The server template can be used as a template/starting point for your own API instance. It consists of a minimally configured Symfony application and development environment and includes/integrates:
- The dbp/relay-core-bundle: Which provides the base functionality and ties everything together
- The dbp/relay-auth-bundle: Which provides authentication via OIDC
- A docker-compose based development environment
- Linter/Unittest integration
It also has the DBP Symfony recipe repository included, so many DBP bundles get their configuration files and environment variables installed automatically.
# Install the DBP API Server Template (https://github.com/digital-blueprint/relay-server-template) # as base Symfony PHP application # The relay-api/public directory then is the directory to let the webserver point at composer create-project dbp/relay-server-template relay-api # Change to app directory cd relay-api # Install dependencies (you need php and composer for this) composer install
See https://handbook.digital-blueprint.org/frameworks/relay/dev/getting_started for more information.