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DigitalOcean PHP SDK + Command-line Interface

A DigitalOcean PHP SDK that also comes with a feature-complete command-line interface that uses the SDK. Full support for all DigitalOcean APIs.

Features

  • A single, simple class for interfacing with the DigitalOcean API. The way mother nature intended.
  • A complete, question/answer enabled command-line interface. Nothing to compile.
  • Has a liberal open source license. MIT or LGPL, your choice.
  • Designed for relatively painless integration into your project.
  • Sits on GitHub for all of that pull request and issue tracker goodness to easily submit changes and ideas respectively.

Getting Started

The easiest way to get started is to play with the command-line interface. The command-line interface is question/answer enabled, which means all you have to do is run:

php do.php

It will enter interactive mode and guide you through the entire process. The first time you run the tool, you can only 'setup' or use the Metadata API (i.e. this tool can be used on a Droplet). During setup, you will see a screen like this:

The configuration file 'config.dat' does not exist.  Entering interactive configuration mode.


Available access token types:

  application:  Standard DigitalOcation OAuth2 application login.
  personal:     A permanent access token you manually set up in your DigitalOcean account.

Access token type [application]:

If you choose 'application' (the default), you will enter an interactive login session on the command-line whereby the software attempts to emulate a web browser. Whenever you are asked for 'Field number', enter the numerical value next to the HTML form field you wish to change the value of, then set the value. Repeat that process until all form fields are filled in. It's a bit awkward and nothing you enter into the interface is saved, but it works. Configuration setup is a one-time process.

After setup, the world of DigitalOcean APIs opens up to you:

php do.php

Once you grow tired of manually entering information, you can pass in some or all the answers to the questions on the command-line:

php do.php droplets list

php do.php droplets create

php do.php -s droplets create name=mydroplet size=512mb backups=N ipv6=Y private_network=N storage=N userdata= region=nyc1 image=ubuntu-16-04-x64 ssh_key=123456 ssh_key=123457 ssh_key= wait=Y

The -s option suppresses normal output (except for fatal error conditions), which allows for the processed JSON result to be the only thing that is output.

Related Software

When you set up/configure your Droplets, you might also find these related PHP-based tools useful:

Also, be sure to check out the full CubicleSoft product line. Who knows? You might find something interesting to use. I'm a fairly prolific software developer.

Using the SDK

While the command-line tool can do everything the SDK can do, a few people will probably want/need additional flexibility. For that, the SDK is available to program against. The SDK itself is located in 'support\sdk_digitalocean.php'. To get started, you will need to have a valid bearer token:

    require_once "support/sdk_digitalocean.php";

    $do = new DigitalOcean();
    // $do->SetDebug(true);  // Allows you to see raw debug output of various API calls.

    // Command-line interactive login:
    //   $result = $do->InteractiveLogin();
    //   if (!$result["success"])  CLI::DisplayError("An error occurred...", $result);
    //   $access_tokens = $do->GetAccessTokens();
    //   ...
    //   $do->AddAccessTokensUpdatedNotify("SaveAccessTokens");  // 'SaveAccessTokens' is the name of a callback function.
    // OR a personal access token:
    //   $access_tokens = $do->GetAccessTokens();
    //   $access_tokens["bearertoken"] = YOUR_PERSONAL_ACCESS_TOKEN
    $do->SetAccessTokens($access_tokens);

After you have set up your access token, you can start using the SDK with the various APIs:

    var_dump($do->AccountGetInfo());

    $options = array(
        "ssh_keys" => array("123456", "123457"),
        "backups" => false,
        "ipv6" => true,
        "private_networking" => false,
        "volumes" => array(),
        "user_data" => null
    );

    var_dump($do->DropletsCreate("awesome", "nyc1", "512mb", "ubutnu-16-04-x64", $options));

The command-line tool source code is an excellent source of example usage of the SDK.

SDK Variants

Not everyone uses flat class SDKs. That's okay. There's an automated flavor of this SDK for everyone:

You will, of course, have to adjust code accordingly.