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Cronofy

Cronofy - one API for all the calendars (Google, iCloud, Exchange, Office 365, Outlook.com) Build Status

Sample Application

To see this API wrapper in action see our sample app here

Usage

Note: if upgrading from a v0.x.x version to v1.0.0, please read the migration guide

In order to use the Cronofy API you will need to create a developer account.

From there you can use your Calendar Sandbox to access your own calendars, or you can create an OAuth application to obtain an OAuth client_id and client_secret to be able to use the full API.

Authorization

API documentation

Generate a link for a user to grant access to their calendars:

$redirect_uri = "http://yoursite.dev/oauth2/callback";

$cronofy = new Cronofy\Cronofy(["client_id" => "clientId"]);
$params = [
  'redirect_uri' => $redirect_uri,
  'scope' => ['read_account','list_calendars','read_events','create_event','delete_event']
];
$auth = $cronofy->getAuthorizationURL($params);

The redirect URI is a page on your website that will handle the OAuth 2.0 callback and receive a code parameter. You can then use that code to retrieve an OAuth token granting access to the user's Cronofy account:

$cronofy = new Cronofy\Cronofy([
  "client_id" => "clientId",
  "client_secret" => "ClientSecret"
]);

$params = [
  'redirect_uri' => $redirect_uri,
  'code' => $code
];

$token=$cronofy->requestToken($params);

You should save the response's AccessToken and RefreshToken for later use.

Note that the exact same redirect URI must be passed to both methods for access to be granted.

List calendars

API documentation

Get a list of all the user's calendars:

$cronofy = new Cronofy\Cronofy([
  "client_id" => "clientId",
  "client_secret" => "ClientSecret",
  "access_token" => "AccessToken",
  "refresh_token" => "RefreshToken"
]);

$calendar = $cronofy->listCalendars();

Read events

API documentation

Get a list of all the user's events:

$cronofy = new Cronofy\Cronofy([
  "client_id" => "clientId",
  "client_secret" => "ClientSecret",
  "access_token" => "AccessToken",
  "refresh_token" => "RefreshToken"
]);

$params = [
  'tzid' => 'Etc/UTC'
];

$events = $cronofy->readEvents($params);

foreach($events->each() as $event){
  // process event
}

Create or update events

API documentation

To create or update an event in the user's calendar:

$cronofy = new Cronofy\Cronofy([
  "client_id" => "clientId",
  "client_secret" => "ClientSecret",
  "access_token" => "AccessToken",
  "refresh_token" => "RefreshToken"
]);

$params = [
  'calendar_id' => 'calendarID',
  'event_id' => 'event_test_12345679',
  'summary' => 'test event 2',
  'description' => 'some event data here',
  'start' => '2015-12-07T09:00:00Z',
  'end' => '2015-12-08T10:00:00Z'
];
$new_event = $cronofy->upsertEvent($params);

Delete events

API documentation

To delete an event from user's calendar:

$cronofy = new Cronofy\Cronofy([
  "client_id" => "clientId",
  "client_secret" => "ClientSecret",
  "access_token" => "AccessToken",
  "refresh_token" => "RefreshToken"
]);

$params = [
  'calendar_id' => 'calendarID',
  'event_id' => 'EventID'
];

$delete = $cronofy->deleteEvent($params);

Delete external events

To delete an external event from a user's calendar:

$cronofy = new Cronofy\Cronofy([
  "client_id" => "clientId",
  "client_secret" => "ClientSecret",
  "access_token" => "AccessToken",
  "refresh_token" => "RefreshToken"
]);

$params = [
  'calendar_id' => 'calendarID',
  'event_uid' => 'EventUID'
];

$delete = $cronofy->deleteExternalEvent($params);

Elevated permissions

To elevate a client's permissions for a user's calendar(s):

$cronofy = new Cronofy\Cronofy([
  "client_id" => "clientId",
  "client_secret" => "ClientSecret",
  "access_token" => "AccessToken",
  "refresh_token" => "RefreshToken"
]);

$params = [
  'permissions' => [
    [
      'calendar_id' => 'calendarID_1',
      'permission_level' => 'unrestricted'
    ],
    [
      'calendar_id' => 'calendarID_2',
      'permission_level' => 'unrestricted'
    ]
  ],
  'redirect_uri' => 'http://yoursite.dev/elevate/callback'
];

$response = $cronofy->elevatedPermissions($params);

Authorize with a Service Account

To authorize a user's account using a service account:

$cronofy = new Cronofy\Cronofy([
  "client_id" => "clientId",
  "client_secret" => "ClientSecret",
  "access_token" => "AccessToken",
  "refresh_token" => "RefreshToken"
]);

$params = [
  'email' => $email,
  'callback_url' => $callback_url,
  'scope' => ['read_account','list_calendars','read_events','create_event','delete_event']
];

$response = $cronofy->authorizeWithServiceAccount($params);

Note: You will need to use a Service Account access token to perform this action.

Create a Calendar

To create a calendar for a user's account profile:

$cronofy = new Cronofy\Cronofy([
  "client_id" => "clientId",
  "client_secret" => "ClientSecret",
  "access_token" => "AccessToken",
  "refresh_token" => "RefreshToken"
]);

$params = [
  'profile_id' => $account_profile_id,
  'name' => $new_calendar_name
];

$response = $cronofy->createCalendar($params);

Using an Alternative Data Center

To use an alternative data center:

$cronofy = new Cronofy\Cronofy([
  "client_id" => "clientId",
  "client_secret" => "ClientSecret",
  "access_token" => "AccessToken",
  "refresh_token" => "RefreshToken",
  "data_center" => "DataCenter"
]);

List Availability Rules

To retrieve all availability rules saved against an account:

$cronofy = new Cronofy\Cronofy([
  "client_id" => "clientId",
  "client_secret" => "ClientSecret",
  "access_token" => "AccessToken",
  "refresh_token" => "RefreshToken"
]);

$response = $cronofy->listAvailabilityRules();

Read Availability Rule

To retrieve an availability rule:

$cronofy = new Cronofy\Cronofy([
  "client_id" => "clientId",
  "client_secret" => "ClientSecret",
  "access_token" => "AccessToken",
  "refresh_token" => "RefreshToken"
]);

// The String that uniquely identifies the availability rule. 
$rule_id = "default";

$response = $cronofy->getAvailabilityRule($rule_id);

Delete Availability Rule

To delete an availability rule for the authenticated account:

$cronofy = new Cronofy\Cronofy([
  "client_id" => "clientId",
  "client_secret" => "ClientSecret",
  "access_token" => "AccessToken",
  "refresh_token" => "RefreshToken"
]);

// The String that uniquely identifies the availability rule. 
$rule_id = "default";

$response = $cronofy->deleteAvailabilityRule($rule_id);

Create or Update Availability Rule

To create or update an availability rule for the authenticated account:

$cronofy = new Cronofy\Cronofy([
  "client_id" => "clientId",
  "client_secret" => "ClientSecret",
  "access_token" => "AccessToken",
  "refresh_token" => "RefreshToken"
]);

// The details of the event to create or update:
$params = [
    "availability_rule_id" => "default",
    "calendar_ids" => ["cal_123"],
    "tzid" => "America/Chicago",
    "weekly_periods" => [
        [
            "day" => "monday",
            "start_time" => "09:30",
            "end_time" => "12:30"
        ],
        [
            "day" => "wednesday",
            "start_time" => "09:30",
            "end_time" => "12:30"
        ]
    ]
];

$response = $cronofy->createAvailabilityRule($params);

Make a Batch request

Send multiple requests as a batch of operations via the [Batch][(https://docs.cronofy.com/developers/api/batch/) endpoint.

$cronofy = new Cronofy\Cronofy([
  "client_id" => "clientId",
  "client_secret" => "ClientSecret",
  "access_token" => "AccessToken",
  "refresh_token" => "RefreshToken"
]);

$eventData = [
  'calendar_id' => 'calendarID',
  'event_id' => 'myapp-event-001',
  'summary' => 'Wyld Stallyns band practice',
  'start' => date("Y-m-d", strtotime('tomorrow')) . "T15:30:00Z",
  'end' => date("Y-m-d", strtotime('tomorrow')) . "T17:00:00Z",
];

$batch = Batch::create()
  ->upsertEvent($calendarId, $testEventData)
  ->deleteEvent($calendarId, $testEventId)

try {
  $result = $cronofy->executeBatch($batch);

  foreach ($result->responses() as $response) {
    // $response->status();
    // $response->headers();
    // $response->data();
    // $response->request();
  }
} catch (PartialBatchFailureException $exception) {
  $result = $exception->result();

  foreach ($result->errors() as $response) {
    // $response->status();
    // $response->headers();
    // $response->data();
    // $response->request();
  }
}

Running unit tests

make test

Links

Migration guides

  • v0.X.X -> v1.0.0: version 1.0.0 adds namespacing and standardizes the names of public methods to camelCase (whereas previously some methods were named with camel_case). Where in v0.29.0 you would have written $cronofy = new Cronofy(); and $calendar = $cronofy->list_calendars();, for v1.0.0 you should write $cronofy = new Cronofy\Cronofy(); and $calendar = $cronofy->listCalendars();.

A feature I want is not in the SDK, how do I get it?

We add features to this SDK as they are requested, to focus on developing the Cronofy API.

If you're comfortable contributing support for an endpoint or attribute, then we love to receive pull requests! Please create a PR mentioning the feature/API endpoint you’ve added and we’ll review it as soon as we can.

If you would like to request a feature is added by our team then please let us know by getting in touch via support@cronofy.com.