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This repository houses the official php client for Recurly's V3 API.
Note: If you were looking for the V2 client, see the v2 branch.
Documentation for the HTTP API and example code can be found on our Developer Portal.
Reference documentation can be found on Github Pages.
This package is published on Packagist under the name recurly/recurly-client and can be added as a dependency to your project's
composer.json file. We recommend using Composer to install and maintain this dependency.
Note: We try to follow semantic versioning and will only apply breaking changes to major versions.
Creating a Client
Client instances provide one place where every operation on the Recurly API can be found (rather than having them spread out amongst classes). A new client can be initialized with its constructor. It only requires an API key which can be obtained on the API Credentials Page.
To access Recurly API in Europe, you will need to specify the EU Region in the options.
The client constructor optionally accepts a logger provided by the programmer. The logger you pass should implement the PSR-3 Logger Interface. By default, the client creates an instance of the
\Recurly\Logger which is a basic implementation that prints log messages to
php://stdout with the
SECURITY WARNING: The log level should never be set to DEBUG in production. This could potentially result in sensitive data in your logging system.
\Recurly\Client contains every operation you can perform on the site as a list of methods. Each method is documented explaining the types and descriptions for each input and return type. For example, to use the get_plan endpoint, call the
Pagination is accomplished using the
\Recurly\Pager object. A pager is created by the
list* operations of the client. The Pager implements PHP's Iterator interface, so it can be used in a
list*methods do not call the API right away. They return immediately with the Pager. The API is not called until you iterate over the pager or request items from it.
Sorting and Filtering
When calling the
list* methods and constructing Pagers, you can pass in optional query parameters to help you sort
or filter the resulting resources in the list. The query params are documented on the method and can be found in the docs
under the Query Parameters section of any pageable endpoint.
Example filtering an sorting accounts:
The Pager class implements a
getCount() method which allows you to count the resources the pager would return if iterated.
It does so by calling the endpoint with
HEAD and parsing and returning the
Recurly-Total-Records header. This method respects any filtering parameters you apply to the pager, but the sorting parameters will have no effect.
Efficiently Fetch the First or Last Resource
The Pager class implements a
getFirst() method which allows you to fetch just the first or last resource from the server. On top of being a convenient abstraction, this is implemented efficiently by only asking the server for the 1 resource you want.
If you want to fetch the last account in this scenario, invert the order from
A Note on Headers
In accordance with section 4.2 of RFC 2616, HTTP header fields are case-insensitive.
For creating or updating resources, pass a plain associative array to one of the
Sometimes you might want to get some additional information about the underlying HTTP request and response. Instead of returning this information directly and forcing the programmer to unwrap it, we inject this metadata into the top level resource that was returned. You can access the response by calling
getResponse() on any Resource.
Warning: Do not log or render whole requests or responses as they may contain PII or sensitive data.
Information about the request is also included in the
\Recurly\Response class and can be accessed using the
getRequest() method on the Response.
This also works on
Empty resources (for when there is no return body):