Author: Manuel Lemos
Updated on: 2021-03-09
Posted on: 2021-03-09
Package: Simple React PHP HTTP Server
This allows applications to make more efficient use of the server machine CPUs, by executing tasks in parallel, while other tasks are waiting for a response from an external process or system, like for instance, a database server that takes time to a execute a query.
This package takes advantage of the ReactPHP library asynchronous programming features to implement an efficient custom HTTP server totally written in PHP.
The package allows developers to create Web applications just by creating handler functions or controller classes that process the requests for specific URLs and return the responses.
This way, PHP developers can write pure PHP Web applications without needing to use external Web server applications.
About the Simple React PHP HTTP Server Package
The basic purpose is: Pure PHP HTTP server using ReactPHP library
Here follows in more detail what it does:
This package implements a pure PHP HTTP server using ReactPHP library.
It can start listening to HTTP requests on a given IP address and port number and processes the request by calling code that generates the HTTP responses.
Applications may register listener functions or controller classes to handle specific types of events like errors, requests sent to given URL path patterns, or form submission handling.
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