apostle/apostle-php

Apostle PHP Client

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v0.1.5 2015-01-20 07:05 UTC

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PHP bindings for Apostle.io

Installation

With Composer

Add apostle/apostle-php to composer.json.

{
    "require": {
        "apostle/apostle-php": "v0.1.5"
    }
}

Without Composer

Download the latest release. Ensure src is in your autoload path. If you’re not using auto loading, require the following files:

  • Apostle.php
  • Apostle\Queue.php
  • Apostle\Mail.php
  • Aposlte\UninitializedException.php
Prerequisites

Domain Key

You will need to provide your apostle domain key to send emails.

Apostle::setup("your-domain-key");

Sending Email

Sending a single email is easy, the first param is your template's slug, and the second is an array of data.

use Apostle\Mail;

$mail = new Mail(
    "template-slug",
    array("email" => "mal@apostle.io", "name" => "Mal Curtis")
);

$mail->deliver();

You don‘t have to add the data at initialization time, feel free to add it after. You can add in any data your template needs too.

$mail = new Mail("template-slug");
$mail->email = "mal@apostle.io";
$mail->name = "Mal Curtis";
$mail->from = "support@apostle.io";
$mail->replyTo = "doreply@apostle.io";
$mail->website = "apostle.io"; // You can add any data your template needs

$mail->deliver();

Attachments can be added by supplying a filename and content as a string.

$mail = new Mail("template-slug");
$mail->addAttachment("test.txt", "Some test text");
$mail->deliver();

Failure

Pass a variable for failure information to the deliver method.

$mail = new Apostle\Mail("template-slug");

echo $mail->deliver($failure);
// false

echo $failure;
// No email provided

Sending Multiple Emails

To speed up processing, you can send more than one email at a time.

use Apostle\Mail;
use Apostle\Queue;

$queue = new Queue();

for($i=0;$i<5;$i++){
    $mail = new Mail("template-slug");
    $mail->email = "user" . $i . "@example.org";
    $queue->add($mail);
}

$queue->deliver();

Failures

If any Mail object fails validation then no emails will be sent. To retrieve failed objects, you can supply a variable to be populated.

use Apostle\Mail;
use Apostle\Queue;

$queue = new Queue();

$mail = new Mail("template-slug");
$queue->add($mail);


$mail = new Mail(null, ["email" => "user@example.org"]);
$queue->add($mail);


echo $queue->deliver($failures);
// false

echo count($failures);
// 2

echo $failures[0]->deliveryError();
// "No email provided"

echo $failures[1]->deliveryError();
// "No template provided"

Requirements

  • PHP 5.3+

Who

Created with ♥ by Mal Curtis (@snikchnz)

Contributing

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request