Migrating from SocialConnect/Auth 2.x to 3.x | SocialConnect

Migrating from SocialConnect/Auth 2.x to 3.x

Last Modified: 2019-09-15 Edit on GitHub

Moving to PSR-18 HTTP Client with PSR-7 messaging

Generally we stop SocialConnect\Common\Http\ClientInterface from socialconnect/common as HTTP-client. We require any client with PSR-18 compatibility client and PSR-7 as messaging for it.

Read more about available HTTP clients inside

Example with our client:

$ composer require socialconnect/http-client:^1.0

Example:

$httpClient = new \SocialConnect\HttpClient\Curl();

$httpStack = new \SocialConnect\Common\HttpStack(
    // HTTP-client `Psr\Http\Client\ClientInterface`
    $httpClient,
    // RequestFactory that implements Psr\Http\Message\RequestFactoryInterface
    new \SocialConnect\HttpClient\RequestFactory(),
    // StreamFactoryInterface that implements Psr\Http\Message\StreamFactoryInterface
    new \SocialConnect\HttpClient\StreamFactory()
);

And pass it to SocialConnect/Auth or to provider directly.

$service = new \SocialConnect\Auth\Service(
    $httpStack,
    new \SocialConnect\Provider\Session\Session(),
    $configureProviders,
    $collectionFactory
);

Moving to PSR-16 (simple-cache) compatibility interface for Cache

Generally we stop using doctrine/cache for Common\Http\Client\Cache and started to use PSR-16 (simple-cache) compatibility providers, if you dont use any framework we highly recommend you to use symfony/cache vendor as PSR-16 compatibility provider.

$ composer require symfony/cache

Next, You replace you Http\Client\Cache creation to:

$httpClient = new \SocialConnect\Common\Http\Client\Cache(
    $httpClient,
    /**
     * You can use any library with PSR-16 (simple-cache) compatibility
     */
    new \Symfony\Component\Cache\Psr16Cache(
        new \Symfony\Component\Cache\Adapter\PhpFilesAdapter(
            'socialconnect',
            0,
            __DIR__ . '/cache'
        )
    )
);

User fields

We hide fields sex & birthday by protected modifier and changed types:

  • sex is female or male, see contacts called: User::SEX_MALE/USER::SEX_FEMALE (was not strict before)
  • birthday is \DateTime (was string before)

Replace:

$user->sex;
$user->birthday;

With:

$user->getSex();
$user->getBirthday();