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RapidSpike API Wrapper (PHP)

PHP wrapper for the RapidSpike API (v1).


RapidSpike provides a RESTful API designed to make interfacing with their services cleaner and easier. The RapidSpike Portal is 100% API powered so anything you can do there is possible directly via the API.

To interact with the API you must first have a RapidSpike subscription that allows access to the API. Then you need to generate API keys in your account settings area.

This wrapper package is future proof as new end-points become available - it is merely a wrapper that provides a standardised way to construct end-points, package request data and authenticate in the API.


Recommended installation is via Composer and Packagist. Check the available version tags, however, development won't be overly active due to to nature of the package.

composer require rapidspike/rapidspike-api-wrapper-php


End-point Chaining

This wrapper package is very simple, but provides you with a standard way to call our API. End-points are built using a function-per-path segment or directly in the callPath() method. This makes use of magic methods so that we're future proofed against new end-points.

 * Read account API keys
 * GET /accounts/api

# Function-per-path method 

# callPath() method

If you need to add a value that doesn't fit into this method or is stored in a variable then the callPath() method is better and saves your from having to declare dynamic function names. Also, segments can be passed as parameters to segment methods:

 * Read one website
 * GET /websites/[uuid]

# Segment (UUID) stored in varibale and passed as function param
$uuid = '30031b9b-5df8-4b19-8dfe-17bf5bac7654';

All requests must end by calling the via() method and passing an HTTP request verb (e.g. get, post, put, delete). Authentication is made using a pair of keys (public and private) that are required to generate a signature which is checked in the RapidSpike API.

Query & JSON Data

Adding query or JSON data can be done in or before the method chain. Either way it must be done before the via() method:

 * Read page 1 of all websites with 10 displayed per page

# Add query data before the actual request is made
$Client->addQueryData(['page' => 1, 'per_page' => 10]);

# Alternative; add query data whilst building the request
$Client->websites()->addQueryData(['page' => 1, 'per_page' => 10])->via('get');

Usage example

Usage begins with instantiating the RapidSpike\API\Client object and passing your public and private keys, which are required. From there you have a number of options on how to build the end-point (see Concepts above).

include 'vendor/autoload.php';

# Instantiate the Client with authentication keys
$Client = new RapidSpike\API\Client("rapidspike-********", "**********************************************");

# Add paging query data to be turned into the query string
$Client->addQueryData(['page' => 1, 'per_page' => 10]);

# Read all websites
$Websites = $Client->websites()->via('get');

# Read the first website's stats by its UUID
$uuid = $Websites->data->websites[0]->website->uuid;
$Website = $Client->websites($uuid)->addQueryData(['stats' => 'status,average_response,passing_monitors,failing_monitors,total_monitors'])->via('get');


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