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A Laravel service provider for sending notifications to HipChat (v2 API) via Guzzle

1.0.1 2015-03-21 23:11 UTC

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A HipChat API wrapper for Laravel 5.x using Guzzle, which implements a simple room notification interface using the HipChat v2 API and is designed to be used with room authorization tokens.

By Simon Hampel.

This package provides a simple Laravel service provider and facade for our base HipChat notification API wrapper package hampel/hipchat-notify - please refer to the documentation about that package for instructions on how to use this API wrapper.


The recommended way of installing the HipChat Notify package is through Composer:

Require the package via Composer in your composer.json

    "require": {
        "hampel/hipchat-notify-laravel": "~1.0"

Run Composer to update the new requirement.

$ composer update

The package is built to work with the Laravel 5 Framework.

Open your Laravel config file app/config/app.php and add the service provider in the $providers array:

'providers' => array(




You may also optionally add an alias entry to the $aliases array in the same file for the HipChat facade:

"aliases" => array(


	'HipChat'			  => 'HipChat\Facades\HipChat',


Finally, to utilise the HipChat API, you must generate an auth token using the HipChat admin control panel and then specify that token and your room ID in your .env file:



Use Laravel's App facade to gain access to the service provider in your code:

use HipChat\Message;

$hipchat = App::make('hipchat');
$hipchat->send(Message::createText('my notification message'));

... or just use the Facade instead:

HipChat::send(Message::createText('my notification message'));

Refer to the usage examples and code in the HipChat Notifier repository for more details about how to use the library.