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PHP Library Intended to Interact with Thinq's API


composer require dutchie027/thinq


// require the composer library
require_once ('vendor/autoload.php');

//make the connction to the API for use
$api = new dutchie027\Thinq\API(THINQ_USER, THINQ_TOKEN);



The libarary assumes you have three defined variables:

define ('THINQ_USER', 'myUserName');
define ('THINQ_TOKEN', '867530986753098675309');
define ('THINQ_ACCOUNT_ID', '12345678');

in order to work properly. THINQ_USER and THINQ_TOKEN are fed to the API as parameters for login and header information. THINQ_ACCOUNT_ID is used in making URLs on the back end. These constants can be defined in your script or they can be imported or included in a constant file (preferred).

General Information

Class Listing

The library has the following classes:

Class Information


The main connection requires at minimum, a username and token.

Once you have a user and token, you can simply connect with it or you can add options

// Ensure we have the composer libraries
require_once ('vendor/autoload.php');

// Instantiate with defaults
$api = new dutchie027\Thinq\API(THINQ_USER, THINQ_TOKEN);

// Instantiate without defaults, this allows you to change things
// like log location, directory, the tag and possible future settings.
$settings = [
  'log_dir' => '/tmp',
  'log_name' => 'thinqi',
  'log_tag' => 'thinq-api',
  'log_level' => 'error'

$api = new dutchie027\Thinq\API(THINQ_USER, THINQ_TOKEN, $settings);


The default settings are fine, however you might want to override the defaults or use your own.NOTE: All settings are optional and you don't need to provide any.

Field Type Description Default Value
log_dir string The directory where the log file is stored sys_get_temp_dir()
log_name string The name of the log file that is created in log_dir. If you don't put .log at the end, it will append it 6 random characters + time() + .log
log_tag string If you share this log file with other applications, this is the tag used in the log file thinq
log_level string The level of logging the application will do. This must be either debug, info, notice, warning, critical or error. If it is not one of those values it will fail to the default warning


  • Bring in more of the function(s) from Thinq
  • Document the class(es) with proper doc blocks better
  • Clean up the code a bit more
  • Stuff I'm obviously missing...


If you're having problems, spot a bug, or have a feature suggestion, file an issue. If you want, feel free to fork the package and make a pull request. This is a work in progresss as I get more info and further test the API.