Saif Bechan Saif Bechan - 2 months ago 34
PHP Question

Lumen + Dingo + JWT is not instantiable while building

I am trying to get a basic working foundation for a Lumen + Dingo Rest API, but I am not able to figure out how to peace is all together.

Lumen is working fine, but when I try to add Dingo I get all sorts of errors. From the Dingo documentation I read:

Once you have the package you can configure the provider in your

config/api.php
file or in a service provider or bootstrap file.

'jwt' => 'Dingo\Api\Auth\Provider\JWT'


or

app('Dingo\Api\Auth\Auth')->extend('jwt', function ($app) {
return new Dingo\Api\Auth\Provider\JWT($app['Tymon\JWTAuth\JWTAuth']);
});


I have installed a fresh copy of Lumen, and I do not see any
config/api.php
, so I assume I work with the piece of code to place in my
bootstrap/app.php


Well this is what my
bootstrap/app.php
looks like:

<?php

require_once __DIR__.'/../vendor/autoload.php';

try {
(new Dotenv\Dotenv(__DIR__.'/../'))->load();
} catch (Dotenv\Exception\InvalidPathException $e) {
//
}

$app = new Laravel\Lumen\Application(
realpath(__DIR__.'/../')
);

$app->singleton(
Illuminate\Contracts\Debug\ExceptionHandler::class,
App\Exceptions\Handler::class
);

$app->singleton(
Illuminate\Contracts\Console\Kernel::class,
App\Console\Kernel::class
);

$app->register(Dingo\Api\Provider\LumenServiceProvider::class);

app('Dingo\Api\Auth\Auth')->extend('jwt', function ($app) {
return new Dingo\Api\Auth\Provider\JWT($app['Tymon\JWTAuth\JWTAuth']);
});

$app->group(['namespace' => 'App\Api\Controllers'], function ($app) {
require __DIR__.'/../app/Api/routes.php';
});

return $app;


When running this I get the following error:

BindingResolutionException in Container.php line 752:

Target [Tymon\JWTAuth\Providers\JWT\JWTInterface] is not instantiable while building [Tymon\JWTAuth\JWTAuth, Tymon\JWTAuth\JWTManager].

in Container.php line 752
at Container->build('Tymon\JWTAuth\Providers\JWT\JWTInterface', array()) in Container.php line 633
at Container->make('Tymon\JWTAuth\Providers\JWT\JWTInterface', array()) in Application.php line 205
at Application->make('Tymon\JWTAuth\Providers\JWT\JWTInterface') in Container.php line 853
at Container->resolveClass(object(ReflectionParameter)) in Container.php line 808
at Container->getDependencies(array(object(ReflectionParameter), object(ReflectionParameter), object(ReflectionParameter)), array()) in Container.php line 779
at Container->build('Tymon\JWTAuth\JWTManager', array()) in Container.php line 633
at Container->make('Tymon\JWTAuth\JWTManager', array()) in Application.php line 205
at Application->make('Tymon\JWTAuth\JWTManager') in Container.php line 853
at Container->resolveClass(object(ReflectionParameter)) in Container.php line 808
at Container->getDependencies(array(object(ReflectionParameter), object(ReflectionParameter), object(ReflectionParameter), object(ReflectionParameter)), array()) in Container.php line 779
at Container->build('Tymon\JWTAuth\JWTAuth', array()) in Container.php line 633
at Container->make('Tymon\JWTAuth\JWTAuth', array()) in Application.php line 205
at Application->make('Tymon\JWTAuth\JWTAuth') in Container.php line 1178
at Container->offsetGet('Tymon\JWTAuth\JWTAuth') in app.php line 95
at {closure}(object(Application))
at call_user_func(object(Closure), object(Application)) in Auth.php line 216
at Auth->extend('jwt', object(Closure)) in app.php line 96
at require('/vagrant/dev_src/api/bootstrap/app.php') in index.php line 14


Only when I remove the following piece of code it works again:

app('Dingo\Api\Auth\Auth')->extend('jwt', function ($app) {
return new Dingo\Api\Auth\Provider\JWT($app['Tymon\JWTAuth\JWTAuth']);
});


UPDATE 1



.env
file:

APP_ENV=local
APP_DEBUG=true
APP_KEY=xxxxSECRETxxxx

CACHE_DRIVER=file
QUEUE_DRIVER=sync

JWT_SECRET=yyyySECRETyyyy

API_VENDOR=MyCompanyName
API_STANDARDS_TREE=vnd
API_PREFIX=api
API_VERSION=v1
API_NAME="MyCompanyName API"
API_CONDITIONAL_REQUEST=false
API_STRICT=false
API_DEFAULT_FORMAT=json

Answer

There's a lot you must to do. Here's the guide:

You have to manually bind the CacheManager implementation:

$app->singleton(
    Illuminate\Cache\CacheManager::class,
    function ($app) {
        return $app->make('cache');
    }
);

You also need to bind AuthManager implementation:

$app->singleton(
    Illuminate\Auth\AuthManager::class,
    function ($app) {
        return $app->make('auth');
    }
);

Before you register Dingo\Api\Provider\LumenServiceProvider, you have to register Tymon\JWTAuth\Providers\JWTAuthServiceProvider.

$app->register(Tymon\JWTAuth\Providers\JWTAuthServiceProvider::class);
$app->register(Dingo\Api\Provider\LumenServiceProvider::class);

Before you register Tymon\JWTAuth\Providers\JWTAuthServiceProvider you need to make a config_path function, since Lumen doesn't support this global function.

/**
 * Because Lumen has no config_path function, we need to add this function
 * to make JWT Auth works.
 */
if (!function_exists('config_path')) {
    /**
     * Get the configuration path.
     *
     * @param string $path
     *
     * @return string
     */
    function config_path($path = '')
    {
        return app()->basePath().'/config'.($path ? '/'.$path : $path);
    }
}

Here's my full bootstrap/app.php file:

<?php

require_once __DIR__.'/../vendor/autoload.php';

try {
    (new Dotenv\Dotenv(__DIR__.'/../'))->load();
} catch (Dotenv\Exception\InvalidPathException $e) {
    //
}

/*
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Create The Application
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here we will load the environment and create the application instance
| that serves as the central piece of this framework. We'll use this
| application as an "IoC" container and router for this framework.
|
*/

$app = new Laravel\Lumen\Application(
    realpath(__DIR__.'/../')
);

$app->withFacades();

$app->withEloquent();

/*
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Register Container Bindings
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Now we will register a few bindings in the service container. We will
| register the exception handler and the console kernel. You may add
| your own bindings here if you like or you can make another file.
|
*/

$app->singleton(
    Illuminate\Contracts\Debug\ExceptionHandler::class,
    App\Exceptions\Handler::class
);

$app->singleton(
    Illuminate\Contracts\Console\Kernel::class,
    App\Console\Kernel::class
);

$app->singleton(
    Illuminate\Contracts\Routing\ResponseFactory::class,
    Illuminate\Routing\ResponseFactory::class
);

$app->singleton(
    Illuminate\Auth\AuthManager::class,
    function ($app) {
        return $app->make('auth');
    }
);

$app->singleton(
    Illuminate\Cache\CacheManager::class,
    function ($app) {
        return $app->make('cache');
    }
);

/*
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Register Middleware
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Next, we will register the middleware with the application. These can
| be global middleware that run before and after each request into a
| route or middleware that'll be assigned to some specific routes.
|
*/

// $app->middleware([
//    App\Http\Middleware\ExampleMiddleware::class
// ]);

// $app->routeMiddleware([
//     //
// ]);

/*
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Register Service Providers
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here we will register all of the application's service providers which
| are used to bind services into the container. Service providers are
| totally optional, so you are not required to uncomment this line.
|
*/

// $app->register(App\Providers\AppServiceProvider::class);
// $app->register(App\Providers\AuthServiceProvider::class);
// $app->register(App\Providers\EventServiceProvider::class);

// JWTAuth Dependencies
/**
 * Because Lumen has no config_path function, we need to add this function
 * to make JWT Auth works.
 */
if (!function_exists('config_path')) {
    /**
     * Get the configuration path.
     *
     * @param string $path
     *
     * @return string
     */
    function config_path($path = '')
    {
        return app()->basePath().'/config'.($path ? '/'.$path : $path);
    }
}

$app->register(Tymon\JWTAuth\Providers\JWTAuthServiceProvider::class);
$app->register(Dingo\Api\Provider\LumenServiceProvider::class);

$app->make(Dingo\Api\Auth\Auth::class)->extend('jwt', function ($app) {
    return new Dingo\Api\Auth\Provider\JWT(
        $app->make(Tymon\JWTAuth\JWTAuth::class)
    );
});

/*
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Load The Application Routes
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Next we will include the routes file so that they can all be added to
| the application. This will provide all of the URLs the application
| can respond to, as well as the controllers that may handle them.
|
*/

$app->group(['namespace' => App\Api\Controllers::class], function ($app) {
    require __DIR__.'/../app/Api/routes.php';
});

return $app;

Update 1

I make a simple POC using Lumen with Dingo API here.

Comments