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JSON

JSON structures are supported both as a whole annotation value, or as a parameter to other value

Any type supported by addendum can be JSON value, including array or JSON - this means that complex JSON structures are supported as well.

While JSON structures are supported, resulting data will be associative array

JSON Associative Array

With static values:

@MyAnnotation({'one': 1, 'two': 2, 'three': 3])

With class constants:

@MyAnnotation({'one': MyClass::Constant, 'two': MyClass::Constant2, 'three': MyClass::Constant3])

JSON Array with Nested Square Brackets Array

@MyAnnotation({'one': 1, 'two': 2, 'three': [1, 2, 3]})

Mixing with PHP array

It is possible to mix PHP array syntax and JSON syntax altogether or to set JSON value to a named parameter.

Having already prepared data in JSON format allows You to paste it directly in annotation value

This might be even more readable in some cases:

@MyAnnotation('config' = {'one': 1, 'two': 2})

This will result in MyAnnotation annotation having value of:

[
    'myValue' => [
        'one' => 1,
        'two' => 2
    ]
]