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How to integrate Microsoft Graph API into Symfony?
2 projects | /r/PHPhelp | 26 Mar 2023
but if you'd rather make raw requests, guzzle is a good option (though I'd opt for the sdk): https://github.com/guzzle/guzzle
How do you test your code ?
9 projects | /r/PHP | 5 May 2022
API Client Design Across Languages - Part 2 - Making Requests
9 projects | dev.to | 29 Mar 2022
Like Node.js, the PHP ecosystem has quite a number of good HTTP request libraries. Guzzle is perhaps one of the most well known, but there are many other popular libraries out there. Luckily, PHP also has some interface standards around HTTP clients and messages, particularly PSR-7, PSR-17, and PSR-18,
Composer conflict, how can we use it?
5 projects | dev.to | 19 Nov 2021
We found the related issue on the Guzzle GitHub repository and we noticed a fix had been released with version 6.3 of this library. Hurray, we can bump Guzzle version to 6.3 and overcome the problem! But looking at BehatPageObjectExtension’s composer.json we’ve soon realized that Guzzle isn’t a direct dependency managed by us. “It’s not a big deal” I thought as Guzzle was required by Goutte and we require Goutte through its Mink driver,so I expected to find some tagged version of Goutte and the Mink Driver with this requirements bump. Sadly I found it wasn’t the case as Guzzle is required in Goutte with ^6.0 (so, basically every version between 6 and 7) and this includes the versions with the warning described above. Therefore in our case the warning was displayed as a “side effect” of deps=low that requires indirectly Guzzle 6.0 as is the lowest dependency accepted.
10+The Best PHP Projects GitHub 2022
25 projects | dev.to | 8 Nov 2021
Guzzle is a simple HTTP client for PHP projects. It is meant to facilitate sending HTTP requests in quick time. Besides, it also has a simple interface from where you can build query strings, send POST requests, upload JSON data and other similar services. Moreover, you can also send both synchronous and asynchronous requests via Guzzle.
What are your thoughts on HTTP clients? Toying around with a "new" (different) approach
5 projects | /r/PHP | 17 Jul 2021
I am curious how everyone feels about HTTP client packages in the PHP space, specifically packages like Guzzle, PHP HTTP, or HTTPful, etc.
Hey Rustaceans! Got an easy question? Ask here (25/2021)!
7 projects | /r/rust | 21 Jun 2021
In PHP I use guzzle as the HTTP client. I use it to: get a login page -> get a captcha image -> proccess the captcha image -> then post the login form data. The PHP code likes:
What are some alternatives?
Requests - Requests for PHP is a humble HTTP request library. It simplifies how you interact with other sites and takes away all your worries.
HTTPFul - A Chainable, REST Friendly, PHP HTTP Client. A sane alternative to cURL.
Buzz - PHP's lightweight HTTP client
HTTPlug - HTTPlug, the HTTP client abstraction for PHP
Retrofit - Retrofit implementation in PHP. A REST client for PHP.
Goutte - Goutte, a simple PHP Web Scraper
guzzler - Supercharge your app or SDK with a testing library specifically for Guzzle