appsero/client

Appsero Client

v1.2.0 2020-09-10 09:10 UTC

This package is auto-updated.

Last update: 2020-10-10 09:28:15 UTC


README

Installation

You can install AppSero Client in two ways, via composer and manually.

1. Composer Installation

Add dependency in your project (theme/plugin):

composer require appsero/client

Now add autoload.php in your file if you haven't done already.

require __DIR__ . '/vendor/autoload.php';

2. Manual Installation

Clone the repository in your project.

cd /path/to/your/project/folder
git clone https://github.com/AppSero/client.git appsero

Now include the dependencies in your plugin/theme.

require __DIR__ . '/appsero/src/Client.php';

Insights

AppSero can be used in both themes and plugins.

The Appsero\Client class has three parameters:

$client = new Appsero\Client( $hash, $name, $file );
  • hash (string, required) - The unique identifier for a plugin or theme.
  • name (string, required) - The name of the plugin or theme.
  • file (string, required) - The main file path of the plugin. For theme, path to functions.php

Usage Example

Please refer to the installation step before start using the class.

You can obtain the hash for your plugin for the Appsero Dashboard. The 3rd parameter must have to be the main file of the plugin.

/**
 * Initialize the tracker
 *
 * @return void
 */
function appsero_init_tracker_appsero_test() {

    if ( ! class_exists( 'Appsero\Client' ) ) {
        require_once __DIR__ . '/appsero/src/Client.php';
    }

    $client = new Appsero\Client( 'a4a8da5b-b419-4656-98e9-4a42e9044891', 'Akismet', __FILE__ );

    // Active insights
    $client->insights()->init();

    // Active automatic updater
    $client->updater();

    // Active license page and checker
    $args = array(
        'type'       => 'options',
        'menu_title' => 'Akismet',
        'page_title' => 'Akismet License Settings',
        'menu_slug'  => 'akismet_settings',
    );
    $client->license()->add_settings_page( $args );
}

appsero_init_tracker_appsero_test();

Make sure you call this function directly, never use any action hook to call this function.

For plugins example code that needs to be used on your main plugin file. For themes example code that needs to be used on your themes functions.php file.

More Usage

$client = new Appsero\Client( 'a4a8da5b-b419-4656-98e9-4a42e9044892', 'Twenty Twelve', __FILE__ );

1. Hiding the notice

Sometimes you wouldn't want to show the notice, or want to customize the notice message. You can do that as well.

$client->insights()
       ->hide_notice()
       ->init();

2. Customizing the notice message

$client->insights()
       ->notice( 'My Custom Notice Message' )
       ->init();

3. Adding extra data

You can add extra metadata from your theme or plugin. In that case, the keys has to be whitelisted from the Appsero dashboard. add_extra method also support callback as parameter, If you need database call then callback is best for you.

$metadata = array(
    'key'     => 'value',
    'another' => 'another_value'
);
$client->insights()
       ->add_extra( $metadata )
       ->init();

Or if you want to run a query then pass callback, we will call the function when it is necessary.

$metadata = function () {
    $total_posts = wp_count_posts();

    return array(
        'total_posts' => $total_posts,
        'another'     => 'another_value'
    );
};
$client->insights()
       ->add_extra( $metadata )
       ->init();

4. Set textdomain

You may set your own textdomain to translate text.

$client->set_textdomain( 'your-project-textdomain' );

Check License Validity

Check your plugin/theme is using with valid license or not, First create a global variable of License object then use it anywhere in your code. If you are using it outside of same function make sure you global the variable before using the condition.

$client = new Appsero\Client( 'a4a8da5b-b419-4656-98e9-4a42e9044892', 'Twenty Twelve', __FILE__ );

$args = array(
    'type'        => 'submenu',
    'menu_title'  => 'Twenty Twelve License',
    'page_title'  => 'Twenty Twelve License Settings',
    'menu_slug'   => 'twenty_twelve_settings',
    'parent_slug' => 'themes.php',
);

global $twenty_twelve_license;
$twenty_twelve_license = $client->license();
$twenty_twelve_license->add_settings_page( $args );

if ( $twenty_twelve_license->is_valid()  ) {
    // Your special code here
}

Or check by pricing plan title

if ( $twenty_twelve_license->is_valid_by( 'title', 'Business' ) ) {
    // Your special code here
}

Use your own license form

You can easily manage license by creating a form using HTTP request. Call license_form_submit method from License object.

global $twenty_twelve_license; // License object
$twenty_twelve_license->license_form_submit([
    '_nonce'      => wp_create_nonce( 'Twenty Twelve' ), // create a nonce with name
    '_action'     => 'active', // active, deactive
    'license_key' => 'random-license-key', // no need to provide if you want to deactive
]);
if ( ! $twenty_twelve_license->error ) {
    // license activated
    $twenty_twelve_license->success; // Success message is here
} else {
    $twenty_twelve_license->error; // has error message here
}

Set Custom Deactivation Reasons

First set your deactivation reasons in Appsero dashboard then map them in your plugin/theme using filter hook.

  • id is the deactivation slug
  • text is the deactivation title
  • placeholder will show on textarea field
  • icon You can set SVG icon with 23x23 size
add_filter( 'appsero_custom_deactivation_reasons', function () {
    return [
        [
            'id'          => 'looks-buggy',
            'text'        => 'Looks buggy',
            'placeholder' => 'Can you please tell which feature looks buggy?',
            'icon'        => '',
        ],
        [
            'id'          => 'bad-ui',
            'text'        => 'Bad UI',
            'placeholder' => 'Could you tell us a bit more?',
            'icon'        => '',
        ],
    ];
} );

Credits

Created and maintained by Appsero.