A PSR-7 PHP package for working with the Particle API
Open Issues: 2
- php: >=5.4.16
- psr/http-message: ^1.0
- psr/log: ^1.0
- phpunit/phpunit: 4.0.*
- guzzlehttp/guzzle: HTML client supporting PSR-7 messages
- guzzlehttp/psr7: PSR-7 message implementation
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Last update: 2023-02-23 00:16:59 UTC
PHP package for interacting with the Particle Cloud, and its cloud-connected devices (Photon, P0, P1, Electron)
Work in progress, but main tasks are:
- Create tests.
Remove old Spark code.
- Maybe remove the debug logging, given we have enough injected points to set debug.
- Full coverage of the API. Authentication as an application plus orgs are the main areas left.
composer.phar require academe/particle
Add dependencies for the demo:
composer.phar require guzzlehttp/guzzle
All the examples have been put into the
Please look into this class to see how the API works.
In summary, this package generates PSR-7 messages, which are sent using any suitable HTTP client.
At the moment there is no interpretation of the results - you need to get the results you need from the PSR-7 response, the format of which is documented in the Particle API documentation.
You can be run the examples like this:
use Academe\Particle\Example; $accessToken = 'your-account-access-token'; $deviceId = 'your-device-id'; $email = 'your-cloud-email-username'; $password = 'your-cloud-password'; // Instantiate the example class. $example = new Example($access_token, $device, $email, $password); // Flash the device with the Tinker application. $response = $example->flashTinker(); //$response = $example->setDeviceName(); //$response = $example->setDeviceName('christmas_turkey'); //$response = $example->listDevices(); //$response = $example->getDevice(); //$response = $example->getDevice('20033307343c03805403a138'); //$response = $example->newAccessToken(); //$response = $example->listTokens(); //$response = $example->deleteAccessToken('176a67f0d31647beac429252af8663a5040a945c'); //$response = $example->callFunction(); //$response = $example->listOranizations(); //$response = $example->removeMember('my_organization', 'firstname.lastname@example.org'); echo "Status=" . $response->getStatusCode() . "\n"; echo "Reason=" . $response->getReasonPhrase() . "\n"; echo "Detail=" . $response->getBody() . "\n";
Don't forget to install Guzzle (v6) to run these examples:
composer require guzzlehttp/guzzle
Most of the other examples in this class require the Tinker application to be installed as the first step.
TODO: this list is not complete. Some additional features are implemented, and the API has further new features that are not yet implemented.
- List Devices
- Get device info
- Rename/Set device name
- Call Particle Function on a device
- Grab the value of a Particle Variable from a device
- Remote (Over the Air) Firmware Uploads
- Device signaling (make it flash a rainbow of colors)
Access Token Management
- Generate a new access token
- List your access tokens
- Delete an access token
- List Webhooks
- Add Webhook
- Delete Webhook
- Use a local particle cloud
- Claim core or photon
- Remove core or photon
Not Yet Implemented Features
- OAuth Client Creation (/v1/clients)
- Advanced OAuth topics