Monday, June 4, 2012

Event Listener Example

Here is an event listener example. I made a little game using Symfony2 framework and I needed to check if the user chose a hero(character) to play before trying to make some actions like view inventory etc.
namespace HungryCoders\HeroGameBundle\EventListener;

use Symfony\Component\HttpKernel\Event\FilterControllerEvent;

class BeforeControllerListener
    protected $session;
    protected $resolver;
    public function __construct($session, $resolver)
        $this->session = $session;
        $this->resolver = $resolver;
     * This is used to check if the user that wants to access some hero game controller
     * chose a hero to play with
    public function onKernelController(FilterControllerEvent $event)
        $controller = $event->getController();

        if (!is_array($controller)) {
            // not a object but a different kind of callable. Do nothing
        $controller = $event->getController();
        $controllerObject = $controller[0];
        if ($controllerObject instanceOf \HungryCoders\HeroGameBundle\Controller\BattleController
        ||  $controllerObject instanceOf \HungryCoders\HeroGameBundle\Controller\HeroController
        ||  $controllerObject instanceOf \HungryCoders\HeroGameBundle\Controller\InventoryController
        ||  $controllerObject instanceOf \HungryCoders\HeroGameBundle\Controller\TownController
            if ($this->session->get('heroGameHeroId') === null) {
                $this->session->setFlash('heroGame.mustChooseAHero', 'You must choose a hero to play');
                //a way to create a new response without any redirect just create a response using a controller action
                $request = new \Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Request();
                $request->attributes->set('_controller', 'HungryCodersHeroGameBundle:HeroAccess:dashboard');

    heroGame.battle.maxRounds: 5
    heroGame.attack.rangeLevels: 5

        class: HungryCoders\HeroGameBundle\EventListener\BeforeControllerListener
        arguments: [ @session, @controller_resolver]
            - { name: kernel.event_listener, event: kernel.controller, method: onKernelController }

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