automattic/woocommerce

A PHP wrapper for the WooCommerce REST API

3.0.0 2019-01-16 20:28 UTC

README

A PHP wrapper for the WooCommerce REST API. Easily interact with the WooCommerce REST API securely using this library. If using a HTTPS connection this library uses BasicAuth, else it uses Oauth to provide a secure connection to WooCommerce.

build status Scrutinizer Code Quality PHP version

Installation

composer require automattic/woocommerce

Getting started

Generate API credentials (Consumer Key & Consumer Secret) following this instructions http://docs.woocommerce.com/document/woocommerce-rest-api/ .

Check out the WooCommerce API endpoints and data that can be manipulated in https://woocommerce.github.io/woocommerce-rest-api-docs/.

Setup

Setup for the new WP REST API integration (WooCommerce 2.6 or later):

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

use Automattic\WooCommerce\Client;

$woocommerce = new Client(
    'http://example.com', 
    'ck_XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX', 
    'cs_XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX',
    [
        'version' => 'wc/v3',
    ]
);

Client class

$woocommerce = new Client($url, $consumer_key, $consumer_secret, $options)

Options

Option Type Required Description
url string yes Your Store URL, example: http://woo.dev/
consumer_key string yes Your API consumer key
consumer_secret string yes Your API consumer secret
options array no Extra arguments (see client options table)

Client options

Option Type Required Description
version string no API version, default is wc/v3
timeout int no Request timeout, default is 15
verify_ssl bool no Verify SSL when connect, use this option as false when need to test with self-signed certificates, default is true
follow_redirects bool no Allow the API call to follow redirects
query_string_auth bool no Force Basic Authentication as query string when true and using under HTTPS, default is false
oauth_timestamp string no Custom oAuth timestamp, default is time()
user_agent string no Custom user-agent, default is WooCommerce API Client-PHP
wp_api_prefix string no Custom WP REST API URL prefix, used to support custom prefixes created with the rest_url_prefix filter
wp_api bool no Set to false in order to use the legacy WooCommerce REST API (deprecated and not recommended)

Client methods

GET

$woocommerce->get($endpoint, $parameters = [])

POST

$woocommerce->post($endpoint, $data)

PUT

$woocommerce->put($endpoint, $data)

DELETE

$woocommerce->delete($endpoint, $parameters = [])

OPTIONS

$woocommerce->options($endpoint)

Arguments

Params Type Description
endpoint string WooCommerce API endpoint, example: customers or order/12
data array Only for POST and PUT, data that will be converted to JSON
parameters array Only for GET and DELETE, request query string

Response

All methods will return arrays on success or throwing HttpClientException errors on failure.

use Automattic\WooCommerce\HttpClient\HttpClientException;

try {
    // Array of response results.
    $results = $woocommerce->get('customers');
    // Example: ['customers' => [[ 'id' => 8, 'created_at' => '2015-05-06T17:43:51Z', 'email' => ...
    echo '<pre><code>' . print_r( $results, true ) . '</code><pre>'; // JSON output.

    // Last request data.
    $lastRequest = $woocommerce->http->getRequest();
    echo '<pre><code>' . print_r( $lastRequest->getUrl(), true ) . '</code><pre>'; // Requested URL (string).
    echo '<pre><code>' . print_r( $lastRequest->getMethod(), true ) . '</code><pre>'; // Request method (string).
    echo '<pre><code>' . print_r( $lastRequest->getParameters(), true ) . '</code><pre>'; // Request parameters (array).
    echo '<pre><code>' . print_r( $lastRequest->getHeaders(), true ) . '</code><pre>'; // Request headers (array).
    echo '<pre><code>' . print_r( $lastRequest->getBody(), true ) . '</code><pre>'; // Request body (JSON).

    // Last response data.
    $lastResponse = $woocommerce->http->getResponse();
    echo '<pre><code>' . print_r( $lastResponse->getCode(), true ) . '</code><pre>'; // Response code (int).
    echo '<pre><code>' . print_r( $lastResponse->getHeaders(), true ) . '</code><pre>'; // Response headers (array).
    echo '<pre><code>' . print_r( $lastResponse->getBody(), true ) . '</code><pre>'; // Response body (JSON).

} catch (HttpClientException $e) {
    echo '<pre><code>' . print_r( $e->getMessage(), true ) . '</code><pre>'; // Error message.
    echo '<pre><code>' . print_r( $e->getRequest(), true ) . '</code><pre>'; // Last request data.
    echo '<pre><code>' . print_r( $e->getResponse(), true ) . '</code><pre>'; // Last response data.
}

Release History

  • 2019-01-16 - 3.0.0 - Legacy API turned off by default, and improved JSON error handler.
  • 2018-03-29 - 2.0.1 - Fixed fatal errors on lookForErrors.
  • 2018-01-12 - 2.0.0 - Responses changes from arrays to stdClass objects. Added follow_redirects option.
  • 2017-06-06 - 1.3.0 - Remove BOM before decoding and added support for multi-dimensional arrays for oAuth1.0a.
  • 2017-03-15 - 1.2.0 - Added user_agent option.
  • 2016-12-14 - 1.1.4 - Fixed WordPress 4.7 compatibility.
  • 2016-10-26 - 1.1.3 - Allow set oauth_timestamp and improved how is handled the response headers.
  • 2016-09-30 - 1.1.2 - Added wp_api_prefix option to allow custom WP REST API URL prefix.
  • 2016-05-10 - 1.1.1 - Fixed oAuth and error handler for WP REST API.
  • 2016-05-09 - 1.1.0 - Added support for WP REST API, added method Automattic\WooCommerce\Client::options and fixed multiple headers responses.
  • 2016-01-25 - 1.0.2 - Fixed an error when getting data containing non-latin characters.
  • 2016-01-21 - 1.0.1 - Sort all oAuth parameters before build request URLs.
  • 2016-01-11 - 1.0.0 - Stable release.