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guzzlehttp/promises 2.0.2

Guzzle promises library
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25 Feb 2015
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3 Dec 2023
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does guzzlehttp/promises do?

The Guzzle Promises package provides a Promises/A+ implementation that handles promise chaining and resolution iteratively. Thus, it allows for infinite promise chaining while maintaining the stack size constant.

How do you use guzzlehttp/promises?

You can install and utilize 'guzzlehttp/promises' in your PHP project by following these steps:

  1. Install the package via composer with the command:
composer require guzzlehttp/promises
  1. Next, import the Promise class from the GuzzleHttp\Promise namespace into your PHP script.

  2. After importing, you can create a new promise using the 'new' keyword and Promise constructor.

  3. Then, you can use methods like 'then', 'wait', 'cancel', 'getState', 'resolve', and 'reject' to interact with your Promise.

Below is a basic usage example:

use GuzzleHttp\Promise\Promise;

$promise = new Promise();
$promise->then(
    // $onFulfilled
    function ($value) {
        echo 'The promise was fulfilled.';
    },
    // $onRejected
    function ($reason) {
        echo 'The promise was rejected.';
    }
);

Here is an example of resolving a promise:

use GuzzleHttp\Promise\Promise;

$promise = new Promise();
$promise
    ->then(function ($value) {
        // Return a value and don't break the chain
        return "Hello, " . $value;
    })
    ->then(function ($value) {
        echo $value;
    });

$promise->resolve('reader.');  //Will output "Hello, reader."

Where are the guzzlehttp/promises docs?

The documentation for Guzzle Promises can be found in the README file of its GitHub repository. The documentation provides adequate information like package features, API reference, version guidance, installation and usage instructions, and highlights on key implementation notes.