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Pardot-API

PHP package to interact with the Pardot API

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Author: Andrew Mc Cormack

Pardot API PHP Library

A library to integrate with the Pardot API through PHP objects

This library simplifies the process of authentication and querying the Pardot API and provides access to all of the v4 API features.

Setup

To initalise the Pardot API object pass your user email, password, and user key credentials. Any subsequent request to fetch data from the API will automatically perform the authentication actions before trying to fetch data.

use CyberDuck\PardotApi\PardotApi;

$pardot = new PardotApi(
    'EMAIL',
    'PASSWORD',
    'USER_KEY'
);

Querying the API

You can call the query method on an any pardot object passing the object, operator, and data array (optional)

$result = $pardot->request('campaign', 'read/id/1');

$result = $pardot->request('campaign', 'query', ['created_after' => 'today']);

Object Methods

The PardotApi instance has functions which correspond to the object types in Pardot to simplify calls to the API. When calling one of these functions a query object is returned (->campaigns() returns a CampaignsQuery object). These returned objects in turn have functions corresponding to different object actions such as query, create, update, insert, delete etc. The full list of objects available are as follows:

Account methods

$pardot->account()->read(); // retrieves current account information

Campaign methods

$pardot->campaign()->query([...]); // queries and returns a filtered list
$pardot->campaign()->create([...]); // creates an object using passed array data
$pardot->campaign()->read(1); // queries an object by ID
$pardot->campaign()->update(1, [...]); // updates an object by ID using passed array data 

Custom Fields methods

$pardot->customField()->query([...]); // queries and returns a filtered list
$pardot->customField()->create([...]); // creates an object using passed array data
$pardot->customField()->read(1); // queries an object by ID
$pardot->customField()->update(1, [...]); // updates an object by ID using passed array data 
$pardot->customField()->delete(1); // deletes an object by ID

Custom Redirects methods

$pardot->customRedirect()->query([...]); // queries and returns a filtered list
$pardot->customRedirect()->read(1); // queries an object by ID

Dynamic Content methods

$pardot->dynamicContent()->query([...]); // queries and returns a filtered list
$pardot->dynamicContent()->read(1); // queries an object by ID

Email Clicks methods

$pardot->emailClick()->query([...]); // queries and returns a filtered list

Email methods

$pardot->email()->read(1); // queries an object by ID
$pardot->email()->stats(1); // Returns the statistical data for the list email 
$pardot->email()->sendToID(1, [...]); // Sends a 1 to 1 email to an ID using an array of email config / data
$pardot->email()->sendToEmail('name@example.com', [...]); // Sends a 1 to 1 email to a email address an array of email config / data
$pardot->email()->send([...]); // send an email to a list of IDs

Email Templates methods

$pardot->emailTemplate()->listOneToOne(); // Returns a list of email templates used in 1 to 1 emails

Forms methods

$pardot->form()->query([...]); // queries and returns a filtered list
$pardot->form()->read(1); // queries an object by ID

Lifecycle Histories methods

$pardot->lifecycleHistory()->query([...]); // queries and returns a filtered list
$pardot->lifecycleHistory()->read(1); // queries an object by ID

Lifecycle Stages methods

$pardot->lifecycleStage()->query([...]); // queries and returns a filtered list

List Memberships methods

// @todo

Lists methods

// @todo

Opportunities methods

// @todo

Prospect Accounts methods

// @todo

Prospects methods

// @todo

Tag Objects methods

$pardot->tagObject()->query([...]); // queries and returns a filtered list
$pardot->tagObject()->read(1); // queries an object by ID

Tags methods

$pardot->tag()->query([...]); // queries and returns a filtered list
$pardot->tag()->read(1); // queries an object by ID

Users methods

$pardot->user()->query([...]); // queries and returns a filtered list
$pardot->user()->read(1); // queries an object by ID
$pardot->user()->readByEmail('name@example.com'); // queries an object by email

Visitor Activities methods

// @todo

Visitors methods

$pardot->visitor()->query([...]); // queries and returns a filtered list
$pardot->visitor()->read(1); // queries an object by ID
$pardot->visitor()->assign(1,2); // Assigns or reassigns the visitor by ID to a prospect ID.

Visits methods

$pardot->visit()->query([...]); // queries and returns a filtered list
$pardot->visit()->read(1); // queries an object by ID

Debugging

Error messages can be enabled by turning debugging on. Requests to the Pardot API will fail silently by default so as to prevent fatal application errors. Extra response checking should be conducted when implementing this library as most methods will return null when there is an issue with the API query.

$pardot->setDebug(true);

Output Type

You can change the output type to full, simple, mobile, or bulk. Defaults to full.

$pardot->setOuput('full');
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