Plugin / Active Collab 5 SDK

Raja Dileep Kumar

Description

Description

Connecting to Active Collab Cloud Accounts

`php

<?php

require_once ‘/path/to/vendor/autoload.php’;

// Provide name of your company, name of the app that you are developing, your email address and password.
$authenticator = new \ActiveCollab\SDK\Authenticator\Cloud(‘ACME Inc’, ‘My Awesome Application’, ‘you@acmeinc.com’, ‘hard to guess, easy to remember’);

// Show all Active Collab 5 and up account that this user has access to.
print_r($authenticator->getAccounts());

// Show user details (first name, last name and avatar URL).
print_r($authenticator->getUser());

// Issue a token for account #123456789.
$token = $authenticator->issueToken(123456789);

// Did we get it?
if ($token instanceof \ActiveCollab\SDK\TokenInterface) {
print $token->getUrl() . “\n”;
print $token->getToken() . “\n”;
} else {
print “Invalid response\n”;
die();
}
<h3>Connecting to Self-Hosted Active Collab Accounts</h3>php
require_once ‘/path/to/vendor/autoload.php’;

// Provide name of your company, name of the app that you are developing, your email address and password. Last parameter is URL where your Active Collab is installed.
$authenticator = new \ActiveCollab\SDK\Authenticator\SelfHosted(‘ACME Inc’, ‘My Awesome Application’, ‘you@acmeinc.com’, ‘hard to guess, easy to remember’, ‘https://my.company.com/projects’);

// Issue a token.
$token = $authenticator->issueToken();

// Did we get what we asked for?
if ($token instanceof \ActiveCollab\SDK\TokenInterface) {
print $token->getUrl() . “\n”;
print $token->getToken() . “\n”;
} else {
print “Invalid response\n”;
die();
}
`

SSL problems?

If curl complains that SSL peer verification has failed, you can turn it off like this:

`php

// Cloud
$authenticator = new \ActiveCollab\SDK\Authenticator\Cloud(‘ACME Inc’, ‘My Awesome Application’, ‘you@acmeinc.com’, ‘hard to guess, easy to remember’, false);
$authenticator->setSslVerifyPeer(false);

// Self-hosted
$authenticator = new \ActiveCollab\SDK\Authenticator\SelfHosted(‘ACME Inc’, ‘My Awesome Application’, ‘you@acmeinc.com’, ‘hard to guess, easy to remember’, ‘https://my.company.com/projects’, false);
$authenticator->setSslVerifyPeer(false);

// Client
$client = new \ActiveCollab\SDK\Client($token);
$client->setSslVerifyPeer(false);
`

Note: Option to turn off SSL peer verification has been added in Active Collab SDK 3.1.

Constructing a client instance

Once we have our token, we can construct a client and make API calls:

`php

$client = new \ActiveCollab\SDK\Client($token);
`

Listing all tasks in project #65 is easy. Just call:

`php

$client->get(‘projects/65/tasks’);
`

To create a task, simply send a POST request:

`php

try {
$client->post(‘projects/65/tasks’, [
‘name’ => ‘This is a task name’,
‘assignee_id’ => 48
]);
} catch(AppException $e) {
print $e->getMessage() . ‘

‘;
// var_dump($e->getServerResponse()); (need more info?)
}
`

To update a task, PUT request will be needed:

`php

try {
$client->put(‘projects/65/tasks/123’, [
‘name’ => ‘Updated named’
]);
} catch(AppException $e) {
print $e->getMessage() . ‘

‘;
// var_dump($e->getServerResponse()); (need more info?)
}
`

post()`` and ``put()`` methods can take two arguments:
  1. command (required) – API command,
  2. variables – array of request variables (payload)

To remove a task, call:

`php

try {
$client->delete(‘projects/65/tasks/123’);
} catch(AppException $e) {
print $e->getMessage() . ‘

‘;
// var_dump($e->getServerResponse()); (need more info?)
}
`

delete()`` method only requires ``command`` argument to be provided.

For full list of available API command, please check Active Collab API documentation.

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Details Information

Version

0.1

First Released

22 May, 2018

Total Downloads

156

Wordpress Version

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Tested up to:

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Require PHP Version:

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