Added sendGenericGetResponse() which sends a generic HTML GET response to the
authorRoland Haeder <roland@mxchange.org>
Sun, 5 Apr 2015 21:59:13 +0000 (23:59 +0200)
committerRoland Haeder <roland@mxchange.org>
Sun, 5 Apr 2015 21:59:13 +0000 (23:59 +0200)
client. This means a header, menu, content and footer is compiled and send out
to the client.

Signed-off-by: Roland H├Ąder <roland@mxchange.org>
inc/classes/main/commands/class_BaseCommand.php

index efb9d16..03c715a 100644 (file)
@@ -32,6 +32,76 @@ class BaseCommand extends BaseFrameworkSystem {
                // Call parent constructor
                parent::__construct($className);
        }
                // Call parent constructor
                parent::__construct($className);
        }
+
+       /**
+        * Sends a generic HTTP response with header, menu, content and footer
+        *
+        * @param       $requestInstance        An instance of a class with an Requestable interface
+        * @param       $responseInstance       An instance of a class with an Responseable interface
+        * @return      void
+        */
+       protected function sendGenericGetResponse (Requestable $requestInstance, Responseable $responseInstance) {
+               // This command doesn't handle any POST requests, so only handle get request
+               assert(!$requestInstance->isPostRequestMethod());
+
+               // Get the application instance
+               $applicationInstance = $this->getResolverInstance()->getApplicationInstance();
+
+               // Prepare a template instance
+               $templateInstance = $this->prepareTemplateInstance($applicationInstance);
+
+               // Transfer application data
+               $templateInstance->assignApplicationData($applicationInstance);
+
+               // Load the master template
+               $masterTemplate = $applicationInstance->buildMasterTemplateName();
+
+               // Load header template
+               $templateInstance->loadCodeTemplate('header');
+
+               // Compile and assign it with a variable
+               $templateInstance->compileTemplate();
+               $templateInstance->assignTemplateWithVariable('header', 'header');
+
+               // Load footer template
+               $templateInstance->loadCodeTemplate('footer');
+
+               // Compile and assign it with a variable
+               $templateInstance->compileTemplate();
+               $templateInstance->assignTemplateWithVariable('footer', 'footer');
+
+               // Load the content template
+               $templateInstance->loadCodeTemplate($this->getResolverInstance()->getCommandName());
+
+               // Assign the content template with the master template as a content ... ;)
+               $templateInstance->assignTemplateWithVariable($applicationInstance->getAppShortName() . '_' . $this->getResolverInstance()->getCommandName(), 'main_content');
+
+               // Load the master template
+               $templateInstance->loadCodeTemplate($masterTemplate);
+
+               // Set title
+               $templateInstance->assignVariable('title', $this->getLanguageInstance()->getMessage('page_' . $applicationInstance->getAppShortName() . '_' . $this->getResolverInstance()->getCommandName() . '_title'));
+
+               // Construct the menu in every command. We could do this in BaseCommand class. But this means
+               // *every* command has a navigation system and that is want we don't want.
+               $menuInstance = ObjectFactory::createObjectByConfiguredName($applicationInstance->getAppShortName() . '_' . $this->getResolverInstance()->getCommandName() . '_menu_class', array($applicationInstance));
+
+               // Render the menu
+               $menuInstance->renderMenu();
+
+               // Transfer it to the template engine instance
+               $menuInstance->transferContentToTemplateEngine($templateInstance);
+
+               /*
+                * ... and all variables. This should be merged together in a pattern
+                * to make things easier. A cache mechanism should be added between
+                * these two calls to cache compiled templates.
+                */
+               $templateInstance->compileVariables();
+
+               // Get the content back from the template engine and put it in response class
+               $templateInstance->transferToResponse($responseInstance);
+       }
 }
 
 // [EOF]
 }
 
 // [EOF]