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Informations about the package paypalhttp

PayPal HttpClient

PayPalHttp is a generic HTTP Client.

In it's simplest form, an HTTP response.


An Environment describes a domain that hosts a REST API, against which an HttpClient will make requests. Environment is a simple interface that wraps one method, baseUrl.


HTTP requests contain all the information needed to make an HTTP request against the REST API. Specifically, one request describes a path, a verb, any path/query/form parameters, headers, attached files for upload, and body data.


HTTP responses contain information returned by a server in response to a request as described above. They are simple objects which contain a status code, headers, and any data returned by the server.


Injectors are blocks that can be used for executing arbitrary pre-flight logic, such as modifying a request or logging data. Injectors are attached to an HttpClient using the addInjector method.

The HttpClient executes its injectors in a first-in, first-out order, before each request.

Error Handling

HttpClient#execute may throw an Exception if something went wrong during the course of execution. If the server returned a non-200 response, IOException will be thrown, that will contain a status code and headers you can use for debugging.


PayPalHttp-PHP is open source and available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more information.


Pull requests and issues are welcome. Please see for more details.

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