Author: Manuel Lemos
Updated on: 2021-12-02
Posted on: 2021-12-02
Package: Lazy PHP Event Handler
One way to process the results of those tasks is to use event handlers that register callback functions that the handlers invoke after the tasks are complete.
This package allows developers to configure event handlers from configuration scripts that are loaded dynamically. This possibility makes it possible to separate the task executing from the task processing using different PHP source code files.
About the Lazy PHP Event Handler Package
The package Lazy PHP Event Handler is one of the few PHP packages that was considered notable recently because it does something that is worth paying attention.
The basic purpose is: Register event handlers to be loaded dynamically
Here follows in more detail what it does:
This package can register event handlers that are loaded dynamically.
It can register event handlers with code from separate configuration PHP script files.
When the events are triggered, the package can load the handler dynamically and call it.
The package can also cache the compiled event handler code in PHP scripts to be loaded faster next time the respective is triggered.
The Lazy PHP Event Handler can be downloaded from download page or be installed using the PHP Composer tool following instructions in the Composer install instructions page.
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