The Nuxeo Platform’s flexible and extensible REST API makes it easy for you to use your favorite programming language and build a customized interface, while fully leveraging the Nuxeo Platform and its features. To make it even easier, we have some pre-built client libraries. One of them is the Nuxeo PHP Automation Client. It allows you to access the platform from any PHP application through the REST API. Today, I will show you how easy it is to leverage the power of this Automation Client.
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Anyone who knows PHP must have heard about Symfony - the leading PHP framework to create websites and web applications. In this blog, I will show how to use this new packaging of Nuxeo PHP Automation Client in a very simple Symfony 3 project. Let’s get started!
First, edit the
composer.json file to add the
nuxeo-automation-php-client dependency :
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Then, create some convenient parameters and a nuxeo service in the
app/config/services.yml file :
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Finally, in a controller you can get the nuxeo service and fetch any document :
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Here, I fetched a simple Note-type document with an HTML content that I use as the landing page of my Symfony application.
You can also fetch a document by searching from some SEO title field created in Nuxeo Studio and approved documents by using something like:
[gist id=cf943198bc7926431707 file=getblog-action.php] I hope this article inspired you to create PHP websites leveraging the ease of Symfony and the power of the Nuxeo Platform.