gufy/whmcs

WHMCS API for Laravel 5

v2.1.0 2016-07-02 01:50 UTC

This package is auto-updated.

Last update: 2020-06-13 09:10:59 UTC


README

Important Notes

For Laravel 4, please refer to this notes. Click Here

Laravel 5 - Simple package for WHMCS external API.

Installation

Run this to install on your current project

$ composer require gufy/whmcs:~2

Or you can add this package to your composer.json file:

"require": {
	"gufy/whmcs": "~2"
}

Use composer to install this package.

$ composer update

Configuration

Registering the Package

register this service provider at the bottom of the $providers array: app.php

'Gufy\Whmcs\WhmcsServiceProvider'

Publish the configuration

When this command is executed, the configuration files for your application will be copied to app/config/packages/gufy/whmcs where they can be safely modified by the developer!

php artisan vendor:publish gufy/whmcs

Setting you API URL

go to config/whmcs.php and set the parameters

return array(

	'username'		=>	'api-username',
	'password'		=>	'api-password', // fill these if you want to use username password
	'auth_type'		=> 	'password', // password or api_key
	'url'			=>	'http://www.site.com/whmcs/includes/api.php', // API url
	'response'	=> 'object', // you can fill with either object or array
);

Usage

Basic usage

Logging a user to WHMCS

$username = 'client';	// Client Username
$password = 'password'; // Client Password

$login = Whmcs::execute('validatelogin', array(
	'email' => $username,
	'password2' => $password
));

// or

$login = Whmcs::validatelogin(array(
	'email' => $username,
	'password2' => $password
));

if($login->result == 'success') {
	echo 'User Logged In';
} elseif($login->result == 'error') {
	echo $login->message;
}

For reference on WHMCS API please follow http://docs.whmcs.com/API

Dynamic Configuration

If your site has multiple whmcs configuration, you sure will do override configuration like this

\Config::set('whmcs.url','http://whmcs.site.com/includes/api.php');
\Config::set('whmcs.password','your_password');
\Config::set('whmcs.username','your_username');