php-react stack release
Event-driven, non-blocking I/O with PHP.
Asynchronous HTTP client library.
Async connector to open TCP/IP and SSL/TLS based connections.
Async DNS resolver.
The main point of the DNS component is to provide async DNS resolution. However, it is really a toolkit for working with DNS messages, and could easily be used to create a DNS server.
Library for building an evented http server.
Async, streaming plaintext TCP/IP and secure TLS socket server.
Lightweight library that eases integrating async components built for React PHP in a traditional, blocking environment.
Library for executing child processes.
Trivial timeout implementation for Promises.
Basic readable and writable stream interfaces that support piping.
In order to make the event loop easier to use, this component introduces the concept of streams. They are very similar to the streams found in PHP itself, but have an interface more suited for async I/O.
Mainly it provides interfaces for readable and writable streams, plus a file descriptor based implementation with an in-memory write buffer.
This component depends on événement, which is an implementation of the EventEmitter.
A simple and modern approach to stream filtering in PHP.
Evenement is a very simple event dispatching library for PHP.
It has the same design goals as Silex and Pimple, to empower the user while staying concise and simple.
It is very strongly inspired by the EventEmitter API found in node.js.
Promised cache interface.
The cache component provides a promise-based cache interface and an in-memory ArrayCache implementation of that. This allows consumers to type hint against the interface and third parties to provide alternate implementations.
Event loop abstraction layer that libraries can use for evented I/O.
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