Ecotone Lite is standalone solution for running Ecotone Framework. You may combine it with your internal company framework, use it alone or combine it with any other framework (e.g. Laminas, CodeIgniter, Magento). Ecotone Lite is also a great way to run your tests.
$messagingSystem = EcotoneLite::bootstrap(
$listOfClassesToResolve- List of classes, which are not included in your
->withNamespacesor are not under
->withLoadCatalogthat you would like to load.
$containerOrListOfClassInstance- PSR compatible container or list of class instance used in your Application.
ServiceConfiguration- Provides extra configuration for you Ecotone Application
$configurationVariables- Associative array of your configuration variables (like database connection string)
$useCachedVersion- Should Ecotone use cached version of Ecotone Lite, if available
Tells Ecotone what kind of environment type is currently running
Tells Ecotone, if to automatically load all namespaces defined for given catalog.
Describes if Ecotone should fail fast. If
true, then Ecotone will boot all endpoints during each request, so it can inform, if configuration is incorrect immediately, it provides fast feedback for the developer. if
false,then Ecotone will not boot up any endpoints at each request, which will increase performance, but will results in slower feedback for the developer.
List of namespace prefixes, that Ecotone should look attributes for.
Describes default serialization type within application. If not configured default serialization will be
application/x-php-serialized,which is serialized PHP class.
initialDelay- delay after first retry in milliseconds
multiplier- how much initialDelay should be multipled with each try
maxAttempts- How many attemps should be done, before closing closing endpoint
Skip list of given module package names (Check
ModulePackageListfor available packages)
Provides list of extension object for your Ecotone's modules, that adjust the behaviour to your needs.
$ecotoneLite = EcotoneLite::bootstrap(
// pass your Logger here
'logger' => $loggerService,
If you pass Dependency Container, then the container should provide the Logger under "logger" reference.