Online bookings/appointments/calendars in PHP using the SuperSaaS scheduling platform -
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Online bookings/appointments/calendars in PHP using the SuperSaaS scheduling platform -

The SuperSaaS API provides services that can be used to add online booking and scheduling functionality to an existing website or CRM software.


  1. Register for a (free) SuperSaaS account, and
  2. get your account name and password.

PHP 5.4 or greater.

No external libraries. Only the native json_encode/json_decode and stream_context_create standard calls are used.


1: Composer

The SuperSaaS PHP API Client is available from Packagist and can be included in your project via composer. Note, the supersaas-api-client may update major versions with breaking changes, so it's recommended to use a major version when expressing the package dependency. e.g.

$ composer require "supersaas/api-client:0.9.*"

In composer.json:

    "require": {
        "supersaas/supersaas-api-client": "^1"

2: Manual

Download or checkout the project from github, and include the src/SuperSaaS folder manually.


The Client can be used either (1) through the singleton helper method Instance, e.g.

SuperSaaS\Client::Instance(); //=> Client

And configured with authorization credentials using the configure method:

SuperSaaS\Client::configure('accountname', 'password');

Or else by (2) simply creating a new client instance and setting the properties manually, e.g.

$client = new Supersaas\Client();
$client->account_name = 'accountname';
$client->password = 'password';

Note, ensure that configure is called before Instance, otherwise the client will be initialized with configuration defaults.

If the client isn't configured explicitly, it will use default ENV variables for the account name and password.

Set these ENV variables before calling the client.

SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->account_name; //=> 'your-env-supersaas-account-name'
SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->password; //=> 'your-env-supersaas-account-password'

All configuration options can be individually set on the client.

SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->password = 'pwd'; 
SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->verbose = true;

API Methods

Details of the data structures, parameters, and values can be found on the developer documentation site:

List Schedules

Get all account schedules:

SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->schedules->list(); //=> array(Schedule, ...)

List Resource

Get all services/resources by schedule_id:

SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->schedules->resources(12345); //=> array(Resource, ...)    

Note: does not work for capacity type schedules.

Create User

Create a user with user attributes params:

SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->users->create(array('full_name' => 'Example Name', 'email' => '')); //=> User

Update User

Update a user by user_id with user attributes params:

SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->users->update(12345, array('full_name' => 'New Name')); //=> array()

Delete User

Delete a single user by user_id:

SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->users->delete(12345); //=> array()

Get User

Get a single user by user_id:

SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->users->get(12345); //=> User

List Users

Get all users with optional form and limit/offset pagination params:

SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->users->list(date('Y-m-d H:i:s'), 25, 0); //=> array(User, ...)

Create Appointment/Booking

Create an appointment by schedule_id and user_id with appointment attributes and form and webhook params:

SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->appointments->create(12345, 67890, array('full_name' => 'Example Name', 'email' => '', 'slot_id' => 12345), true, true); //=> Appointment

Update Appointment/Booking

Update an appointment by schedule_id and appointment_id with appointment attributes params:

SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->appointments->update(12345, 67890, array('full_name' => 'New Name')); //=> array()

Delete Appointment/Booking

Delete a single appointment by schedule_id and appointment_id:

SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->appointments->delete(12345, 67890); //=> array()

Get Appointment/Booking

Get a single appointment by schedule_id and appointment_id:

SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->appointments->get(12345, 67890); //=> Appointment

List Appointments/Bookings

Get agenda (upcoming) appointments by schedule_id and user_id, with form and slot view params:

SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->appointments->list(12345, 67890, true, true); //=> array(Appointment, ...)

Get Agenda

Get agenda (upcoming) appointments by schedule_id and user_id, with form and slot view params:

SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->appointments->agenda(12345, 67890, true, true); //=> array(Appointment, ...)

Get Available Appointments/Bookings

Get available appointments by schedule_id, with from time and length_minutes and resource params:

SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->appointments->available(12345, '2018-1-31 00:00:00', 15, 'My Class'); //=> array(Appointment, ...)

Get Recent Changes

Get recently changed appointments by schedule_id, with from_time view param:

SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->appointments->changes(12345, '2018-1-31 00:00:00', true); //=> array(Appointment, ...)

Get Recent Changes Slots

Get recently changed appointment slots by schedule_id, with from_time view param:

SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->appointments->changes(12345, '2018-1-31 00:00:00', true); //=> array(Slot, ...)

List Template Forms

Get all forms by template superform_id, with from time param:

SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->forms->list(12345, '2018-1-31 00:00:00'); //=> array(Form, ...)

Get Form

Get a single form by form_id:

SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->forms->get(12345); //=> Form


The ./examples folder contains several executable PHP scripts demonstrating how to use the API Client for common requests.

The examples will require your account name, password, and some of the examples a schedule id and/or user id and/or form id. These can be set as environment variables. e.g.

$ export SSS_API_UID=myuserid SSS_API_SCHEDULE=myscheduleid SSS_API_ACCOUNT_NAME=myaccountname  SSS_API_PASSWORD=mypassword && php -f ./examples/appointments.php
$ export SSS_API_FORM=myuserid SSS_API_ACCOUNT_NAME=myaccountname SSS_API_PASSWORD=mypassword && php -f ./examples/forms.php
$ export SSS_API_ACCOUNT_NAME=myaccountname && export SSS_API_PASSWORD=mypassword && php -f ./examples/users.php


The HTTP requests can be stubbed by configuring the client with the dry_run option, e.g.

SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->dry_run = true;

Note, stubbed requests always return an empty array.

The Client also provides a last_request attribute containing the http array object from the last performed request, e.g.

SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->last_request; //=> array('method' => ..., 'header' => ..., 'content' => ...)

The headers, body, etc. of the last request can be inspected for assertion in tests, or for troubleshooting failed API requests.

For additional troubleshooting, the client can be configured with the verbose option, which will puts any JSON contents in the request and response, e.g.

SuperSaaS\Client::Instance()->verbose = true;

Additional Information



The package follows semantic versioning, i.e. MAJOR.MINOR.PATCH


The SuperSaaS PHP API Client is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.