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10 months ago by araluce

This simplifies a lot the way you run your services and the error or success management. Great idea!

Repository Details

πŸ“ Command object Interface for Ruby

Serviz

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Minimalistic Service Class Interface for Ruby

Serviz provides a minimal interface to unify and homogenize your Service or Command objects in your Ruby code.

Installation

Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'serviz'

And then execute:

> bundle install

Or install it yourself as:

> gem install serviz

Usage

  • Your class should inherit from Serviz::Base
  • Your class should implement a #call method
  • Return the result via self.result=
  • Add errors via self.errors<<

Example:

First, you should create a Serviz class:

class RegisterUser < Serviz::Base
  def initialize(user)
    @user = user
  end

  def call
    if @user.valid?
      @user.register_and_notify

      self.result = @user
    else
      self.errors << 'Invalid user'
    end
  end
end

Now, you can run it by using the call method:

operation = RegisterUser.call(user)

if operation.success?
  user = operation.result
  puts "Success! #{user.name} registered!"
else
  puts "Error! #{operation.error_messages}"
end

As you can see in the example above, you can use the success? method to check if your operation succeed. You can also use the ok? alias.

In case you want to check if the run failed, you can use the failure? method (or the alias error?):

if operation.failure?
  puts "Error! Please try again ..."
  return
end

You may want to use the block syntax:

RegisterUser.call(user) do |operation|
  puts "Success!" if operation.ok?
end

Development

Any kind of feedback, bug report or enhancement are really welcome!

To contribute, just fork the repo, hack on it and send a pull request. Don't forget to add specs for behaviour changes and run the test suite:

> bundle exec rspec

License

Copyright (c) Marc Anguera. Serviz is released under the MIT License.