PSR-14 Events

New in version 11.0.0.

You can register your own PSR-14 Event Listener and extend the functionality of the TYPO3 Crawler. In this section you will see which events that you can listen too.

Events within the Crawler

ModifySkipPageEvent

With this event, you can implement your own logic whether a page should be skipped or not, this can be basically a skip by uid, like in the example below. It can also be a more complex logic that determines if it should be skipped or not.

Let’s say you don’t want to crawl pages with SEO priority 0.2 or lower. This would then be the place to add your own listener to Modify the Skip Page logic already implemented.

  1. Create the event listener

    <?php
    declare(strict_types=1);
    namespace AOE\Crawler\EventListener;
    
    final class ModifySkipPageEventListener
    {
        public function __invoke(ModifySkipPageEvent $modifySkipPageEvent)
        {
            if($modifySkipPageEvent->getPageRow()['uid'] === 42) {
                $modifySkipPageEvent->setSkipped('Page with uid "42" is excluded by ModifySkipPageEvent');
            }
        }
    }
    
  2. Register your event listener in Configuration/Services.yaml

    services:
       AOE\Crawler\EventListener\ModifySkipPageEventListener:
          tags:
             -   name: event.listener
                 identifier: 'ext-extension-key/ModifySkipPageEventListener'
                 event: AOE\Crawler\Event\ModifySkipPageEvent
    

AfterUrlCrawledEvent

This events enables you to trigger, e.g a Vanish Ban for a specific URL after it’s freshly crawled. This ensures that your varnish cache will be up to date as well.

  1. Create the event listener

    <?php
    declare(strict_types=1);
    namespace AOE\Crawler\EventListener;
    
    final class AfterUrlCrawledEventListener
    {
        public function __invoke(AfterUrlCrawledEvent $afterUrlCrawledEvent)
        {
             // VarnishBanUrl($afterUrlCrawledEvent->$afterUrl());
        }
    }
    
  2. Register your event listener in Configuration/Services.yaml

    services:
       AOE\Crawler\EventListener\AfterUrlCrawledEventListener:
          tags:
             -   name: event.listener
                 identifier: 'ext-extension-key/AfterUrlCrawledEventListener'
                 event: AOE\Crawler\Event\AfterUrlCrawledEvent
    

InvokeQueueChangeEvent

The InvokeQueueChangeEvent enables you to act on queue changes, it can be e.g. automatically adding new processes. The event takes a Reason as arguments which gives you more information about what has happened and for GUI also by whom.

  1. Create the event listener

    <?php
    declare(strict_types=1);
    namespace AOE\Crawler\EventListener;
    
    final class InvokeQueueChangeEventListener
    {
        public function __invoke(InvokeQueueChangeEvent $invokeQueueChangeEvent)
        {
             $reason = $invokeQueueChangeEvent->getReason()
             // You can implement different logic based on reason, GUI or CLI
        }
    }
    
  2. Register your event listener in Configuration/Services.yaml

    services:
       AOE\Crawler\EventListener\InvokeQueueChangeEvent:
          tags:
             -   name: event.listener
                 identifier: 'ext-extension-key/InvokeQueueChangeEventListener'
                 event: AOE\Crawler\Event\InvokeQueueChangeEvent
    

AfterUrlAddedToQueueEvent

AfterUrlAddedToQueueEvent gives you the opportunity to trigger desired actions based on e.g. which fields are changed. You have uid and fieldArray present for evaluation.

  1. Create the event listener

    <?php
    declare(strict_types=1);
    namespace AOE\Crawler\EventListener;
    
    final class AfterUrlAddedToQueueEventListener
    {
        public function __invoke(AfterUrlAddedToQueueEvent $afterUrlAddedToQueueEvent)
        {
             // Implement your wanted logic, you have the `$uid` and `$fieldArray` information
        }
    }
    
  2. Register your event listener in Configuration/Services.yaml

    services:
       AOE\Crawler\EventListener\AfterUrlAddedToQueueEventListener:
          tags:
             -   name: event.listener
                 identifier: 'ext-extension-key/AfterUrlAddedToQueueEventListener'
                 event: AOE\Crawler\Event\AfterUrlAddedToQueueEvent
    

BeforeQueueItemAddedEvent

This event can be used to check or modify a queue record before adding it to the queue. This can be useful if you want certain actions in place based on, let’s say Doktype or SEO Priority.

  1. Create the event listener

    <?php
    declare(strict_types=1);
    namespace AOE\Crawler\EventListener;
    
    final class BeforeQueueItemAddedEventListener
    {
        public function __invoke(BeforeQueueItemAddedEvent $beforeQueueItemAddedEvent)
        {
             // Implement your wanted logic, you have the `$queueId` and `$queueRecord` information
        }
    }
    
  2. Register your event listener in Configuration/Services.yaml

    services:
       AOE\Crawler\EventListener\BeforeQueueItemAddedEventListener:
          tags:
             -   name: event.listener
                 identifier: 'ext-extension-key/BeforeQueueItemAddedEventListener'
                 event: AOE\Crawler\Event\BeforeQueueItemAddedEvent
    

AfterQueueItemAddedEvent

The AfterQueueItemAddedEvent can be helpful if you want a given action after the item is added. Here you have the queueId and fieldArray information for you usages and checks.

  1. Create the event listener

    <?php
    declare(strict_types=1);
    namespace AOE\Crawler\EventListener;
    
    final class AfterQueueItemAddedEventListener
    {
        public function __invoke(AfterQueueItemAddedEvent $afterQueueItemAddedEvent)
        {
             // Implement your wanted logic, you have the `$queueId` and `$fieldArray` information
        }
    }
    
  2. Register your event listener in Configuration/Services.yaml

    services:
       AOE\Crawler\EventListener\AfterQueueItemAddedEventListener:
          tags:
             -   name: event.listener
                 identifier: 'ext-extension-key/AfterQueueItemAddedEventListener'
                 event: AOE\Crawler\Event\AfterQueueItemAddedEvent