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CloudCore PHP SDK

The PHP SDK is a library with useful features that enable PHP developers to easily integrate their platform with and make requests and posts to our CloudCore API. This PHP SDK makes it easy to set up the integration to request instant pricing, post print orders, get production signals back, and more.

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The CloudCore SDK can be installed with Composer. Run this command:

composer require cloudprinter/cloudcore


  • composer (for installation)
  • php 7.0 or above
  • json, fileinfo extensions must be enabled
  • Print API account


Authentication is done via a predefined CloudCore API key. The CloudCore API key is found in the Dashboard.


Get list of orders.

use CloudPrinter\CloudCore\Client\CloudCoreClient;

$apiKey = '***';

$client = new CloudCoreClient($apiKey);
$response = $client->order->getList();


Create new order.

use CloudPrinter\CloudCore\Client\CloudCoreClient;
use CloudPrinter\CloudCore\Exception\ValidationException;
use CloudPrinter\CloudCore\Model\{Address, File, OrderItem, Order, Option};

$apiKey = '***';
$client = new CloudCoreClient($apiKey);

$address = new Address();
    ->setZip('1071 JA')

$fileCover = new File();

$fileBook = new File();

$item = new OrderItem();
    ->addOption(new Option('cover_finish_gloss', 1))
    ->addOption(new Option('pageblock_80off', 1))
    ->addOption(new Option('cover_130mcg', 1))
    ->addOption(new Option('total_pages', 100));

$order = new Order();
    ->setReference('sdk-' . time())

try {
    $response = $client->order->create($order);
} catch (ValidationException $e) {

You can’t perform that action at this time.