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Laravel Snipcart API

This package makes it super easy to work with the Snipcart API in your Laravel application.

Installation

Install the package using Composer.

composer require aerni/snipcart-api

Set your Snipcart Live Secret and Test Secret in your .env. You can find them in your Snipcart Dashboard.

SNIPCART_LIVE_SECRET=********************************
SNIPCART_TEST_SECRET=********************************

You may also publish the config of the package.

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Aerni\SnipcartApi\SnipcartApiServiceProvider"

The following config will be published to config/snipcart-api.php.

<?php

return [

    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Snipcart API Keys
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Your secret Snipcart API Keys for the Live and Test Environment.
    |
    */

    'live_secret' => env('SNIPCART_LIVE_SECRET'),
    'test_secret' => env('SNIPCART_TEST_SECRET'),

    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Test Mode
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Set this to 'false' to authenticate using the 'live_secret'.
    | You probably want to do this in production only.
    |
    */

    'test_mode' => env('SNIPCART_TEST_MODE', true),

];

Usage Example

Import the package at the top of your file. All of the following examples use the Facade.

use Aerni\SnipcartApi\Facades\SnipcartApi;

The SnipcartApi interface is made up of four parts. From defining the HTTP method to sending the request off to Snipcart.

// 1. Set the HTTP method to be used for the API request.
SnipcartApi::get() ...

// 2. Call the main method for the request.
SnipcartApi::get()->product('product_id') ...

// 3. Add optional parameter methods.
SnipcartApi::get()->product('product_id')->limit(10)->offset(10) ...

// 4. Send the request off to Snipcart.
SnipcartApi::get()->product('product_id')->limit(10)->offset(10)->send();

This gets a Snipcart product by ID.

$product = SnipcartApi::get()->product('product_id')->send();

All responses are wrapped in a Laravel Collection to make working with it super easy.

$product->get('stock');

Snipcart API Reference

Products

Snipcart API Reference on Products

// Get all products.
SnipcartApi::get()->products()->send();

// Post all products found on the URL.
SnipcartApi::post()->products('fetch_url')->send();

// Get a product by ID.
SnipcartApi::get()->product('product_id')->send();

// Update a product by ID. This requires additional parameter methods.
SnipcartApi::put()->product('product_id')->send();

// Delete a product by ID.
SnipcartApi::delete()->product('product_id')->send();

Orders

Snipcart API Reference on Orders

// Get all orders.
SnipcartApi::get()->orders()->send();

// Get an order by token.
SnipcartApi::get()->order('order_token')->send();

// Update an order by token. This requires additional parameter methods.
SnipcartApi::put()->order('order_token')->send();

Notifications

Snipcart API Reference on Notifications

// Get all notifications of an order.
SnipcartApi::get()->notifications('order_token')->send();

// Post a notification to an order. This requires additional parameter methods.
SnipcartApi::post()->notification('order_token')->send();

Refunds

Snipcart API Reference on Refunds

// Get all refunds of an order.
SnipcartApi::get()->refunds('order_token')->send();

// Get a specific refund from an order.
SnipcartApi::get()->refund('order_token', 'refund_id')->send();

// Post a refund to an order. This requires additional parameter methods.
SnipcartApi::post()->refund('order_token')->send();

Parameter Methods

Pass required or optional parameters to your requests using the fluent interface provided by this package. A common use case is to set a limit and offset to your request.

SnipcartApi::get()->products()->limit(10)->offset(10)->send();

Parameter Methods API Reference

Consult the Snipcart API Reference Documentation to check which parameters are available to what endpoint.

// The maximum number of items returned by the request.
limit(int $limit);

// The number of items that will be skipped.
offset(int $offset);

// The product ID defined by the user.
userDefinedId(string $id);

// The product ID defined by the user.
productId(string $id);

// Filter products to return those that have been bought from specified date.
from(string $from);

// Filter products to return those that have been bought until specified date.
to(string $to);

// The URL where we will find product details.
fetchUrl(string $url);

// Specifies how inventory should be tracked for this product.
// Can be 'Single' or 'Variant.
// Variant can be used when a product has some dropdown custom fields.
inventoryManagementMethod(string $method);

// Allows to set stock per product variant.
variants(array $variants);

// The number of items in stock.
// Will be used when 'inventoryManagementMethod' is 'Single'.
stock(int $stock = null);

// If true a customer will be able to buy the product even if it's out of stock.
// The stock level might be negative.
// If false it will be impossible to buy the product.
allowOutOfStockPurchases(bool $bool)

// A status criteria for your order collection.
// Possible values: InProgress, Processed, Disputed, Shipped, Delivered, Pending, Cancelled
status(string $status)

// The order payment status.
// Possible values: Paid, Deferred, PaidDeferred, ChargedBack, Refunded, Paidout,
// Failed, Pending, Expired, Cancelled, Open, Authorized.
paymentStatus(string $status)

// The invoice number of the order to retrieve.
invoiceNumber(string $invoiceNumber)

// The name of the person who made the purchase.
placedBy(string $name)

// Returns only the orders that are recurring or not.
isRecurringOrder(bool $bool)

// The tracking number associated to the order.
trackingNumber(string $number)

// The URL where the customer will be able to track its order.
trackingUrl(string $url)

// A simple array that can hold any data associated to this order.
metadata(array $metadata)

// The type of notification.
// Possible values: Comment, OrderStatusChanged, OrderShipped, TrackingNumber, Invoice
type(string $type)

// The delivery method of the notification.
// Possible values: Email, None
deliveryMethod(string $method)

// The message of the notification.
// Possible values: Email, None
message(string $message)

// The amount of the refund.
amount(string $amount)

// The reason for the refund.
comment(string $comment)

Tests

Run the tests like this:

vendor/bin/phpunit

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