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PHP Mindbody API Library

This library provides a set of PHP classes which allow one to interface with the Mindbody SOAP API in a fairly simple way.

The API's main documentation is available through the API portal.

Preparation

Before you can make use of this library, you will need to get a set of API credentials from Mindbody.

As well, you will need to know your Site ID.
Your API credentials must be authorized for your Site ID using the SiteService::GetActivationCode method.

The API sandbox information can be found via the API FAQ.

This library will of course require the SOAP extension be installed and enabled in your PHP installation, and allow_url_fopen must be enabled.

Additionally, if you are running the librarygenerator.php script, you must have the DOM extension enabled, and you must install WSDL2PHP on your system.

Installation

The most simple method of installation is via Composer. Simply add the thefrozenfire/mindbodyapi package as a requirement and update your project.

Alternatively, you can simply clone this project from GitHub.

This library supports PSR-0 autoloading, though you need to register the MindbodyAPI namespace as being in the root of the library, as opposed to vendor-prefixed.

Basic Usage

Here is a very basic usage example for the Site Service class, which should print out a full informational listing on locations associated with your specified site.

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

$service = MindbodyAPI\MindbodyClient::service("SiteService");

$credentials = $service::credentials(
	"YourSourceName",
	"YourPassword",
	array(
		1234 // Your Site ID(s)
	)
);

$request = $service::request('GetLocations', $credentials);
$locations = $service->GetLocations($request);

var_dump($locations);
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