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VaporExt

VaporExt is a collection of Swift extensions, with handy methods, syntactic sugar, and performance improvements for wide range of Vapor types and classes.

Requirements:

  • Swift 4.1+

Installation

You can use The Swift Package Manager to install VaporExt by adding the proper description to your Package.swift file:

import PackageDescription

let package = Package(
    name: "YOUR_PROJECT_NAME",
    targets: [],
    dependencies: [
        .package(url: "https://github.com/vapor-community/vapor-ext.git", from: "0.1.0"),
    ]
)

Note that the Swift Package Manager is still in early design and development, for more information checkout its GitHub Page

What is included?

The extensions are grouped in 3 modules, AsyncExt, FluentExt and ServiceExt, and the VaporExt which acts as a helper to export the extensions included in the previous packages.

AsyncExt

  • New Future methods:
    • true(or error:)
    • false(or error:)
    • greater(than value:)
    • greater(than value:, or error:)
    • greaterOrEqual(to value:)
    • greaterOrEqual(to value:, or error:)
    • less(than value:)
    • less(than value:, or error:)
    • lessOrEqual(to value:)
    • lessOrEqual(to value:, or error:)
    • equal(to value:)
    • equal(to value:, or error:)
    • notEqual(to value:)
    • notEqual(to value:, or error:)

FluentExt

  • New Model functions:
    • query(by:, on:, withSoftDeleted:) to create a query for the model and apply a filter of criteria.
    • findAll(sortBy:, on:, withSoftDeleted:) to find all models and apply some sorting criteria.
    • find(by:, sortBy:, on:, withSoftDeleted:) to find models and apply some filters and sorting criteria.
    • findOne(by:, on:, withSoftDeleted:) to find first model that matches the filters criteria.
    • count(on:, withSoftDeleted:) to count the number of registers of the model.
    • count(by:, on:, withSoftDeleted:) to count the number of registers of the model that matches some criteria.
  • New Binary operators:
    • !~= for not has suffix comparison.
    • !=~ for not has prefix comparison.
    • !~~ for not contains comparison.
  • New filter methods:
    • filter(keyPath:, at parameter:, on req:) to handle automatic filters based in query params.
  • New sort methods:
    • sort(keyPath:, at queryParam:, as parameter:, default direction:, on req:) to handle automatic sorting based in query params.
    • sort(keyPath:, as parameter:, default direction:, on req:) to handle automatic sorting based in query params.
    • sort(by:) to apply some sorting criteria.
  • New Request extensions to build FilterOperator and QuerySort from query params (Usefull if you use a Repository system):
    • filter(keyPath:, at parameter:) to build FilterOperator based in query params.
    • sort(keyPath:, at queryParam:, as parameter:) to build QuerySort based in query params.
    • sort(keyPath:, at queryParam:, as parameter:, default direction:) to build QuerySort based in query params.
    • sort(keyPath:, as parameter:) to build QuerySort based in query params.
    • sort(keyPath:, as parameter:, default direction:) to build QuerySort based in query params.

Query params syntax for filters:

You can set the filter method with this format parameter=method:value and the new filter method will build the filter based on the method, example:

  • username=example@domain.com or username=eq:example@domain.com will use equal comparison.
  • username=neq:example@domain.com will use not equal comparison.
  • username=in:example@domain.com,other@domain.com will use in comparison.
  • username=nin:example@domain.com,other@domain.com will use not in comparison.
  • price=gt:3000 will use greater than comparison.
  • price=gte:3000 will use greater than or equal comparison.
  • price=lt:3000 will use less than comparison.
  • price=lte:3000 will use less than or equal comparison.
  • username=sw:example will filter using starts with comparison.
  • username=nsw:example will filter using not starts with comparison.
  • username=ew:domain.com will filter using ends with comparison.
  • username=new:domain.com will filter using not ends with comparison.
  • username=ct:domain.com will filter using contains comparison.
  • username=nct:domain.com will filter using not contains comparison.
return try User.query(on: req)
            .filter(\User.username, at: "username", on: req)
            .filter(\User.enabled, at: "enabled", on: req)
            .filter(\User.createdAt, at: "created_at", on: req)
            .filter(\User.updatedAt, at: "updated_at", on: req)
            .filter(\User.deletedAt, at: "deleted_at", on: req)

Query params syntax for sorting:

You can set the sorts methods with this format sort=field:direction,field:direction and the new sort method will build the query based on that configuration, for example

  • With sort=username:asc,created_at:desc you can get you users sorted by username with ASC direction and firstname in DESC direction
return try User.query(on: req)
            .sort(\User.username, as: "username", on: req)
            .sort(\User.createdAt, as: "created_at", default: .ascending, on: req) // if created_at is not present in the url, then the sort is applied using the default direction

Request extensions example:

func index(_ req: Request) throws -> Future<[User]> {
    let repository = try req.make(UserRepository.self)

    let criteria: [FilterOperator<User.Database, User>] = try [
        req.filter(\User.name, at: "name"),
        req.filter(\User.username, at: "username"),
        req.filter(\User.enabled, at: "enabled")
    ].compactMap { $0 }

    var sort: [User.Database.QuerySort] = try [
        req.sort(\User.name, as: "name"),
        req.sort(\User.username, as: "username"),
        req.sort(\User.createdAt, as: "created_at"),
    ].compactMap { $0 }

    if sort.isEmpty {
        let defaultSort = try req.sort(\User.name, as: "name", default: .ascending)
        sort.append(defaultSort)
    }

    return repository.findBy(criteria: criteria, orderBy: sort, on: req)
}

ServiceExt

  • New Enviroment methods:
    • New method dotenv(filename:) to add .envsupport!
    • New generic get(_ key:) method to get values as Int and Bool
    • New generic get(_ key:, _ fallback:) method to get values as Int and Bool and String, with a fallback values

VaporExt

  • New Future methods:
    • new toResponse(on req:, as status:, contentType:) to transform a Future to a Future

Get involved:

We want your feedback. Please refer to contributing guidelines before participating.

Discord Channel:

It is always nice to talk with other people using VaporExt and exchange experiences, so come join our Discord channel.

Credits

This package is developed and maintained by Gustavo Perdomo with the collaboration of all vapor community.

License

VaporExt is released under an MIT license. See license for more information.

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Releases

0.3.0 - Sep 21, 2018

Changes since 0.2.2:

New Model functions:

  • query(by:, on:, withSoftDeleted:) to create a query for the model and apply a filter of criteria.
  • findAll(sortBy:, on:, withSoftDeleted:) to find all models and apply some sorting criteria.
  • find(by:, sortBy:, on:, withSoftDeleted:) to find models and apply some filters and sorting criteria.
  • findOne(by:, on:, withSoftDeleted:) to find first model that matches the filters criteria.
  • count(on:, withSoftDeleted:) to count the number of registers of the model.
  • count(by:, on:, withSoftDeleted:) to count the number of registers of the model that matches some criteria.

New sort methods:

  • sort(by:) to apply some sorting criteria.

0.2.2 - Sep 12, 2018

Changes:

  • Fix Request filter extensions

0.2.1 - Aug 22, 2018

Changes:

  • Improved params extraction to avoid problems with values with :

0.2.0 - Aug 10, 2018

Changes since 0.1.4:

  • New Request extensions to build FilterOperator and QuerySort from query params (Usefull if you use a Repository system):
    • filter(keyPath:, at parameter:) to build FilterOperator based in query params
    • sort(keyPath:, at queryParam:, as parameter:) to build QuerySort based in query params
    • sort(keyPath:, at queryParam:, as parameter:, default direction:) to build QuerySort based in query params
    • sort(keyPath:, as parameter:) to build QuerySort based in query params
    • sort(keyPath:, as parameter:, default direction:) to build QuerySort based in query params

0.1.4 - Aug 1, 2018

Changes since 0.1.3:

  • Fix bug when try to filter a optional string field using ct, nct, sw, nsw, ew, new