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SparkPost PHP Library

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The official PHP library for using the SparkPost REST API.

Before using this library, you must have a valid API Key. To get an API Key, please log in to your SparkPost account and generate one in the Settings page.

Installation

Please note: The composer package sparkpost/php-sparkpost has been changed to sparkpost/sparkpost starting with version 2.0.

The recommended way to install the SparkPost PHP Library is through composer.

# Install Composer
curl -sS https://getcomposer.org/installer | php

Sparkpost requires php-http client (see Setting up a Request Adapter). There are several providers available. If you were using guzzle6 your install might look like this.

composer require guzzlehttp/guzzle
composer require php-http/guzzle6-adapter

Next, run the Composer command to install the SparkPost PHP Library:

composer require sparkpost/sparkpost

After installing, you need to require Composer's autoloader:

require 'vendor/autoload.php';
use SparkPost\SparkPost;

Setting up a Request Adapter

Because of dependency collision, we have opted to use a request adapter rather than requiring a request library. This means that your application will need to pass in a request adapter to the constructor of the SparkPost Library. We use the HTTPlug in SparkPost. Please visit their repo for a list of supported clients and adapters. If you don't currently use a request library, you will need to require one and create a client from it and pass it along. The example below uses the GuzzleHttp Client Library.

A Client can be setup like so:

<?php
require 'vendor/autoload.php';

use SparkPost\SparkPost;
use GuzzleHttp\Client;
use Http\Adapter\Guzzle6\Client as GuzzleAdapter;

$httpClient = new GuzzleAdapter(new Client());
$sparky = new SparkPost($httpClient, ['key'=>'YOUR_API_KEY']);
?>

Initialization

new Sparkpost(httpClient, options)

  • httpClient
    • Required: Yes
    • HTTP client or adapter supported by HTTPlug
  • options
    • Required: Yes
    • Type: String or Array
    • A valid Sparkpost API key or an array of options
  • options.key
    • Required: Yes
    • Type: String
    • A valid Sparkpost API key
  • options.host
    • Required: No
    • Type: String
    • Default: api.sparkpost.com
  • options.protocol
    • Required: No
    • Type: String
    • Default: https
  • options.port
    • Required: No
    • Type: Number
    • Default: 443
  • options.version
    • Required: No
    • Type: String
    • Default: v1
  • options.async
    • Required: No
    • Type: Boolean
    • Default: true
    • async defines if the request function sends an asynchronous or synchronous request. If your client does not support async requests set this to false
  • options.debug
    • Required: No
    • Type: Boolean
    • Default: false
    • If debug is true, then then all SparkPostResponse and SparkPostException instances will return any array of the request values through the function getRequest

Methods

request(method, uri [, payload [, headers]])

  • method
    • Required: Yes
    • Type: String
    • HTTP method for request
  • uri
    • Required: Yes
    • Type: String
    • The URI to recieve the request
  • payload
    • Required: No
    • Type: Array
    • If the method is GET the values are encoded into the URL. Otherwise, if the method is POST, PUT, or DELETE the payload is used for the request body.
  • headers
    • Required: No
    • Type: Array
    • Custom headers to be sent with the request.

syncRequest(method, uri [, payload [, headers]])

Sends a synchronous request to the SparkPost API and returns a SparkPostResponse

asyncRequest(method, uri [, payload [, headers]])

Sends an asynchronous request to the SparkPost API and returns a SparkPostPromise

setHttpClient(httpClient)

  • httpClient
    • Required: Yes
    • HTTP client or adapter supported by HTTPlug

setOptions(options)

  • options
    • Required: Yes
    • Type: Array
    • See constructor

Endpoints

transmissions

  • get([transmissionID] [, payload])
    • transmissionID - see uri request options
    • payload - see request options
  • post(payload)
    • payload - see request options
    • payload.cc
      • Required: No
      • Type: Array
      • Recipients to recieve a carbon copy of the transmission
    • payload.bcc
      • Required: No
      • Type: Array
      • Recipients to descreetly recieve a carbon copy of the transmission
  • delete(transmissionID)
    • transmissionID - see uri request options

Examples

Send An Email Using The Transmissions Endpoint

<?php
require 'vendor/autoload.php';

use SparkPost\SparkPost;
use GuzzleHttp\Client;
use Http\Adapter\Guzzle6\Client as GuzzleAdapter;

$httpClient = new GuzzleAdapter(new Client());
$sparky = new SparkPost($httpClient, ['key'=>'YOUR_API_KEY']);

$promise = $sparky->transmissions->post([
    'content' => [
        'from' => [
            'name' => 'SparkPost Team',
            'email' => 'from@sparkpostbox.com',
        ],
        'subject' => 'First Mailing From PHP',
        'html' => '<html><body><h1>Congratulations, {{name}}!</h1><p>You just sent your very first mailing!</p></body></html>',
        'text' => 'Congratulations, {{name}}!! You just sent your very first mailing!',
    ],
    'substitution_data' => ['name' => 'YOUR_FIRST_NAME'],
    'recipients' => [
        [
            'address' => [
                'name' => 'YOUR_NAME',
                'email' => 'YOUR_EMAIL',
            ],
        ],
    ],
    'cc' => [
        [
            'address' => [
                'name' => 'ANOTHER_NAME',
                'email' => 'ANOTHER_EMAIL',
            ],
        ],
    ],
    'bcc' => [
        [
            'address' => [
                'name' => 'AND_ANOTHER_NAME',
                'email' => 'AND_ANOTHER_EMAIL',
            ],
        ],
    ],
]);
?>

Send An API Call Using The Base Request Function

We provide a base request function to access any of our API resources.

<?php
require 'vendor/autoload.php';

use SparkPost\SparkPost;
use GuzzleHttp\Client;
use Http\Adapter\Guzzle6\Client as GuzzleAdapter;

$httpClient = new GuzzleAdapter(new Client());
$sparky = new SparkPost($httpClient, ['key'=>'YOUR_API_KEY']);

$promise = $sparky->request('GET', 'metrics/ip-pools', [
    'from' => '2014-12-01T09:00',
    'to' => '2015-12-01T08:00',
    'timezone' => 'America/New_York',
    'limit' => '5',
]);
?>

Handling Responses

The API calls either return a SparkPostPromise or SparkPostResponse depending on if async is true or false

Synchronous

$sparky->setOptions(['async' => false]);
try {
    $response = $sparky->transmissions->get();
    
    echo $response->getStatusCode()."\n";
    print_r($response->getBody())."\n";
}
catch (\Exception $e) {
    echo $e->getCode()."\n";
    echo $e->getMessage()."\n";
}

Asynchronous

Asynchronous an be handled in two ways: by passing callbacks or waiting for the promise to be fulfilled. Waiting acts like synchronous request.

Wait (Synchronous)
$promise = $sparky->transmissions->get();

try {
    $response = $promise->wait();
    echo $response->getStatusCode()."\n";
    print_r($response->getBody())."\n";
} catch (\Exception $e) {
    echo $e->getCode()."\n";
    echo $e->getMessage()."\n";
}

echo "I will print out after the promise is fulfilled";
Then (Asynchronous)
$promise = $sparky->transmissions->get();

$promise->then(
    // Success callback
    function ($response) {
        echo $response->getStatusCode()."\n";
        print_r($response->getBody())."\n";
    },
    // Failure callback
    function (Exception $e) {
        echo $e->getCode()."\n";
        echo $e->getMessage()."\n";
    }
);

echo "I will print out before the promise is fulfilled";

Handling Exceptions

An exception will be thrown in two cases: there is a problem with the request or the server returns a status code of 400 or higher.

SparkPostException

  • getCode()
    • Returns the response status code of 400 or higher
  • getMessage()
    • Returns the exception message
  • getBody()
    • If there is a response body it returns it as an Array. Otherwise it returns null.
  • getRequest()
    • Returns an array with the request values method, url, headers, body when debug is true

Contributing

See contributing.