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frdl Application Components Access Wrapper: Register and access objects with aliases

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This class can register and access objects with aliases.

It can register class objects and assign them shortcut alias names.

The registered objects can be referred and called using the registered shortcuts.

The class can also assign anonymous function to given object functions, so when those object functions are called, the class will call the assigned functions.

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Sometimes when developers need to access objects that access other objects you need to to create variables to avoid typing too much to specify those object references.

However, when using fluent function calling, it is not convenient to assign variables to objects that may result from the calls to those objects.

This class provides an alternative that consists in assigning alias names to the intermediary objects that may result from fluent function calls.

It can also dynamically add anonymous functions to classes, so it can be used as plugin system for instance.

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require 'App.php';

 * declaring an class for later using as alias
 * */
class myClass extends PDO {}

frdl\webfan\App::God(false, "Demo", null, false)
  * predefined when init===true
-> addShortCut('$', array(frdl\webfan\App::God(),'addShortCut'))
   * Using Shortcut
-> {'$'}('!write', (function($arg){$a = func_get_args(); echo $a[0];}) )
'$'}('lnbr', (function(){echo '<br />'."\r\n";}) )
   * Using Aliasing
-> setAlias('DB Wrapper', '\myDB', '\myClass', '\PDO',array())

'$'}('showexamplecode', (function(){echo highlight_file(__FILE__, true);}) )
  -> {
'!write'}('Outputs: ')
  -> {
'!write'}('Hello world')
  -> {
'!write'}(' - and your PDO drivers')
print_r(\myDB::getAvailableDrivers(), true);

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