#53 Use PSR-7

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opened 2 years ago by jking · 2 comments
jking commented 2 years ago

PHP-FIG published PSR-7, a model for representing HTTP requests and responses in a consistent and coherent way. Currently Arsse has its own ad hoc lightweight representation, but switching to a tested PSR-7 implementation (such as that provided by Guzzle) would probably reduce the potential for bugs.

PHP-FIG published [PSR-7](http://www.php-fig.org/psr/psr-7/), a model for representing HTTP requests and responses in a consistent and coherent way. Currently Arsse has its own ad hoc lightweight representation, but switching to a tested PSR-7 implementation (such as that provided by [Guzzle](https://github.com/guzzle/psr7)) would probably reduce the potential for bugs.
jking modified the milestone from Future to 0.3.0 1 year ago
jking commented 1 year ago
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For the time being, we will be using Diactoros for PSR-7 functionality. It provides significantly more compelling features than Guzzle.

For the time being, we will be using [Diactoros](https://zendframework.github.io/zend-diactoros/overview/) for PSR-7 functionality. It provides significantly more compelling features than Guzzle.
jking commented 1 year ago
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Authentication is not properly handled via the server requests; this needs to be done to complete functionality.

Authentication is not properly handled via the server requests; this needs to be done to complete functionality.
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