Try it out here: http://ilendemli.info/PSN/index.php/
- Added composer support.
- Breaking changes, now in Gumer\PSN namespace.
- Requests are made out of constructed objects.
- Authentication manager with user provider and interface that are extenisble.
- updated for the new login procedure by sony
- make the code a bit more tidier
- initial release
For now this script can do:
- Log in to the site and receive access and refresh tokens
- Refresh the access token
- Get profile data
- Get friend list (you always can get your friendlist, you can also get the friendlist of a friend of yours, they just have to allow it)
- Get trophies
- Get all coversations (as overview)
- Get one conversation (as chat, gets all messages)
- Send a text message
- Friends management (add, delete, block)
- Messaging with voice and image
- Profile feeds (depends on users privacy)
- A valid PSN account
- A webserver (can be locally or hosted somewhere)
- Some brain
##Installing I don't have to explain this, do I? But let me just say that you need a folder called 'tmp' in the same folder where the login.php is
// Setup the connections and instances. $client = new Guzzle\Http\Client('', ['redirect.disable' => true]); $connection = new Gumer\PSN\Http\Connection; $connection->setGuzzle($client); $provider = new Gumer\PSN\Authentication\UserProvider($connection); $auth = Gumer\PSN\Authentication\Manager::instance($provider); // Attempt to login. $auth->attempt('username_here', 'password_here'); // Get the current user profile. $request = new Gumer\PSN\Requests\GetMyInfoRequest; $response = $connection->call($request); $info = json_decode($response->getBody(true), true); // Get the friends list for the current $request = new Gumer\PSN\Requests\TrophyDataRequest; $request->setUserId($info['onlineId']); $response = $connection->call($request);
and so on..
NOTE: I do own a PlayStation 3 system, so i can spam my friends with messages and check if they are online. I downloaded the PSN app on my iPhone 5 and the apps are similar. I can sniff the data which are sent to PlayStation servers, so I was able to create the code to send messages. You can donate to firstname.lastname@example.org, if you want to support me and my work. Any support is appreciated!