Common interfaces for simple caching
PHP Doctrine Common project is a library that provides additional functionality that other Doctrine projects depend on such as better reflection support, persistence interfaces, proxies, event system and much more.
A set of abstractions extracted out of the Symfony components
Factory interfaces for PSR-7 HTTP Message
The Doctrine Persistence project is a set of shared interfaces and functionality that the different Doctrine object mappers share.
PHP Content Repository interfaces
Common interfaces for HTTP links
Insane Propel behavior that helps you to be compliant with third-party interfaces by adding type hint to generated methods.
The component allows you construct and/or parse Mail messages conforming to the mail standard. It has support for attachments, multipart messages and HTML mail. It also interfaces with SMTP to send mail or IMAP, POP3 or mbox to retrieve e-mail.
Derives Interfaces from the API of a class
This bundle provides a simple OOP interfaces for cURL php wrapper.
A collection of PHP interfaces and adapters to make swapping out HTTP library dependencies quick and easy.
Generic classes and interfaces for messages and message buses
Provide search and export interfaces for datasets.
The mouf-validators-interface package contains interfaces your classes can implement to provide self-validation in the Mouf interface.
Glue between hackzilla bundles and other bundles
Extracts list of dependencies (classes, interfaces & traits) from PHP file or code snippet.
FastCGI protocol, client and server interfaces and implementations
Common interfaces and classes
VersionedGridFieldDetailForm, for managing Sitetree (or any other versioned objects) in CMS interfaces, such as ModelAdmin
General purpose and commonly used PHP interface definitions
A collection of PHP interfaces and adapters to make swapping out cache library dependencies quick and easy.
This package contains interfaces and classes describing mails. It also contains the MailerService interface that should be implemented by any service that can send mails. You should use a package implementing this interface (like the SmtpMailer package.
Basic resource interfaces for PHP applications.