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a6a9af5 Jan 27, 2014
@remik @peters @rmccue
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Many requests that you make will require authentication of some type. Requests includes support out of the box for HTTP Basic authentication, with more built-ins coming soon.

Making a Basic authenticated call is ridiculously easy:

$options = array(
    'auth' => new Requests_Auth_Basic(array('user', 'password'))
Requests::get('', array(), $options);

As Basic authentication is usually what you want when you specify a username and password, you can also just pass in an array as a shorthand:

$options = array(
    'auth' => array('user', 'password')
Requests::get('', array(), $options);

Note that POST/PUT can also take a data parameter, so you also need that before $options:

Requests::post('', array(), null, $options);
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