Archive for the ‘guzzle’ Category

Taming the Snoo: Playing with the Reddit API

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Reddit is a social networking, entertainment, and news website where the content is almost exclusively submitted by users. According to this report, in February 2016 Reddit had 36 million user accounts, 231 million unique monthly visits, and 11.464 act...

Amazon Product API Exploration: Let’s Build a Product Searcher

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In this tutorial, you'll take a look at Amazon's Product Advertising API. It's an API that allows developers to access data about items for sale, seller reviews, customer reviews, and product promotions on all Amazon marketplaces worldwide. Basic API...

Shopify App Development Made Simple with HTTP APIs and Guzzle

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In this tutorial, you're going to get started with developing Shopify apps. You're going to create a simple app that lists out products from a Shopify store. The full source code of the app is available on Github. What are Shopify Apps? Shopify apps a...

A Pokemon Crash Course on CouchDB

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In this tutorial, we'll walk through working with CouchDB, a NoSQL database from Apache. This tutorial will focus more on the practical side, so we won't cover what CouchDB is good for, how to install it, why use it, etc. We'll focus on how to perform ...

Building a SparkPost Client: TDD with PhpUnit and Mockery

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In a previous post, we looked at SparkPost (as an alternative to Mandrill), and explored a bit of the official PHP client. The official client handles a decent amount of work, but I got to thinking about what it would take to build a new client. The mo...

Crash Course of Wunderlist’s API with Guzzle

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Wunderlist is one of the most popular task management and list keeping applications out there. It allows you to create lists to which you can then add tasks that are easily checkable and have all sorts of functionality built into them. It has native ap...

Breaking Free from Guzzle5 with PHP-HTTP and HTTPlug

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This article was peer reviewed by Márk Sági-Kazár. Thanks to all of SitePoint’s peer reviewers for making SitePoint content the best it can be! In a previous series, we built a PHP client for Diffbot. The client works well and is in relatively wid...

Conquering Instagram with PHP and the Instagram API

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Instagram’s API allows us to interact with data such as user info, media (photos and videos), likes, comments, and tags. For example, you can search for media around a specific location and filter the results by time. The API also allows us to post c...