convenient. The Instant package allows us to create report or widget instantly everywhere without setting up a full report.

Beside Instant package can help you to export any file whether it is html or php to PDF and other formats.

Installation

  1. Download and unzip the zipped file
  2. Copy instant folder into koolreport\instant folder

Documentation

Widget

name return description
create(string $widgetClassName, array $widgetParams) null Render the widget. This static function requires $widgetClassName which is the name of widget you want to create and $widgetParams which is any parameters you want to pass to the widget

Examples

Create KoolPHP Table

Below are example of how to create Table on your PHP page

<?php
    require_once "koolreport\autoload.php";
    use \koolreport\instant\Widget;
    use \koolreport\widgets\koolphp\Table;
?>

<html>
    <head>
        <title>Instant Table</title>
    </head>
    <body>
    <?php
    Widget::create(Table::class,array(
        "dataSource"=>array(
            array("name"=>"Peter","age"=>35),
            array("name"=>"Karl","age"=>32),
        )
    ));
    ?>
    </body>
</html>

As you see, you do not need to setup the whole KoolReport class and the view in order to use our Widget. With the Instance package, you can create any widgets you want.

Create Google BarChart

<?php
    require_once "koolreport\autoload.php";
    use \koolreport\instant\Widget;
    use \koolreport\widgets\google\BarChart;
?>

<html>
    <head>
        <title>Instant Table</title>
    </head>
    <body>
    <?php
    Widget::create(BarChart::class,array(
        "dataSource"=>array(
            array("name"=>"Peter","age"=>35),
            array("name"=>"Karl","age"=>32),
        )
    ));
    ?>
    </body>
</html>

Create PieChart

<?php
    require_once "koolreport\autoload.php";
    use \koolreport\instant\Widget;
    use \koolreport\widgets\google\PieChart;
?>

<html>
    <head>
        <title>Instant Table</title>
    </head>
    <body>
    <?php
    Widget::create(PieChart::class,array(
        "dataSource"=>array(
            array("browser"=>"Chrome","usage"=>44.5),
            array("browser"=>"Safari","usage"=>25.4),
            array("browser"=>"Internet Explorer","usage"=>15.5),
            array("browser"=>"Firefox","usage"=>7.4),
            array("browser"=>"Others","usage"=>7.2),
        )
    ));
    ?>
    </body>
</html>

Assets Folder

Automatically create assets folder

By default, Instant package will create koolreport_assets folder automatically to hold the resources of widgets. This will assure that all widgets work seamlessly.

Manually create assets folder

If you want to organize all koolreport widget's resources into a pre-created assets folder of your own, you may do so. For example, you have assets folder created, you can do like below:

<?php
Widget::create(Table::class,array(
    "dataSource"=>array(
        array("name"=>"Peter","age"=>35),
        array("name"=>"Karl","age"=>32),        
    )
),array(
    "path"=>"../../assets"
    "url"=>"/assets",
));
?>

The third parameter of create function is optional settings for assets folder. This assets settings is necessary if browser can not access to the folder containing resources of Widget. By specifying the path and url, we let KoolReport know where to put Widget's resources and how to access those resources.

Turn off this feature

If you put KoolReport library in folder that can be accessed by browser, there will not be need for create assets folder. So you may tell instant package not to create any assets folder. Just input false value into the third parameter like below

<?php
Widget::create(Table::class,array(
    "dataSource"=>array(
        array("name"=>"Peter","age"=>35),
        array("name"=>"Karl","age"=>32),        
    )
),false);
?>

Exporter

Exporter helps you to ulilize the Export package (if you have) to export any HTML or PHP code file to PDF and other formats.

<?php
require_once "koolreport/autoload.php";
use \koolreport\instant\Exporter;

Exporter::export("/full/path/to/your/file.php")
->pdf(array(
    "format"=>"A4",
    "orientation"=>"portrait"
))
->toBrowser("myfile.pdf");

or you can save file

Exporter::export("/full/path/to/your/file.php")
->pdf(array(
    "format"=>"A4",
    "orientation"=>"portrait"
))
->saveAs("myfile.pdf");

SinglePage

As you may know, to start a report, we normally need 3 files: a controller class file(ex.MyReport.php), a view file (ex. MyReport.view.php) and a initiation file (index.php). The SinglePage allows us to create report in just one file, bundling all the controller, view and initiation file into one. Please view below example:

<?php
//Index.php
require_once "../../../koolreport/autoload.php";

use \koolreport\querybuilder\DB;
use \koolreport\widgets\koolphp\Table;

class MyReport extends \koolreport\KoolReport
{
    use \koolreport\instant\SinglePage;
    use \koolreport\clients\Bootstrap;
    function settings()
    {
        return array(
            "dataSources"=>array(
                "automaker"=>array(
                    "connectionString"=>"mysql:host=localhost;dbname=automaker",
                    "username"=>"root",
                    "password"=>"",
                    "charset"=>"utf8"
                ),
            ),
        );
    }

    function setup()
    {
        $this->src('automaker')->query(
            DB::table("customers")->select("customerNumber","customerName")
        )
        ->pipe($this->dataStore("mydata"));
    }
}

$report = new MyReport;
$report->start();
?>

<html>
    <head>
        <title>Test</title>
    </head>
    <body>
        <h1>Testing</h1>
        <?php
        Table::create(array(
            "dataSource"=>$report->dataStore('mydata')
        ));
        ?>
    </body>
</html>

<?php $report->end(); ?>

As you may see from above example, we only have 1 file index.php containing controller classes MyReport and the view inside the start() and end() methods of report. We declare use \koolreport\instant\SinglePage; inside MyReport to provide two important methods above.

Support

Please use our forum if you need support, by this way other people can benefit as well. If the support request need privacy, you may send email to us at [email protected].



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