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HubSpot PHP API client

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Hubspot API client. The sequel to my perfectly functional wrapper of HubSpot/haPihP. client. However, this is a complete re-write and includes some of the new COS/v2 endpoints.

Setup

Composer:

composer require "ryanwinchester/hubspot-php:~1.0"

Quickstart

Examples Using Factory

All following examples assume this step.

$hubspot = SevenShores\Hubspot\Factory::create('api-key');

// OR instantiate by passing a configuration array.
// The only required value is the 'key'

$hubspot = new SevenShores\Hubspot\Factory([
  'key'      => 'demo',
  'oauth'    => false, // default
  'base_url' => 'https://api.hubapi.com' // default
]);

Note: You can prevent any error handling provided by this package by passing following options into client creation routine: (applies also to Factory::create() and Factory::createWithToken())

$hubspot = new SevenShores\Hubspot\Factory([
  'key'      => 'demo',
  'oauth'    => false, // default
  'base_url' => 'https://api.hubapi.com' // default
],
null,
[
  'http_errors' => false // pass any Guzzle related option to any request, e.g. throw no exceptions
],
false // return Guzzle Response object for any ->request(*) call
);

By setting http_errors to false, you will not receive any exceptions at all, but pure responses. For possible options, see http://docs.guzzlephp.org/en/latest/request-options.html.

Get a single contact:

$contact = $hubspot->contacts()->getByEmail("test@hubspot.com");

echo $contact->properties->email->value;

Paginate through all contacts:

// Get an array of 10 contacts
// getting only the firstname and lastname properties
// and set the offset to 123456
$response = $hubspot->contacts()->all([
    'count'     => 10,
    'property'  => ['firstname', 'lastname'],
    'vidOffset' => 123456,
]);

Working with the data is easy!

foreach ($response->contacts as $contact) {
    echo sprintf(
        "Contact name is %s %s." . PHP_EOL,
        $contact->properties->firstname->value,
        $contact->properties->lastname->value
    );
}

// Info for pagination
echo $response->{'has-more'};
echo $response->{'vid-offset'};

or if you prefer to use array access?

foreach ($response['contacts'] as $contact) {
    echo sprintf(
        "Contact name is %s %s." . PHP_EOL,
        $contact['properties']['firstname']['value'],
        $contact['properties']['lastname']['value']
    );
}

// Info for pagination
echo $response['has-more'];
echo $response['vid-offset'];

Now with response methods implementing PSR-7 ResponseInterface

$response->getStatusCode()   // 200;
$response->getReasonPhrase() // 'OK';
// etc...

Example Without Factory

<?php

require 'vendor/autoload.php';

use SevenShores\Hubspot\Http\Client;
use SevenShores\Hubspot\Resources\Contacts;

$client = new Client(['key' => 'demo']);

$contacts = new Contacts($client);

$response = $contacts->all();

foreach ($response->contacts as $contact) {
    //
}

Status

If you see something not planned, that you want, make an issue and there's a good chance I will add it.

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