Elastic Repository

Elasticsearch Active Repository Package
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🎉 Elasticsearch Repository Package

Elasticsearch Repository is a simple, smart implementation of Active Repository for Elasticsearch.

🔥 Features

  • provide active repository pattern over your elasticsearch indices, types.
  • bring query builder into your elasticsearch repositories.
  • Minimize lines of code for building elasticsearch queries with system with big business logic.
  • Prevent code duplication.
  • Reduce potential programming errors.

❕ Installation

grap it via composer

composer require mustafah15/elastic-repository

integration

Elasticsearch Repository package is framework-agnostic and as such can be integrated easily natively or with your favorite framework.

✨ Usage

  • Extend ElasticRepository class as a repository for your type or index.
class schoolsRepository extends ElasticRepository 
{
    // method contains some bussiness logic 
    public function returnQueryWherename()
    {
        $this->where('name', 'EGSchool', 0.5)->getResultQuery();
    }
}

📋 Documentation

ElasticRepository

when you extend ElasticRepository class you will have get various functionality

setIndex(), setType()

The setIndex() and setType() methods for setting up your index name and type name into Repository:

setSort()

The setSort() method adds main sort criteria for the query: sorting with _score by default when adding score function

// pass field name to sort by 
$queryBuilder->setSort('fieldName');

setOrder()

The setOrder() method to specify sort direction:

$queryBuilder->setSort('fieldName')->setOrder('desc');

setTransformer($transformer)

The setTransformer($transformer) to add transformer for your result transformer must implement TransformerContract

get()

method get() to get result from your final query after building it using query builder:

getResultWithScore()

The getResultWithScore($scoreFunction) method to get results after adding a score function: takes Query\FunctionScore $functionScore as a parameter to be applied to your results

getResultQuery()

the getResultQuery() return Query object

getResultQueryWithScore($scoreFunction)

takes Query\FunctionScore $functionScore as a parameter to apply scoring to your query

QueryBuilder

Every ElasticRepository class have it's own query builder which have a lot of operations and functionlity that you can use.

where(), whereNot()

The where() and whereNot() methods adding must and must not to the main filter:

//attribute paramter then the expected value and optional value for the field boost
$queryBuilder->where($attribute, $value = null, $boost = 1.0);

whereIn(), whereNotIn()

The whereIn() and whereNotIn() methods adding Range to the main filter:


//attribute paramter then a optional value for the fields from and to
$queryBuilder->whereIn($attribute, $from = '', $to = '');

exist('fieldName')

$queryBuilder->exist('fieldName');

match($attribute, $keyword)

$queryBuilder->match('fieldName', $keywordToMatch);

TODO

  • add the rest of crud operation (insert, update)
  • caching support

Contributing

Please see CONTRIBUTING for details.

License

The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information.

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