The purpose of this package isn't to be used within a project by the application as there is no point in creating another level of abstraction in that case BUT only to allow eonx-com packages to dispatch events without having to think about the event dispatcher used by each of our projects.
# Require package (Composer)
The recommended way to install this package is to use Composer (opens new window):
$ composer require eonx-com/easy-lock
The Symfony Lock component has an excellent documentation (opens new window) and we recommend referring to it.
To work with this package you simply have to register the connection to use for the locks store as a service under
easy_lock.connection id. This connection will be given to the StoreFactory (opens new window), so its value can be anything
supported by the Lock component.
If defining the connection doesn't work for you, you can override the store instance within the service container under